Bletchingdon Road, Kirtlington, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5

£495,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
DESCRIPTION

Willow Cottage is a delightful stone built period property conveniently located within this popular and thriving village. The house has been sympathetically updated and has retained many fine character features.

The accommodation is set over two floors. To the ground floor there is a fabulous and generously proportioned sitting room with exposed ceiling timbers and stone flagged flooring. The impressive Cotswold stone fireplace featuring a log burning stove with side bread oven provides a lovely focal point to the room. Steps lead down from the sitting room to the well-fitted kitchen at the rear of the cottage which has views and a door opening onto the pretty enclosed garden. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and an additional study/ nursery room as well as a well-appointed family bathroom.

Adjacent to the cottage there is a detached stone built outbuilding which provides an excellent home office/well-lit studio, but also offers the potential for ancillary guest accommodation. There is potential to join and incorporate the outbuilding into the main house subject to the necessary permissions.

OUTSIDE

To the front there is a small front garden, and to the rear of the cottage there is a private and mature part walled garden which enjoys a southerly aspect and includes a raised lawn with terraced seating area and planted borders. There is off street parking to the front for one car.

LOCATION

Kirtlington is an extremely popular North Oxfordshire village ideal for commuters. It is located approximately 8 miles north of Oxford with a regular bus serice to Oxford, Kidlington and Bicester. Nearby rail stations can be found at the local market town of Bicester and on the outskirts of Kidlington there is Oxford Parkway and Islip station, all offering services to Marylebone in less than an hour. The M40 (Jn.9) is approx. 7 miles, giving access to London and the Midlands.

The village has two village greens and a duck pond, an excellent village store/post office with coffee-shop, a well regarded primary school and a parish church. The village has a popular pub, The Oxford Arms, and also a hotel/restaurant, The Dashwood, both of which have an excellent reputation for good food.

The property is offered for sale with no onward chain.

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