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The Old Bakery is a delightful and charming period cottage which has been sympathetically refurbished and redecorated by the current owners. This stone built property has an array of character features including painted and exposed timbers. The accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall, cosy sitting room with open fire place, an open plan kitchen/dining room with bespoke kitchen units and integral appliances, wooden flooring and painted timbers. To the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Of particular note is the light and airy feel throughout the house and the pretty views over the village green.
Bletchingdon is a charming and sought after village situated approximately 6 miles from Oxford with a thriving community and many amenities including a primary school, nursery, sports field, village hall and public house with a community shop due to open soon. Bicester and the historic City of Oxford provide a more comprehensive selection of shopping, leisure and educational facilities. Communications are excellent with the M40 (J9) (about 4 miles), access to Oxford is via the A34 and a train service from either Oxford Parkway (about 4 miles) or Bicester station (about 8 miles) with London/Marylebone being about 55 and 50 minutes respectively. There is also a local mainline station at Islip and a regular bus service runs from Bletchingdon to Oxford and Bicester. The area is well served for schools with a primary school in the village and senior state schools in Kidlington, Bicester or Woodstock, as well as the numerous highly regarded independent schools in Oxford.
The garden is accessed via a side gate leading to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and incorporates a detached stone outbuilding with log store. This building could be converted into a studio.
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