A larger than average one bedroom flat situated on one of Oxford`s most desirable side roads in Central North Oxford. The property offers convenient access to the amenities of Jericho and Summertown, the train station and the ring road (A40). Available 6th June 2019
An exquisitely finished one bedroom flat within a charming period property. The accommodation comprises; large sitting room with bay window and period fireplace, recently updated open plan kitchen/dining room, bathroom with separate bath and shower plus a useful basement for storage. To the exterior there is a well-maintained garden. Permit parking is available.
Polstead Road is situated in Central North Oxford providing good access to all the day to day shopping facilities of Walton Street and Summertown including bars, restaurants and a cinema, with the more comprehensive amenities of Oxford City Centre and university departments are only a short distance away.
Please note, tenants are required to contribute to payment for the services of a cleaner/gardener for the duration of their tenancy (for further details please enquire).
The property is presented furnished.
From the Central North Oxford Office of James C. Penny Estate Agents proceed north on Walton street, at the mini roundabout continue onto Kingston road. Polstead Road is located at the end of Kingston road, just before the Anchor Public House, the property will be found on the right hand side.
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