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A charming detached extended cottage believed to have been constructed in the early 19th Century. The property has been improved by the current owners to include double glazed windows, recently fitted gas boiler and the rebuilding and plastering of some of the original walls. Originally two cottages, the ground floor benefits from a 28" sitting room with slate flooring, timber doors, reclaimed oak window sills and picture window overlooking the garden. The sitting room connects to a separate study which could be used as a possible 5th double bedroom. The is a good sized family bathroom with refitted white suite, a refitted kitchen/breakfast room with solid oak worktops, tiled floors and utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and vent for a tumble dryer. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, two with vaulted ceilings and two with beamed ceilings with the wood produced from a single tree.
The cottage is conveniently located for access to Oxford and Oxford Parkway Station. There are bus stops directly opposite and adjacent to the cottage with routes to Oxford and Chipping Norton. Yarnton is a thriving community with a village school, shop/post office, medical centre, two pubs and two petrol stations and is in the catchment area for the Marlborough School with a school bus service to Woodstock. Attractive countryside surrounds the village with an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways, including the Oxford Canal Walk and the Thames Path, both within 1.5 miles of the village. The larger neighbouring village of Kidlington has a good range of amenities and shopping facilities and the City of Oxford a provides a more comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities.
Outside the property sits in a plot of approximately 0.14 of an acre on land that used to be an orchard. There are many fruit bearing trees including a cherry tree, plum tree and an apple tree believed to be 200 years old. Mainly laid to lawn with hedge borders, the garden has a summerhouse, 3 yew trees, one of which is approximately 400 years old. The garden also has a paved patio area, gravelled driveway, hard standing, double width garage and off road parking. To the rear the garden is gravelled with raised borders, fruit bushes, a shed and a greenhouse.
The property is not listed and offers further potential to improve subject to planning consents.
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