Guide Price 650,000 - 700,000 A spacious 4 bedroom detached family house situated in a small cul-de-sac amongst other detached properties within walking distance of the main shops. The property offers flexible accommodation including 3 reception rooms wit
A 4 bedroom detached house situated in one of Kidlington's sought-after areas within walking distance of the main shops and bus stops. The property benefits from 3 reception rooms, a large kitchen/breakfast room, double glazed conservatory, refitted famil
This property on the edge of Old Kidlington has been completely transformed by the current owner and is a stunning four bedroom Grade II Listed farmhouse with a balance of character features including exposed timbers, stonework and vaulted ceilings as wel
An extremely well-presented 3/4 bedroom detached house situated in one of Kidlington's most sought-after 'No-Through' road. The property has been sympathetically extended to provide a lovely bright kitchen/breakfast room and dining area leading onto an en
Situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Tackley - a principal period home, a two bedroom/two bathroom detached cottage and a further one bedroom detached property. The cottages provide the current owner with an income through holiday .
A handsome and substantial detached family home in an exceptional Kidlington location. The property has been thoughtfully and substantially extended to create generous accommodation over two floors. On the ground floor there is a generous and light .
A rare opportunity to acquire a block of apartments comprising 3 well appointed 2 bedroom units and 4 garages. The development is being sold as an on-going investment with tenants in situ and is achieving a combined rental income of 34,740per annum. .
Description Situated in a generous plot of about a third of an acre and benefiting from a delightful, part-walled, mature, west facing garden, Manor Farm House has a wealth of character features including Inglenook fireplaces and lovely mellow beams. .
Description Originally an Inn run by Monks, and subsequently 'The Dog Inn' Public House, this fine property is thought to have c.16th century origins but mainly dates from the late 17th century. Grade II listed, the property has a wealth of character .