A large 4/5 bedroom house located on Southmoor road in Jericho.
The house has a large open plan living/dining room with steps leading down to the kitchen which is has integrated appliances, including a dishwasher. There are patio doors from the kitchen leading out to the rear garden which backs out onto the canal, and is maintained by Lucy Properties. There is a separate utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer and a downstairs WC. On the first floor is the master bedroom which has fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room, second bedroom also with fitted wardrobes and the family bathroom. On the second floor there are 2 further double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes, and a separate shower room. There is also an office/ 5th double bedroom located in the basement of the house.
The property is available part furnished / unfurnished from mid December for £3,225.00pcm and is only available for a professional couple or family.
The property is tenanted and so we will not be conducting viewings at the house but can send a video upon request. For further details or to arrange a viewing, please contact Victoria Beecroft.
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.