Brookhampton Cottages is set back from the A329 road from Newington as you enter the village. One of two semi detached cottage style properties with panoramic views across University owned, green belt countryside.and a large southerly facing garden. The property has been extended and offers great family accommodation with a great deal of space surrounding. The property is set well back from the road and has a good size front garden, with a large gravelled driveway area for numerous vehicles. The property has character features such as wooden doors, original pine flooring and an open fireplace in the living room. Accommodation comprises of a hallway leading to an open plan living and separate dining area with a feature working fireplace.There is a large window front aspect and French doors opening to the top patio of the rear garden. The kitchen is double aspect, this leads to a family room, utility and toilet. This area would probably be be converted to make a good sized kitchen/family room whilst still keeping two good size reception areas. No planning would be needed for this internal change. Upstairs the bedrooms are all a good size. The main bedroom is stunning and has a triple aspect, this enjoys the stunning views it also has an en suite bathroom. Three further really good sized bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. There is also the benefit of a good size loft. The property has double glazing, fast broadband, mains gas heating to radiators and mains drainage.
One of the main features of this property has to be the mature southerly facing rear garden. The front is open plan a good size with a large gravelled driveway and a gated access to the front, low level brick retaining wall and a variety of matures shrubs, trees (a large fruit tree at the side) and a mature Wysteria across the front of the property. The rear garden is a good size, enjoying a great deal of privacy as on three sides is open land it is sectioned into different areas with beds and an allotment area, with side access to the rear garden from a secure gate. A mature hedgerow down the right side and a further patio are at the bottom of the garden which enjoys the late sun. There is fencing to the left hand side and a low level fence at the bottom to enjoy the open countryside views. Garden shed.
Situated at the edge of the village and opposite the entrance to the well known Crazy Bear farm shop. The location has a variety of footpaths adjoining the property . It is approximately 10 miles (16 km) south-east of the University city of Oxford. The village has a thriving community and features a popular primary school, there is a petrol station/garage with a Budgens supermarket attached. More extensive food shopping can be found in Cowley, Oxford or at Wallingford with a Waitrose supermarket. There is a large village green nearby together with a childrens playground. There is easy access to the M40 (Junction 7 Milton Common is approximately a 10/15 mins drive) for London or the Midlands. The property is also an equal distance to three popular secondary schools.
Council tax band E
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