1c Norham Gardens is situated in one of Oxford's most desirable locations, a beautiful four bedroom period townhouse backing onto University Parks just minutes from St Giles and central Oxford.
Norham Gardens originates from the name 'north meadow' first recorded in 1225. St John's College purchased the land in 1573 from Richard Owen, physician to Henry VIII.
The first houses were built in 1833, the majority designed by William Wilkinson.
1 Norham Gardens the first building in the road was recently split into four separate dwellings, creating substantial townhouses in this unique location.
The entrance is by an upper ground floor hallway, there is an impressive central open staircase running throughout the building, this leads to the main reception room with a south facing bay window and fireplace.
The lower ground floor contains the kitchen dining room with doors to the patio garden and a separate snug, utility and cloakroom.
The top two floors contain four bedrooms, one with an en suite shower and two further bath/shower rooms.
To the rear of the house the patio has steps to the raised mature garden with well stocked beds.
There is allocated parking to the side of the property.
A rare opportunity to acquire a home in one of Oxfords most sought after locations with a south facing garden and easy access to all of Oxfords amenities.