Why we like it:
This charming brick & flint cottage is set in an Idyllic location on the edge of the common in Ewelme with fantastic views over open grazing common land. The two cottages were originally three properties and number one has been totally renovated in recent years. As you enter the village down Days Lane hill the property is past the church and school and on the edge of the village. The cottage still keeps many of the character features like the open beams and a working fireplace. The kitchen and bathroom were replaced just over two years ago the conservatory and split level decked area at the rear affording the views. At the front is an enclosed cottage garden. The latched stripped doors come from the original building.The electric radiators are all individually programmable and have separate thermostats.
What it Offers:
Enclosed front porch area leading to an 18ft 7 living room with an open fire, this leads to a vaulted kitchen which is over 15ft and was fitted approximately two and a half years ago. On the ground floor there is a small lobby newly fitted shower room and study/Bedroom three. Along the rear is a 14ft 6 conservatory enjoying the views across countryside. On the first floor two bedrooms, the main bedroom has a wardrobe area.
The village of Ewelme is a popular and attractive village with some beautiful character properties, it is well known for its famous watercress beds. The village features a stunning 15th century church, almshouses and a highly regarded primary school complex with Henry VIII and Chaucer connections. A village shop pro actively used by local residents and a busy well utilised village hall. There is stunning open countryside a short walk away and the nearby towns of Watlington, Wallingford, Henley and Oxford offer comprehensive shopping and facilities. Goring-on-Thames has a station serving London Paddington.
EPC Rating: F
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