A charming detached character property with four bedrooms and generous rear garden situated down a no through lane. The cottage benefits from three reception rooms, en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom, garage and a heated swimming pool. The garden is in excess of 200' and backs onto allotments. You enter into an entrance hall with stairs ascending to the first floor and door leading into the Sitting/Dining Room. This 24' reception room is light and airy with an open fireplace and doors opening out onto the terrace. The kitchen looks out to the front garden and leads directly into a breakfast room. The breakfast room is connected to the family room, which in turn has a door leading onto the rear terrace. A second inner hall has access to the front garden and a door into a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs is a family bathroom and useful study. The Master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a good sized en-suite bathroom with separate shower. There are three further bedrooms, all of which have fitted wardrobes.
Clifton Hampden is a village and civil parish on the north bank of the River Thames, just over 3 miles east of Abingdon in Oxfordshire. The village features a church originating from Saxon times, a thriving Church of England primary school, doctors surgery, post office/shop and a public house that lies just over the bridge. Eminent day/boarding schools are situated within easy reach, including St Helen's and St Katherine's and Magdelen College School. Clifton Hampden is also well placed for access to Didcot railway station (five miles), Culham Science Centre (1.3 miles), Milton Park (5.8 miles) and Oxford (8 miles).
To the front of the property is driveway parking for a number of vehicles and access to the garage. The garden is partly secluded by tree borders and mainly laid to lawn. To the rear the garden extends to in excess of 200' into three different, well maintained sections. The first is the terrace which features a heated swimming pool, lawn and access to the garage and garden shed. You then enter the second through an archway/pergola, into a private section known as “the orchard”, which has a well as its' centrepiece, a bicycle shed, greenhouse and garden shed.There is also access to the neighbouring property via a pathway sheltered by hedges. Beyond is a large area of lawn the owners used as a cricket pitch which is bordered by hedges and backs onto allotments and also has a garden shed.