The General Eliott, 37 Manor Rd, South Hinksey, Oxford, OX1 5AS
The property is a three storey detached building of Cotswold stone construction, with the second storey being in the roof slopes which is clay tiled with dormer windows. There is a single storey extension with a flat roof. There is also a detached annexe which is currently staff accommodation, of similar construction to the main.
The General Eliot is located in South Hinksey, a picturesque village immediately to the south of the city of Oxford and close to A34 Oxford southern bypass and the River Thames. It is situated in a good location attracting custom from Oxford and the surrounding areas.The property has the benefit of being linked to the city centre by the Devil's Backbone', which is a historic raised causeway.
Freehold or a new long term lease.
Planning permission for 5 additional rooms
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