This spacious townhouse is split over four floors. Decor is a contemporary style with a personal twist. There’s a fascinating mix of handpicked furniture and art curated by the owners, an Oxford philosopher and an international journalist.
On the ground floor is the stylish, open-plan, lounge/dining room which features sofas and chairs, a cosy wood-burning stove and a dining table and chairs for meals all together. You won’t be short of entertainment as there’s a Smart TV with access to Netflix and Amazon, a Bluetooth speaker and games including backgammon which is best played on the stunning hand-made board table.
The living area joins the modern kitchen which is well equipped with everything you could need for carefree self-catering including a gas double oven, gas hob, fridge, freezer, coffee machine, dishwasher and washing machine.
From the kitchen, there is access to a secluded courtyard with a fern garden that is set up with a table and chairs so that you can enjoy drinks alfresco, or meals created on the gas BBQ.
On the lower ground floor, which was the pub’s beer cellar, there is a small study under a vaulted brick ceiling, plus a comfy second sitting room which doubles as an additional bedroom with two foldaway single beds and a small double sofa bed.
On the first floor, there’s the master bedroom that has a super-king-size bed, a sitting area and an en-suite with a bath and a shower over.
The second floor attic suite has a double bed and a single foldaway bed in the adjoining sitting room. The en-suite shower room is downstairs on the first floor. (The tumble dryer is in the cupboard in the shower room.)