A substantial detached property believed to be Georgian in origin, with Victorian and Edwardian additions. This imposing property with extensive accommodation enjoys gardens which extend to approximately 1 acre.
Beverley House is a substantial detached property, Georgian in origin with later Victorian and Edwardian additions. Now in need of some renovation works the house has the potential to be transformed into a beautiful home. It benefits from many retained original period features including ornate fireplaces, sash windows and deep skirting. The accommodation is extensive and laid out over three floors with an additional basement level offering a remarkable amount of storage capacity. The ground floor comprises an impressive entrance hall, elegant living room, dining room, charming drawing room, kitchen, large utility room and separate laundry room. A further reception room, large storeroom and two cloakrooms complete the ground floor accommodation. There are two stair cases giving access to the first floor which comprises an impressive master suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, five double bedrooms, a family bathroom and additional shower room. On the second floor there are a further three double bedrooms and a storage room.
The house is set back from the road and accessed via a shared gravel drive leading to a private driveway and parking area to the front of the property. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and extends from the house on all sides; it is approximately 1 acre in total. To the rear is a pretty private enclosed area and adjacent, a currently disused fenced off swimming pool area, there are a number of brick built outbuildings attached to the house at the rear with potential to renovate.
Beverley House is located approximately 8 miles south-west of the centre of Oxford.
Communications are good with easy access to the M40 and M4 motorways to London, the South West and North. Didcot mainline railway station is about 9 miles distant with a regular service to London Paddington in about 40 minutes.
The house lies 3.5 miles from the historic town of Abingdon-on Thames with its refurbished pedestrian shopping centre, library, market and other facilities including a number of pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Close by there are frequent, fast bus services to Oxford and special bus services for a number of the nearby private schools, which include St Hugh’s, Abingdon Prep, The Manor, Chandlings, Abingdon School, St Helen and St Katherine, The European School, Radley and the Oxford Schools including The Dragon, Oxford High School, Magdalen College School and St Edwards.