This property in Oxford will be a perfect match for those looking for a pleasant city stay in one of the UK's most beloved areas.
Spacious enough to host a group of friends or a family, this colorful, architect-designed, three-story townhouse accommodates up to 8 guests with comfort and convenience.
The location is right in the center of Jericho with its range of restaurants, cafes, and shops is perfect for enjoying the surroundings and exploring the region's attractions!
Thirty-three House has four bedrooms, two luxurious bathrooms, a well-equipped kitchen with high-quality appliances, and a landscaped garden with a study space that can be used year-round.
There is unlimited high-speed internet, which also becomes an option for those working online who wish to enjoy the quality of life and beauty of the country's royalty!
Features also include a multi-room SONOS audio system and HD TVs in the Kitchen, Master Bedroom, and Living Room. Lots of original artwork can be enjoyed on the walls, and there is a garage on a nearby street for one car.
Private Residence with 3 levels
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1300 square feet, 121 square meters
King, Full, 2x Twin, and 2x Twin
8 guests maximum
Oxford Airport / Heathrow Airport
20 minutes drive / 1 hour drive
100ft city garden University of Oxford Radcliffe Observatory
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
Activities of Interest
- Punt hire - The traditional way to explore Oxford!
- Clay pidgeon shooting - If you're feeling particularly bucolic, why not have a go at one of the UK's most popular country sports!
- Visit the Bodleian Libraries - First opened to scholars in 1602, it incorporates an earlier library built by the University in the 15th century to house books donated by Humfrey, Duke of Gloucester.
Places of Interest
- Oxford - Explore the birthplace of Alice in Wonderland and enjoy the city's wonderful sights as well as the famous University.
- The Oxfordshire Museum - Here you'll find lots of interesting displays on Oxfordshire history going back to the Roman and Anglo-Saxon periods, as well as dinosaur related finds.
- Broughton Castle - Built in 1300 and then later added to in 1550, the Castle had strong links with the Parliamentary side in the English Civil War (1642-51).
- Cotswolds Wildlife Park - A great family day out, a zoo in the grounds of a stately home with wonderful playground