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- £300,000 4 bed house Beckford Road
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Sunshine tends to cheer most of us up, but Tim Nicholson now finds himself especially excited by good weather.
A no-through road in Summertown has been dubbed Oxford’s most expensive place to live.
Tradition blends with style in a character property set in almost an acre of gardens. Poundcroft House in East Hanney, near Wantage, has been refurbished to add a contemporary twist but still has many original features such as exposed beams and open fireplaces. The three-storey, white-washed house includes a kitchen/breakfast room and family room with a feature fireplace and French doors to the garden. There is also a sitting room with windows on three sides and a fireplace, a dining room with a window seat and three bathrooms. The house has five bedrooms, two of which are on the top floor and have exposed beams. Other highlights include a range cooker, wooden floors and a double garage. The grounds include lawns, a gravel driveway with timber gates at the entrance and a garden store. Sarah Williams, of agents John D Wood, said: “This is a substantial period house on the edge of a popular South Oxfordshire village. “It measures approximately 4,000sq ft and has been modernised to a very good standard to provide excellent and flexible accommodation over three floors.”
Trippy, surreal and innovative, Lewis Carroll’s world offers escapism in spades.
Adrienne Curzon has been integrating cut-flower gardens into clients’ designs for many years. This is an area of a garden designated purely for the purpose of growing flowers to cut and display.