Beautiful red brick Edwardian family house in North Oxford

Beautiful red brick Edwardian family house in North Oxford

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Totally refurbished in 2010 inside and out, our traditional red brick North Oxford house sits in its own garden. With wooden floors and Farrow and Ball colours throughout, our large open plan kitchen opens into a sitting area and dining room and is at the heart of the house, with a big Smeg oven for cooks and a double sided fireplace in the centre. Light, bright, so quiet you hear the birds at night, yet you are five minutes walk to the University parks and fifteen to the centre of town.

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More about us

  1. We're a couple with five children between us, ranging in age from 7 to 17. We have one (relatively) well behaved dog.

  2. Tom is a landscape architect and Mary is a writer

  3. Our home reflects our love of uncluttered and elegant lines, a mix of contemporary furniture with the odd antique.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Gees, The Old Parsonage, Quod
Cool bars
The Rose and Crown pub, North Parade
Cozy cafés
News Cafe; cafes in the covered market; the Jericho Cafe in Walton Street for a great Full English breakfast.
Retail therapy
Vanilla in Summertown
Bit of culture
Ashmolean Museum; the Natural History Museum, or try whatever's on at the Oxford Playhouse
Walks in the park
Oxford University Parks or Port Meadow
Spot of exercise
Tennis at the North Oxford Lawn Tennis Club; yoga classes at the Ferry Leisure centre
Day tripping
Daylesford Organic in Kingham is a must for foodies; Cotswold Wildlife Park for the kids.

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