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The property is beautifully renovated with high ceilings giving a bright and airy feel to the accommodation, double glazed windows with ‘colonial’ shutters, refitted bathrooms, exposed locally cast cast-iron stanchions and oak flooring throughout the ground floor, except to the kitchen. Enter into an enclosed entrance with a brick floor, ideal for those muddy paws or boots after enjoying one of the many walks in the area and there is a really useful store cupboard with power to the right. Ahead the front door leads into a spacious and airy reception hall with a cloakroom, stairs to the first floor, cast iron stanchions, the dining room and the sitting room to your left. The sitting room is elegantly presented and very comfortable with a high celling, once again giving an airy ambience. The fireplace has a multi fuel stove and is ideal for those cosy winter nights in front of the fire, there is another cast iron stanchion and a window and French doors lead out into the enclosed low maintenance courtyard garden. Off the sitting room at the front of the house is a superb refitted kitchen with a comprehensive range of wall and base units including an island unit, an electric Aga, fitted dishwasher and butler sink.
On the first floor is a spacious airing cupboard and to the left a good size single/small double bedroom, currently used as a study next to a stylish master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a sumptuous en suite bathroom with a vintage style suite including a free standing ball and claw roll top bath. The two remaining bedrooms are both double in size one with fitted wardrobes and the family bathroom once again has a vintage style suite free standing ball and claw roll top bath and a separate shower cubicle.
Brill is an extremely attractive hill top village with panoramic views over rolling countryside, an historic windmill on the common and a village green. The general store, newsagent’s, butcher’s, post office, pubs, sports & social club, highly regarded primary school, doctor’s surgery, plus ease of access to the M40 and mainline railway stations (Haddenham & Thame Parkway & Bicester North and Village) mean that its popularity is enduring. For day to day shopping the market town of Thame offers a selection of supermarkets and independent shops and the proximity of Brill to the Oxfordshire border means that it falls within catchment for the excellent secondary Lord Williams’s School in Thame, or the selective (Grammar) schools in Aylesbury or alternatively the proximity to Oxford means that the highly regarded independent schools are also easily accessible.
Outside the driveway is shared with the neighbours and in front of the house are three parking spaces. The low maintenance walled courtyard garden has attractive flower and shrub beds and there is access from both sides of the house, through very handy storage sheds.
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