A spacious, second floor, two bedroom, two bathroom apartment overlooking Walton Manor and Oxford canal, located in the Eagle Works development.
The apartment has a dual aspect, open-plan living/dining room and kitchen with access to a private balcony overlooking Walton Manor. The kitchen is fitted with appliances such as integrated fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, and an ensuite bathroom with a bath and separate shower. There is a good size second double bedroom, also with fitted wardrobes. Finally the family bathroom is fitted with a shower over the bath, and the apartment also has a utility cupboard which houses the washer/dryer.
The apartment has underfloor heating throughout and the rent includes 1 underground allocated car parking space.
The apartment is available furnished, from mid December, for £1,950.00 pcm.
For further details please contact Victoria Beecroft. Please note that we cannot carry out physical viewings in the apartment at the moment.
*Photos are of a similar apartment within the same building*
About the area
Jericho is a located just outside the Oxford City Centre and is full of charming narrow streets, local shops and canal walks linking you to the North and East of Oxford.
There is a great range of local shops and facilities, including an independent cinema and a variety of bars and restaurants.
Many of the Oxford University colleges are found in and around Jericho, including Ex
eter college, Somerville college and the Mathematical institute to name a few.
The area has local landmarks which include Oxford University Press, Ra
dcliffe Observatory and Port Meadow.
There are various primary schools located in the Jericho area; check with a school catchment finder to check your catchment area.
Jericho has excellent public transport links via bus and train. The main stations are only a short walk away and offer links to all major UK cities.
The below video is a slice of life in Jericho, Oxford, in 2019. It was inspired by Open Door Jericho, a programme made in 1974 for the BBC community access programme Open Door.