Our Hottest Properties Of The Month
We may be seeing the hottest June since the summer of ‘76 but the interest in some of our most popular properties in North Abingdon is hotting up too, if our website is anything to go by!
We would have thought looking for a new home would have been low on people’s priorities now that summer’s here, but if you’re after a bigger garden to sun yourself in, here are five Simpsons properties that are attracting the most attention in June.
£1.1 Million: Detached Edwardian House in Norman Avenue, Abingdon
If you want to spend summer outdoors with your family, here’s a beautiful, traditional property in North Abingdon that comes with lots of garden in a quiet location.
With five bedrooms, this period home comes with plenty of indoor space too, and offers an opportunity to modernise and extend if you need more.
At the end of a private lane, this property offers quiet seclusion for enjoying its extensive garden but it’s less than a mile from the bustling town centre and has excellent access to road and rail links.
And all this for a price that keeps you below the higher level stamp duty.
If you want to spend your summer in the garden instead of renovating your new home, here’s one for you.
This large detached home built in the 1990s is generously proportioned so it should provide all the space you need and the current owners have even upgraded and improved it for you, with a modern kitchen, bathroom and replacement uPVC windows.
It’s ideally located within two good primary school catchment areas and local facilities are only a walk away. Abingdon’s bustling town centre is also convenient. Enjoy the afternoon sun in your west facing garden.
- Under £400K: End Terrace in Swinburne Road, Abingdon
Take your breakfast in the conservatory of this period cottage bursting with character which sits just a short walk from the centre of Abingdon.
It’s well-proportioned and deceptively spacious, with three double bedrooms and a good use of space. The house boasts a refitted bathroom and a well presented kitchen leading on to the conservatory and a wellkept, west-facing garden.
- Under £300K: Terraced House in Stockey End, Abingdon
Not only does our next property front onto a child-friendly green but it has its own south facing garden. This nicely presented family home is a modern, three-bedroom terrace offering lots of room for the kids in a development boasting many of its own amenities as well as being close to the centre of town.
There is a garage and driveway parking directly to the rear, well-proportioned bedrooms and a separate dining space.
- Under £200K: Apartment in Bourlon Wood, Abingdon
And for a change, here’s a one-bedroom apartment in a modern building that’s right at the lower end of the stamp duty scale. Conveniently situated for the vibrant town centre and in a desirable area, it’s ripe for some modernisation and offers a great opportunity to add value for anyone starting off on their property journey.
The apartment also offers good access to major road links and its own allocated parking in a quiet cul-desac.
Why choose Simpsons Estate Agents?
Simpsons are the one of the only independent one office estate agents in Abingdon, so not only are we ideally placed to help you find the right property (in the right place to suit your lifestyle!). We also go above and beyond to ensure every customer has a great experience. We also help our clients with their mortgages in association with FirstXtra, to ensure when putting in an offer you are in the best possible position.
So, if you’re not put off by the temperature and you’re thinking of moving into highly desirable north side of Abingdon, let us know which of these properties you like the best or what else you’d like to see.