Chetwynd Mead, Bampton, Oxfordshire, OX18
£330,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Stunning three bedroom family home within walking distance of the village centre

Superbly-presented three bedroom semi-detached family home, having been much improved by the present owners to an excellent standard of finish.

The property has a small entrance hall, with downstairs cloakroom, leading through to the dual-aspect sitting room area; a light and airy family space.

The sitting room is open to the dining room, from which doors lead to both the kitchen and UPVc conservatory. The modern, refitted kitchen is a delightful space with eye level oven and microwave, integrated appliances and a oak work surface. The conservatory, which has the benefit of light, power and heating, is currently used as a study room. These rooms are fitted with attractive engineered wood flooring

To the first floor, the landing area connects to all three good-size bedrooms and the generous family bathroom, with a P-bath with shower over, pedestal wash-hand basin and low-level wc.

Outside, to the rear of the property, is the secluded block-paved garden, which is enclosed by part closeboard fencing and solid walling, and has gated rear access and door access to the single garage.

To the front of the property, there is off-street parking for 2/3 vehicles leading to the single garage with up and over single door, light and power. The immediate front garden is gravelled for low-maintenance, with hardstanding pathway leading to the front door.

Bampton sits close to the edge of the Cotswolds and is one of the oldest and prettiest villages in the area. While it retains much of the character of the traditional Cotswold village, it is also a hive of activity with a multitude of events taking place throughout the year - with something for everyone.

Bampton is also the envy of many of the neighbouring villages in that it boasts an excellent array of amenities for a village of its size. It has a post office, library, a sports ground and pavilion, an art gallery, two churches, a primary school, a medical centre and of course a market square.

The village is well known as one of the film sets for Downton Abbey and as the background to the popular crime novels by Melvin Starr featuring the mediaeval surgeon, Hugh de Singleton.

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