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A stunning three bedroom period coach house benefitting from high ceilings on the ground floor and scenic views to the rear over the surrounding countryside. The development was converted in 2005 by Oxford Homes to provide modern living in a period building situated with good commutable distance to Oxford and the new Oxford Parkway train station, approximately 4 miles distant. The accommodation is arranged over two floors with on the ground floor an open plan kitchen/dining room, sitting room and cloakroom. On the first floor are three bedrooms with an en-suite shower room to the master bedroom and a family bathroom.
Begbroke is Old English for "Little Brook" and this refers to Rowel Brook which runs through the village and is a tributary of the River Cherwell. The village has a public house, the Royal Sun Inn that has traded since at least 1711 and also a village hall with cricket and bowling greens. The Church of England parish church of Saint Michael is a 12th-century Norman building. The nearby Oxford Parkway Railway Station provides regular connections to London Marylebone. Local amenities can be found in nearby Yarnton with a primary school and a doctor's surgery and also in the market town of Woodstock with a wide range of shops, supermarkets and restaurants. The historic City of Oxford is approximately five miles distant with a regular bus service from Begbroke.
To the front of the property are two private parking spaces bordered by an area laid to lawn with a footpath leading up the covered porch. To the rear of the property and with French doors leading from the sitting room and dining room is a delightful and landscaped south facing garden featuring herbaceous borders, garden shed and a prominent silver birch.
Two Further Bedrooms
Gardens to the front & rear
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