Cotswold Cottage is situated in the village of Crowmarsh, believed to date back to 1760 the cottage has kept much of the original charm and character from what used to be part of the Old Bakery. Accommodation is over three floors and the cottage has two separate reception rooms and a lovely open kitchen/family room with a part glass roof overlooking a private rear garden. The living room has lovely open beams and a wood burner. The large dining room at the rear has tiled flooring and has a feature cast iron fireplace, large walk in pantry/storage room. The tiled flooring continues into the kitchen with eye and low level units Gas hob, space a plumbing for washing machine and space for a fridge leading to an area for seating with French doors overlooking the rear garden. On the first floor two bedrooms the double overlooks the front with open beams. There is a recently fitted bathroom with tiled flooring a claw foot bath with shower over. The top floor has another double bedroom (currently used as the main bedroom) with lovely open beams and views over the village. The property has gas central heating to radiators.
The rear garden is a pretty courtyard style not overlooked and has a decked seating area immediately to the rear French doors from the kitchen, The garden is enclosed by an attractive brick wall closed lapped fencing and is paved. Outside lighting and a tap.
Situated a short stroll to the great village shop Crowmarsh Gifford is a peaceful village with an open swimming pool by the river. Two has two public houses on the main street. The village hall plays host to dozens of classes and events including keep fit, Zumba, children`s parties, music clubs and art classes. There is a highly regarded local primary school and two nursery schools and Wallingford Secondary School is a short drive across the bridge. The village is served by two pubs just up the road. Crowmarsh Gifford is bypassed by the A4074 Reading to Oxford road and the A4130, though the M40 is only ten miles away. Cholsey station, just ten minutes drive away, offers services to Reading and Oxford in around 20 minutes, and direct to London Paddington in under an hour. A little further out, Didcot Parkway Station is just 45 minutes from London Paddington.
Council tax band D
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