A very attractive semi-detached cottage period cottage thought to date back to the 1800s. The property which has been updated and extensively extended in 2002 to provide well balanced accommodation arranged over two floors. The cottage is set in a non-estate location along the road from Stadhampton to Oxford on the edge of the hamlet of Chiselhampton, it therefore offers easy access to commuters to London along the M40 and is well placed for access to Oxford and all the major hospitals and schools in Headington and Summertown. The property was extended a few years ago which is very much in keeping with the original building, it also has some interesting period features including a tall chimney stack of twisted brick design. To the front of the property is an entrance lobby leading into a bright and airy sitting room which features an exposed brick fireplace with a woodburner, stripped wooden floors and central ceiling beam. There is a door to the family room or snug with stairs to the first floor and window to the side. To the rear of the property is the extended kitchen/breakfast room measuring 19ft x 11ft with dual aspect to the garden, the kitchen is fitted with cream shaker style cabinets with granite worktops over, there is space for a dining table and chairs. There is a useful utility room leading off and access to the side entrance lobby and storeroom. From the first floor landing there is access to the 3 sizeable bedooms, two of which have built in cupboards and access to the family bathroom fitted with a white suite and complimentary stone wall tiles.
The property sits on a rectangular plot of about a fifth of an acre (0.19) with a wide frontage of 112 ft, the gardens extend to three sides and are attractive and mature with various areas of lawn, well stocked borders with plants and shrubs and mature trees. There is a large decking area adjacent to the rear corner of the property and a patio area. The garden backs onto open farmland with a post and rail fence and shrubbery. As you enter the property there is a wide gravel parking area to the front with a picket fence and gate separating the driveway area from the garden. The detached garage block measures 19ft x 17ft9 and offers excellent additional storage with twin doors to the front.
Situated about a mile and a half outside the village of Stadhampton towards Oxford, the village of Stadhampton has a number of amenities and has a thriving community. The village features a large village green, playground, popular primary school, petrol station/garage with a Budgens supermarket and the well known ‘Crazy bear` hotel, restaurant and farm shop attached. The property falls within the Icknield community college catchment area. More extensive food shopping can be found at Cowley in Oxford approx 4 miles away with a large Tesco supermarket, Marks & Spencers food hall, sports retailers, Boots the chemist and close by a Lidl. There is easy access to the M40 (Junction 7 Milton Common) which is approximately a 10/15 mins drive for London or the Midlands. There are nearby country walks and pretty Oxfordshire villages such as Garsington with its elevated views towards Oxford and country pubs.
Council tax band C (currently £1521 per annum)
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