This stone built cottage originally believed to date back to 1865 situated in a semi-rural location in gardens approaching half an acre set well back from the road on the outskirts of Clifton Hampden. A unique location with open fields surrounding the cottage enjoys a great deal of privacy with gardens on three sides and a long private private driveway opening to a large gravel and patio area at the side and a further out building/garage providing extra potential as an additional annexe/detached lodge. As the property has the land surrounding and privacy there is further scope to extend and improve the property further (subject to planning) providing further living accommodation. With a great deal of character the property has a great deal of character with open beams in the living and kitchen/dining areas. The kitchen has space for dining table/area and has tiled flooring throughout, wooden eye and low level units with granite worktops above and a space for a range style cooker a side and aspect looking over the rear garden. A separate utility room and a cloakroom. the living room has wooden flooring throughout a large feature open fireplace and French doors to the side with a small lobby area for the front door (although the side door is used currently). Upstairs three bedrooms all a good size and a family bathroom.
Situated at the end of the driveway as you come in and at the side of the cottage with the large gravelled area in between. This stone built property has access at the side and a window. Currently used as a garage 20 x 18ft 4 and a shower room.
One of the features of this property is the large plot with gardens on three sides providing the property with a great deal of privacy and whilst the property is set back from the road with an area of grass and a driveway down the side and large mature hedgerows with a variety of mature trees including a large pear tree and a Tulipa tree in the rear garden. The large patio area at the side has flower and shrub beds, the rear garden area is mainly laid to lawn and backs onto open fields. At the side an orchard area with trees in the plot of the property and beyond provide further privacy. Garden room with electric and a garden shed.
Featuring a number of listed thatched cottages and an attractive six arched brick built bridge over the Thames, the village also has a highly rated primary school, a vibrant village shop including a sub post-office and one of the oldest pubs in England, The Barley Mow which dates back to 1352. Situated just three miles from Abingdon, four miles from Didcot train station and eight miles from Oxford, the village also has a doctors' surgery and village hall and a number of clubs and societies including Clifton Hampden & Burcot Tennis Club, a village cricket club, an archery society, WI group and Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Sea Scouts groups. Further pubs and facilities are at nearby Long Wittenham.
Council tax band E
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