OIEO £250,000 Sold

Why we like it:
This cottage retains original features from the original period including beams, latched internal and solid front door. Restored over recent years there is a lovely dual aspect living room with a working fireplace and solid oak flooring. The kitchen/dining area is refitted and the dining area has doors leading to the courtyard garden at the rear that affords a great deal of privacy. On the first floor two bedrooms, and a very nicely appointed bathroom with a white suite including a roll top bath. The property has been totally renovated throughout and is presented beautifully.

What it offers:
An 18ft 8 living room with a working fireplace and French doors leading to the courtyard garden at the rear. A Kitchen/dining room which has been modernised and fully fitted with a seating area. Two first floor bedrooms. Bathroom with a feature claw-foot rolled bath and separate shower. All the character with modern benefits including double glazing and gas central heating to radiators. A private small enclosed courtyard garden at the rear.

The Location:
Blewbury is a popular Oxfordshire village which has many beautiful period properties. The village has an historic centre with a beautiful Norman church, village primary school and two public houses. There is also a farm shop and post office. Located on the edge of the Berkshire Downs, Blewbury has access to excellent walking and riding country. The attractive market town of Wallingford is only 6.5 miles away providing all daily amenities and services including a large Waitrose, hospital, doctors and dental surgeries and several good restaurants. The nearest train station is at Didcot which serves London Paddington travel time approx. 45 minutes.

Council Tax
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band G

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.

Floor Plan
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