This detached property is situated at the top of a cul de sac in the village. Accommodation includes three reception rooms a snug with separate storage area (which was previously the garage) Fitted kitchen and separate utility room. On the first floor three bedrooms and a modern tiled bathroom. Gas heating to radiators and double glazed. The property is set back from the road to the front there block paving with ample off street parking and mature hedgerow and a low level brick retaining wall. There is over 1500 square feet of accommodation. There is however excellent scope to extend the property further at the rear with a rear garden measuring almost 200 feet in length. There is no onward chain with this purchase.
Large block pave driveway to the front. The rear garden (circa 0.24 acres) is laid to lawn with a large patio area immediately to the rear. Mature hedgerows and borders. At the bottom of the garden there is an outdoor pool which has been maintained in recent times. The probability is that a purchaser would look to extent further and the planning permission link below shows the current planning permission in place for a two storey extension to the rear.
Stadhampton about 10 miles (16 km) south-east of Oxford. The River Thame flows through Chiselhampton. Stadhampton and Brookhampton which is separated by a brook that flows through Chalgrove and joins the Thame just above Chiselhampton Bridge. There is a Primary School in the village and a lovely open Village Green and playground area. The parish has three pub-restaurants: The Coach & Horses Inn in Chiselhampton and The Crown and the Crazy Bear Hotel and Farm Shop There is an excellent village store at the petrol station. The access to the M40 (Junction 7 Milton Common) is approximately a 10/15 mins drive.
All mains services are connected.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Purchasers must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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