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Some of the features included in this tailor-made property are under floor heating and air recirculation, CAT 5, sound to the main reception rooms and en suites to the master bedroom, bedroom two and bedroom three, polished aluminium switches, bespoke staircase, oak woodwork and a glass floor above the entrance hall.
As you enter the light reception hall, there is a useful coat cupboard to your right and as you continue on you find the fabulous sitting room, with a home cinema system with electric screen and projector. Steps lead up to a raised dining room area, which can also be accessed via the kitchen. Further along the hall is bedroom six, or a further reception room, a downstairs shower room and the communication cupboard, which houses all the equipment for the television and music systems that are networked throughout the house.
The kitchen is a chef’s dream, with a five burner gas hob, two ovens including a steamer, combination microwave, coffee maker, dishwasher, American style fridge and freezer and ‘silestone’ worktops. Off the kitchen is a study, a family room that has garden access, and a useful utility room. The double garage has the pressurised hot water cylinder, heat recovery system, gas fired central heating boiler, and electric door.
Upstairs the landing has a reading or library area, with a plate glass floor looking down into the hall. There are three bedrooms on this level all with fitted wardobes and storage. One of the bedrooms has a dressing room and an en-suite. In addition to the two further double bedrooms there is a family bathroom with a seperate shower. From the landing 3 steps lead up to a dressing room off of which is a double bedroom with ensuite and the spacious master bedroom with another en-suite including an air bath and a waterproof TV.
Lying approximately 7 miles from Oxford, Garsington has good local amenities with many footpaths and bridleways to appreciate the surrounding countryside, a public house, village hall, village shop, parish church dating back to 1160, school and sports club. There is a regular bus service into Oxford and a primary school, with good access to the wide range of excellent independent schools in both Oxford and Abingdon. There are supermarkets at both Cowley retail park and at Hinksey, with a wider range of shops and restaurants in Oxford.
Communications links, road and rail, are excellent. Both the M40 (J8 and 8A) and A34 are within easy reach, and Oxford mainline station gives access to London Paddington, or Oxford Parkway and Haddenham Parkway provided a fast train service to London Marylebone. Alternatively there is a frequent 24 hour bus service into London and the airports from Thornhill Park and Ride.
To the front of the house is a block paved driveway with ample parking, and attractive well stocked flower and shrub beds, which continues to the side of the property and to the rear garden. The back garden has a really useful WC, patio which steps up to a beautiful landscaped garden with lawns, flower beds, fruit trees, vegetable area and a detached workshop and garden store. Under the front driveway is a 9000 litre tank for storing rainwater that is used to water the garden. On the roof are 30 thermal solar tubes that heat the hot water. The whole plot amounts to about appoximately half an acre.
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