- Character period town house located within level walking distance of the town centre
- Two elegant reception rooms and a large kitchen/dining room with island
- Four double bedrooms including a large master suite with shower room
- Secluded private gardens beautifully landscaped
- Unusual advantage of a garage and extensive off street parking
Formally the Four Horseshoes Public House, 51 Park Street is an elegant double bay fronted town house constructed from attractive stock brick elevations under a slate tiled roof that in more recent years has been renovated and updated to now provide bright and airy accommodation set out over two floors.
On entering the property an elegant L-shaped entrance hall with double doors leading to the rear garden provides access to all principle rooms which includes two spacious receptions to the front aspect both featuring large double glazed bay windows, exposed beams and an attractive fireplace with period cast iron grate in the family room. To the rear of the property is an almost 16’ square kitchen/dining room fitted with a range of Shaker style base and wall units with central island and oak worktops. The kitchen includes a double oven, hob and extractor hood and is served by a large utility/boot room with toilet. First floor accommodation does not disappoint with no less than four double bedrooms. The master bedroom includes a range of built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room whilst the remaining rooms are served by a large family bathroom complete with separate shower cubicle. Externally and of particular note are the gardens. Leading off the hall and the kitchen this hidden gem of a garden has been beautifully landscaped with a large terrace, pergola with mature vine providing a shady spot to eat alfresco and a wide verity of plants and scrubs. The gardens are extremely secluded with a high wall and close boarded fence. Pedestrian access at the foot of the garden leads to a single garage with power and off street parking for up-to three cars rarely found with such a central town house. An internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this beautiful period house and gardens, all within a picturesque market town within close proximity of Oxford & London.