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From the entrance hall a useful WC can be found on the left and an open archway on the right leads into the light and airy sitting room/dining room. The ‘L’ shaped sitting room is double aspect with a feature wall made of Italian slate and two sets of sliding patio doors into the rear garden. A raised dining area has an open serving hatch into the kitchen. The kitchen itself has fitted wall and base units and a breakfast bar, with a door opening into the rear garden and offering access to the separate utility room.
Down the hall from the lounge to the left side of the property is a useful airing cupboard and storage cupboard containing a trap door with access to the cellar. As well as a good sized family bathroom with sunken bath and separate shower cubicle there are three double bedrooms, each with fitted wardrobes and two with outlooks overlooking the rear garden and views beyond. The guest room has its own fitted sink and door out to the rear garden.
Littleworth is a hamlet in South Oxfordshire, about 4.5 miles (7.2 km) east of Oxford adjacent to the village of Horspath.
Littleworth has one public house, the Cricketer's Arms free house, and Heyfordian Travel serves Littleworth with bus routes 103 and 104 to Oxford, Cowley, Wheatley and neighbouring villages.
Horspath itself is a conveniently located village lying on the slopes of Shotover Hill on the boundary of Oxford city and is surrounding by Green Belt land. It has a thriving community with amenities including two churches, post office and village store, service station, two public houses and a central village green. Communications are excellent with access to the M40 and the Oxford ring road and there is a fast train service from Oxford to London Paddington ( approximately 55 minutes) and from Haddenham and Thame Parkway to Marylebone (approximately 45 minutes). Oxford city centre, with its extensive facilities lies within a five mile radius and boasts a wide selection of the renowned private schools.
To the front of the property is a driveway which leads to a double width integral garage. Mainly laid to lawn and bordered by hedges and fencing with flower and shrub borders, the front garden offers parking for a number of vehicles and stone steps leading up to the bungalow’s entrance. To the rear of the garage is access to the properties cellar, which is divided into four useful storage rooms and together with another large storage area, covers the square footage of the bungalow above.
To the rear the southerly facing garden also has parking and gated access from the road. Also laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders the garden is bordered by hedges and fencing and interspersed with tress and shrubs. The garden enjoys countryside views and has gated side access to the front garden and driveway.
Double Width Garage
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