Norman Avenue, Abingdon
5 bedroom Detached House for sale: Norman Avenue, Abingdon
- An Established Family Home Sitting On A Plot Approaching 0.4 Of An Acre
- 2400sqft Of Well Thought Out, Family Orientated Accommodation
- Extensive Gardens With Well Stocked Borders And A Range of Established Plants And Trees
- Two Storey Extension Added in 1986, Planning Ref P86/V0759
- Double Length Garage With Front And Rear Access
- Master Bedroom With En Suite Shower Room
- Potential To Improve/Modernise
- Nearby Private Schools - Abingdon school, Our Ladies Academy And St Helen And St Katherines.
- Updated Electrical Installation And Gas Central Heating
- EPC Rating To Follow
A handsome detached residence with impressive family orientated accommodation of approximately 2400sqft, standing in substantial private gardens on a sought-after tree lined road 0.6m from Abingdon town centre.
Further DetailA handsome detached residence with impressive family orientated accommodation of approximately 2400sqft, standing in private gardens on a tree lined road 0.6m from Abingdon town centre. Built in 1952, the property is well laid out and benefits from a 31ft formal double-aspect sitting room, in addition to a well-proportioned dining room,kitchen/breakfast room, study and a welcoming hallway. The first floor has five good size bedrooms including a master bedroom with an en suite shower room. The house occupies an enviable position on this sought-after road and benefits from substantial, well-established gardens at the front and rear. The property has been well kept over the years and is offered for sale in immaculate condition with no onward chain
Ground floor - entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility room, WC. First floor - landing, access to an extensive loft space, five bedrooms including a master bedroom with an en suite shower room. Primary family bathroom.
The property lies in this tree lined avenue, one of the prime roads in Abingdon, one of England's oldest market towns. The town features architecture dating from 1100 and includes many historic buildings, with the heart of the town dominated by the County Hall. By the mid 17th century, the main industries of the town included malting and brewing, along with several trades associated with clothing and textiles. The town is also where MG sports cars were manufactured until 1980, when production ceased after 50 years. Today, it is a thriving market town with a Monday market that has existed since 1556, and a well supported monthly farmers market. The River Thames provides a delightful setting for Abingdon with its meadows, lock and riverside walks. It lies approximately 8 miles to the south of Oxford city centre and approximately 8 miles from Didcot Parkway mainline station, with a regular service to London Paddington in approximately 45 minutes. There is also good access to an excellent choice of schools, in both Oxford and Abingdon.
Tel: 01235 520079