A three bedroom cottage hidden from the road with an aspect overlooking a private garden and a small piece of village land at the rear. Farm cottage has been modernised an improved over recent years with a quality wooden double glazed windows and French doors opening to the garden. A reception hallway, dining and living room with a double aspect. Gas boiler serving radiators a fully fitted modern kitchen with eye and low level units. There is an impressive upstairs bathroom with large `claw foot` bath and separate shower. Further features include wooden latched doors and wooden floors, open beams and an impressive light stone large working fireplace in the living room. Three upstairs bedrooms. Offered for sale with no onward chain.
The garden is enclosed and has wooden fencing affording a great deal of privacy. A latticed area sectioning the bottom of the garden and a large patio immediately from the French doors of the living room. The garden benefits from a south westerly facing aspect. Parking off the road at the front of the property. At the rear there is a small piece of land owned and looked after by the village parish council which is known as the Village Pound. The history of this land goes back to medieval times when the land was used for village gatherings, tethering animals and the village stocks
Long Wittenham is a pretty South Oxfordshire village. There is a Church of England primary school, two village pubs and the Church of St Mary. The nearby market town of Wallingford provides a wide range of local shopping facilities including Waitrose supermarket whilst the city of Oxford which is 9 miles away provides a more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. Didcot mainline station 4 miles, Trains to London Paddington 45 minutes, (Distances and times are approximate)
council tax band D
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