The home was once one of Jericho’s many pubs under the name the ‘New Inn’ but it was converted years ago to become a nine-bedroomed family home with a cottage attached.
Eighteen years ago, Nelson House as it is now renamed, was bought by the present owner whose family at that time had seven children.
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It has now gone up on the market and has been listed for £2.75m.
The 3775 square foot of living space at the property is in the centre of Jericho, a neighbourhood near Oxford city centre which was formerly enclaved to tradesmen’s terraced cottages.
There are two separate properties that make up Nelson House, and there are technically three if you include the converted studio.
The main house has two reception rooms, a kitchen and an extended kitchen dining family room on the ground floor.
Now to the first floor where you will find four bedrooms including a complete bedroom suite with a private outdoor terrace, a family bathroom and a useful laundry room.
Upwards to the second floor where there are three interconnecting bedrooms with a shared communal room and a roof terrace.
The house itself retains some period features including the stone-flagged floor in the entrance hall, Georgian-style wooden sash windows and original fireplaces.
Now to the second property included in the grounds, the Coach House.
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Whilst referred to as a ‘Coach House’ it is a detached self-contained cottage with its own separate entrance, hallway, sitting room, kitchen dining room on the ground floor.
It has three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor and has its own separate courtyard garden.
With 824 square feet of living space, it is larger than many of the houses in Jericho meaning it could be perfect to be used as separate guest accommodation or perhaps listed on Airbnb.
Lastly, there is a separate ground-floor studio flat converted from what used to be the garage.
Outside on the grounds is a very private courtyard garden which estate agents say has “real potential” to be turned into a real feature of the property.
A spokesperson for eXp UK, who are listing the budling, said: “Welcome to Nelson House. When estate agents use the ‘unusual’ ‘unique’ and ‘interesting’ adjectives to describe a property, the reality rarely lives up to the description.
“However, this property deserves all of these and possibly one or two others such is the way it has evolved over time!”