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A delightful cottage enviably located on the village green in need of some updating. The cottage maintains many of its original period features including exposed beams in the walls and ceilings and an inglenook fireplace and parquet floor in the dining room. The property has great potential and scope to extend subject to gaining the necessary permissions and consents.
You enter into the reception hall with stairs ascending to the first floor and a shower room and separate cloakroom to your right. On your left is the dining room with doors to both the kitchen and sitting room. The sitting room has doubles doors that open out to the rear garden. Upstairs at the top of the landing on your left is a double bedroom and on your right a single bedroom and the master bedroom. A further bedroom leads to the double bedroom.
Marsh Baldon is considered one of the most popular villages in South Oxfordshire. The village is located in attractive countryside about six miles south of the city of Oxford and centred is around the 24-acre gated village green, where the local cricket club play during the summer, an attractive Church and a Church of England Primary School. Many of the properties surround the village green including the local pub, The Seven Stars, which is a successfully owned and run community public house known locally for its good food and hospitality, while the renowned dining pub, The Mole, is situated in the nearby village of Toot Baldon.
Oxford, with its comprehensive cultural, educational and shopping facilities, is within easy reach. The village is ideally situated for access to the many renowned private schools in both Oxford and Abingdon and there is a school bus from Nuneham Courtenay to nearby Secondary schools.
Ideal for commuters, Marsh Baldon is ideally located for access into Oxford City and London, both by road via the A34 south to the M4 and north to the M40, and rail from Didcot Parkway or Haddenham and Thame Parkway stations to London Paddington and London Marylebone respectively.
There is a frequent bus service from Oxford to Wallingford and Reading with bus stops approximately 1 km away in Nuneham Courtenay.
Outside the lawned front garden is enclosed by a low hedge and wall and continues to the side of the property where there is a hard standing on which was once a garage/barn. The rear garden is once again laid to lawn with a mature fruit tree and a vegetable area at the far end.
There was a former barn on what is now the parking area that may set a precedent for extension potential subject to gaining the relevant permissions and consents.
Opposite Village Green
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