Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom
A Cotswold stone cottage, built in 1849, in the heart of Iffley Village, itself within the city of Oxford. The village has a 12th century church, and delightful surroundings. Iffley lock over the Thames is two minutes from the cottage, with the tow path offering a charming riverside walk, or 15 minute cycle ride, into the centre of Oxford, and access to the nature reserve's flowering meadows. The University and its medical institutions are readily accessible (John Radcliffe, Churchill, Nuffield, Warneford), and there is a regular bus route into Oxford a few minutes walk away. The house comprises, downstairs, a large kitchen/dining room, a comfortable sitting room, a sizeable study, and a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there is a double bedroom (with desk), and single bedroom/study, and a bathroom. There is a good sized mature garden. The house has its own garage. The village has a general store, pub and two hotels with restaurants.
Comments: Iffley, Oxford
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