A unique detached cottage believed to originally date back to the 1800's located in the heart of Drayton St. Leonard. Triple fronted the cottage has retained much of the character and charm from the original period including exposed wooden flooring in the reception rooms. Accommodation consists of a dining room, living room with a feature wood burner, cottage style kitchen with solid beech worktops and slate flooring and plenty of built in units. Upstairs two bedrooms the master measures 15ft 5 x 12ft 10 with a built in cupbaord another bedroom two and a bathroom. A Megaflow pressurised system providing heating and hot water.
There is a private tiled courtyard area with space for a dining and Barbeque area. There is a further area at the rear which is a useful storage area This also has the oil tank which provides central heating and hot water to the property.
Drayton St Leonard is in an idyllic South Oxfordshire location on the banks of the River Thame. This traditional village has many old and historical houses, a church, village hall, public house. It is well placed for access to both Oxford (6 miles) and the Thames Valley as well as the M40 (Junction 7, 6 miles) for London and Birmingham. The market town of Wallingford (7.5 miles) provides comprehensive day to day amenities and a range of shops, including Waitrose. The many excellent private schools in both Oxford and Abingdon are easily reached and the village falls within the catchment area for St Birinius C of E primary school in Dorchester on Thames, with secondary schooling in Abingdon.
Council Tax Band E
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