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You enter into a spacious reception hall with a door out onto the garden at the far end and a really handy utility and boot room housing the oil fired central heating boiler to your left. To your right is the study which enjoys fabulous views and leads into the kitchen and breakfast room with wall and base units and French doors and sidelights out to the rear garden. A door from the kitchen leads to a store with a useful shower room off it. The dual aspect sitting and dining room is off the kitchen and also enjoys fabulous views with exposed beams, an open fireplace, a door into the annexe and stairs to the first floor. Upstairs all three double bedrooms have spectacular views, the third is immediately to your right with the second ahead of you which also has access onto a roof terrace at the rear. The landing continues to your left with a family bathroom and the master bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and an en suite shower room with a mezzanine over it. A further half tread stair leads up to a large loft space which has been properly floored, carpeted, heated and has a window and Velux roof lights making it ideal as a playroom, home office or potential conversion to a further bedroom suite subject to obtaining the relevant approvals and permissions.
The Annexe was rented out fopr £1,160pcm until December 2108. It has ‘Calor’ gas heating separate from the main house and its own front door, patio and parking space. The reception room, kitchen and dining areas are all open plan and have been designed to maximise the amazing views from the triple aspect windows in the sitting area. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units and integrated appliances. Upstairs is a double bedroom again with amazing views and an en suite.
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.
There is a private, enclosed, south facing courtyard garden to the rear
North Hills is an unadopted track on common land owned by the Parish Council.
Utility Boot Room
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Sitting Dining Room
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