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Mill Street, Oxford, OX2

Asking price £540,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 reception

Three bedroom period property less than 400m from rail station

We're pleased to present a rare opportunity to acquire this lovely period property in a sought-after location less than 400m from the rail station. This three bedroom mid-terrace retains a number of period features, including fireplaces in the bedrooms and original cornices.
The entrance hallway gives access to a front sitting room, dining room with patio doors opening on to the rear garden, and through to the kitchen and a downstairs bathroom.
Upstairs are one single and two double bedrooms, each of which retain cast iron fireplaces.
Outside there is gravelled area to the front of the house, providing convenient storage space for bicycles and household utilities. To the rear of the property the east-facing garden extends to approximately 25m. Currently laid partly to lawn, it provides ample space for a variety of activities.

Located less than 400 m from the railway station and offering easy access to the city centre, the house is a fantastic investment opportunity, having been successfully let for a number of years. However, subject to the usual planning consents, this property now offers the potential to refurbish and extend to create a stunning family home.

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