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A charming cottage, believed to date back to the 18th Century, occupying an enviable village centre location within this thriving community.
The property has been extended to provide generous accommodation with retained character features combining successfully with modern comforts. The accommodation which is arranged over three floors includes a good size reception room, kitchen/dining room, utility and ground floor shower room whilst on the first floor there are three bedrooms and an ensuite bathroom. On the second floor there is a double attic bedroom and separate shower room which lends itself to creating a separate suite, suitable for a teenager or possibly for a Bed and Breakfast accommodation.
Providing four bedroom accodation over three floors, this appealing period home also benefits from an enclosed rear garden, off road parking, a workshop, bike shed and a garden home office.
Tingewick offers a wide range of facilities with a centrally located general store/post office, a public house, Church of England first/infant school, village hall, recreation ground and two children's play parks. The village is about 3 miles from Buckingham.
More comprehensive facilities can be found in Bicester, Buckingham and Milton Keynes. Tingewick is within the catchment area for the Royal Latin Grammar School in Buckingham and Buckingham School (senior education), a specialist Sports College. Private education is well catered to for all age groups within a 10 mile radius of the village.
The A43 dual carriageway, 5.5 miles distant, links to the M40 (J10) and the M1 (J15a) motorways. Railway stations can be found at Milton Keynes 16 miles (Euston from 35 minutes) and Bicester North 8 miles (Marylebone from 50 minutes).
Small enclosed front garden with gate, path & steps up to front door.
Enclosed terraced rear gardens. Raised beds, apple and plum trees. Lawn area and three patio areas. Within the rear garden boundary fence there is a gate leading out to a footpath running along back of village through open countryside.
Home office with power and networking. Workshop and bike shed.
Aylesbury Vale District Council 01296 585858. Council Tax Band C.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage. Gas central heating.
Sitting Room with woodburner
3 first floor Bedrooms
2nd floor Attic Bedroom Room And Shower Room
Workshop & Bike Shed
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate