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Valley Road, Horspath, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX33
Under offer

2 beds | 2 baths | 1 reception | £140,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • Double Unit
  • Driveway and Visitor Parking
  • Over 50s Site
  • Low Maintenance Gardens
  • Popular Village Near Oxford Centre
  • Liquid petroleum gas central heating
  • 19' Lounge/ Dining Room
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Two Bedrooms
  • En-suite Shower Room, and Seperate Wet Room

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A chain free two bed twin unit, ready for its next adventure, situated in this quiet, semi-retirement park just 5 miles east of Oxford. Features of the property include a fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, wet room and separate shower room, LPG gas radiator central heating, low maintenance gardens with storage shed and car parking space to front.

SITUATION

Horspath is a popular village on the edge of Oxford, with walks straight into Shotover Country Park as well as further afield, it has a range of its own local amenities whilst being striking distance of all the major services, shops and medical facilities available at Oxford itself.

Horspath Park is a well-established Residential park for persons (50+), with Doctors, Post Office, and local shops within a short walk. Children are not allowed to live permanently on the park. Pets are considered at Horspath Park (one dog or one cat).

DESCRIPTION

A large two Bedroom Park Home on the popular Horspath Park, Horspath benefits from an edge of park location with fields beyond and then downhill to Oxford.

There is an open plan, dual aspect lounge/diner, a kitchen fitted with a range of modern units. There is a double bedroom with two wardrobes, dressing table, and an en-suite, a large second bedroom, as well as a wet room with shower, wc and wash basin.

The property is a Park Home and therefore to be sold under Park Home Agreement. There is a monthly site pitch fee payable which is reviewed annually. Ownership of a Park Home involves a 10% commission fee being payable to the Site Owners when the park homeowners come to sell the property. Church Robinson hold a copy of the Park Home Agreement between the current owner and Berkeley Leisure Group, which would be transferred to a new owner on completion of the sale transaction.


OUTSIDE

Outside the property there is off street parking to the front - as well as there being visitor parking spaces at the top of the park. There are side and rear gardens with a storage shed. The rear is shielded, and beyond there are open fields rolling down to Cowley in Oxford.

SERVICES & MATERIAL INFORMATION

Electricity, mains water, drainage.

Council tax band A
Lease-There is no end date to the length of lease for the Park at Horspath. The Mobile Homes Act offers the homeowners security and tenure.
EPC Rating: Not Applicable as Park Home
Pitch Fee £162.87 per month
Pitch Fee Review date 1st January annually

Council Tax A fee submitted to your local authority to cover expenses related to local amenities such as schools, libraries, and waste management. The payment amount is determined based on the property's value. Read our glossary page

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