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This is a new build property
A fabulous bright and airy, newly built detached family house finished to a high specification and located on the edge of Beckley with far reaching views across Otmoor from the first floor. The property features an energy efficient air source heat pump that provides under floor heating throughout and has a ten year LABC guarantee.
The ground floor accommodation comprises of a light and welcoming reception hall with a cloakroom. To the right of the hall is a double aspect reception room that would lend itself well to a family room or a study which includes a bay window to the front of the property and a wood burning stove. To the left is a spacious triple aspect sitting room complete with an attractive fireplace that hosts an open fire and French doors out to the rear garden. To the rear of the ground floor is a stunning light and airy kitchen with a central island and breakfast bar surrounded by dining and family areas. The fitted base units have sealed stone worktops and include fitted Neff appliances. There is access to the garden via French doors at one end of the room and bi-fold doors at the other. There is also a separate utility room well placed off the kitchen.
Upstairs off of the light galleried landing you will find the family bathroom with separate shower and four double bedrooms; two of which feature en-suite shower rooms. The Master bedroom is double aspect and also features a dressing room with fitted wardrobes.
The village of Beckley occupies high ground on the southern edge of Otmoor, being about 6 miles from the centre of Oxford and only some 5.5 miles from access to the M40 (junction 8). Church Street leads out on to Otmoor over which country walks can be enjoyed. Otmoor itself is an area of inland marsh, a substantial part of which is now an RSPB wetlands nature reserve. In the village there is an excellent Primary School together with the Abingdon Arms Public House/Restaurant and super fast fibre optic broadband has recently been installed. The village has a good local community, with an attractive Medieval Church, a well regarded Public House and a good sports field with tennis court and village hall.
The house features a covered entrance porch and is bordered on three sides by gardens with newly planted laurel hedge and fence borders. Mainly laid to lawn with patio areas outside the main exit points, the garden is well situated to catch the sun at both ends of the day and features a gated gravelled driveway at the front and a detached solid wood garage.
High speed broadband available in the village.
Two Ensuite Shower Rooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate