Mount House was designed by architect Frank Mountain and built in 1912. His architectural flair is evident in Mount House, the design of which incorporates distinctive battered stone buttresses combined with roughcast and hard-timbering. A superb apartment on the second floor of a newly completed renovation of a Edwardian house in Central North Oxford. The one bedroom apartment has a vaulted ceiling in the main living area giving exceptional light and sense of space.
Northmoor Road nestles in the heart of Summertown Conservation Area, which lies between the City Centre, the Oxford Canal, the River Cherwell and Belbroughton Road.
The historic area was acquired by St John's College in the 16th Century and developed mainly in the Victorian and Edwardian eras, with many of Oxfordshire's finest houses located there.
For commuters, Oxford's two stations are both close, offering services to London in approximately an hour.
1.2 miles to Oxford
2.4 miles to Oxford Parkway
0.5 miles to Shops (Stop A)