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From the covered porch the front door opens into a mosaic tiled entrance hall with stairs ascending to the first floor. A door to the left leads into the double aspect sitting room with high ceiling, hardwood flooring, bay window to the front and sash window to the side. There is a working fireplace and open access to the dining room to the left. The dining room itself has its own bay window to the side, fireplace recess and access to the conservatory and entrance hall. The ground floor accommodation continues past a refitted WC to the family room, which has a sash window to the side, fitted storage cupboards including one housing the boiler, hardwood floors, access to the kitchen and a door into the conservatory, which in turn has a door leading to the rear garden.
The kitchen breakfast room was refitted by the owners approximately 9 years ago and features granite worktops, fired earth tiled flooring, fireplace recess housing a wine rack, fitted dishwasher and access to a scullery/utility room and the rear garden.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with refitted shower. The guest room is double aspect and has a fireplace and built in wardrobes. The master bedroom has a Jack and Jill En-suite shower room with Watermark fixtures and fittings, Karndean flooring, Victorian fireplace and sash window. The remaining double bedroom on this floor is also double aspect and also features a Victorian fireplace.
On the second floor are two further double bedrooms, one of which is double aspect and has a fireplace.
Thame is a thriving market town and civil parish in Oxfordshire, about 9 miles east of the city of Oxford and 7 miles southwest of Aylesbury. Thame has three primary schools: Barley Hill Primary School, John Hampden Primary School and St Joseph's Catholic Primary School. It also has a county secondary school, Lord Williams's School. Thame offers an excellent range of shops from independent retailers to well known chains including Waitrose. There is also a lively market every Tuesday. For commuters junction 7 of the M40 is approximately 6 miles away and Haddenham and Thame Parkway is approximately 3 miles away, which provides a regular service to Marylebone.
To the front of the property there is a path to the covered porch and side access to the rear garden.
To the rear, the garden is mainly walled with additional fence panelling on one side to be a private and enclosed space, mainly laid to lawn with two patios at either end. There is a plaque in the west wall denoting the age of the property (1896) and a small pond. There is a grapevine and fruit bearing trees including a pear tree, apple tree and fig tree. A workshop adjoins the property to the rear of the scullery and benefits from power, light and good storage space in the high ceiling.
Parking is accessed via the adjacent road, with right of access down the communal driveway.
Jack and Jill Ensuite Shower Room
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