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The cottage is beautifully presented and believed to date back in parts over 200 years. It was a bakery until the 1970’s and has been extensively and sympathetically updated, extended and modernised to give stylish and characterful accommodation wonderfully combined with the benefits of modern living including underfloor heating running throughout the ground floor and new bespoke windows at the front and side. You enter into a charming and welcoming reception or family room with a solid wood floor, beams and what was a bread oven. The solid wood floor continues into the comfortable and cosy sitting room with stairs to the first floor and cupboards below immediately on your right, beams and a fireplace with a wood burning stove. At the back of the house is the fabulous bright and airy kitchen, family and dining room. The kitchen has been extensively fitted with modern solid wood painted units including two larder cupboards ‘butler’ style sink, island unit and a stone floor continuing into the dining area with folding doors opening out on to the garden. The stone floor continues into the utility room with units matching the kitchen along with a ‘butler’ style sink and a stable door to the garden. Off the utility is a really useful wet room. Upstairs immediately to your right is a double bedroom with a further large single bedroom to your left, another double bedroom, built in cupboards, indulgent family bathroom with a vaulted ceiling, and a freestanding ball and claw bath and a master bedroom suite has a vaulted ceiling with beams and an en suite shower room.
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, butcher, 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 or Bicester 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 cottage is really fortunate to have two off street parking spaces in front of a detached office with a store room that was originally a garage. The rear garden is enclosed and laid to lawn with a covered side access from the front that the neighbour has a right of way over.
Kitchen Dining Room
Ensuite Shower Room
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