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The front door leads into the bright and airy sitting room at the front of the house with a bay window to the side, solid wood flooring, exposed beams and a fireplace with a wood burning stove that the owners believe is in place of a former inglenook fireplace that they have the relevant consents to expose. Off the sitting room is a small hall with stairs to the first floor and a cloakroom.
The dining room is to your left up a few steps as you enter the house and again double aspect with solid wood floor and a fireplace although this one doesn’t work. The kitchen is at the back of the house and has been comprehensively and imaginatively fitted with wall and base units to maximise the storage space along with the pantry cupboard on offer. The conservatory is another delightful pace accessed from both the dining room and kitchen and overlooking the attractive enclosed garden. The first floor offers you a good size double bedroom off which is a very useful study and there is a further bedroom and a family bathroom whilst the top floor is a fabulous master or guest bedroom suite with a further double bedroom and a separate bathroom off the landing.
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. There are three primary schools: Barley Hill Primary School, John Hampden Primary School and St Joseph's Catholic Primary School and it also has a popular county secondary school, Lord Williams's School or alternatively the highly regarded independent schools in Oxford are also easily accessible as are the grammar schools over the county border in Buckinghamshire. The town has an excellent range of shops from independent retailers to well known chains including Waitrose along with a lively market every Tuesday and a wide choice of pubs, bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets including The Black Horse, which is part of the Brasserie Blanc chain of restaurants. 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 fast service into London Marylebone.
Outside the garden is low maintenance to the side and rear of the property with attractive flower beds and a rear gate leading to the detached garage which has an electric door and a further parking space in front. To the rear of the garage is an very useful store workshop.
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