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Halliday Lane

Halliday Lane, Oxford, OX2 0FG

Completed autumn 2019

Description

This newly constructed development just off North Hinksey Lane, is a stylish addition to this desirable area. The development lies in the former grounds of the grade II listed Old manor House, a 16th centry farmhouse and home of the Halliday family since the 1930s. Miss Patricia Halliday ran a highly popular riding school from the grounds for close to seventy years and Halliday Lane is named in her memory. Its five detached houses and five apartments are set in good size gardens with plenty of space for parking; four of the five houses have a private garage or space in a timber frame open garage.

Kitchens are by Mackintosh (houses) or Nicholls (apartments) and feature a fullpackage of integrated Bosch appliances. The contemporary bathrooms and ensuites have stylish Laufen (houses) or Vitra (apartments) and Hansgrohe fittings. All properties are back by a ten-year Premier structural warranty

 

Location

About the area

North Hinksey village has a characterful gastropub called The Fishes, and is close to the city centre and the Botley shopping centre which is currently undergoing development. The city centre can be reached in under 15mins by public transport.

North Hinksey has excellent transport links with buses running along the Botley Road direct to Oxford station, from where connections to Paddington take just under one hour and to Bristol in around 90 minutes. Oxfrod Parkway station is just over 5 miles away via the ring road, also serving Marylebone in under an hour. Milton Park and several of Oxfordshire’s science parks are easy to get to.

Local catchment areas are North Hinksey CofE primary school and Matthew Arnold secondary school, both well regarded locally. Oxford is renowned for its independent schools, of which there are many in the city centre and North Oxford.