A charming detached stone built family home situated in the delightful market square of Bampton. The property has a wealth of character features so indicative of a property of this period. This charming property has well-proportioned rooms, open fire places and high ceilings. The accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall with access to the cellar, sitting room, dining room, study and kitchen situated on the ground floor. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property is very light and airy but does require some cosmetic updating.
Bampton is arguably best known as the set of Downton Abbey and retaining much of the character of the traditional Cotswold village. It has a post office, doctors surgery, library, hairdressers, garden centre, two cafes, a sports ground and pavilion, an art gallery, two churches, a primary school and of course a market square with an award winning butchers and an array of shops and public houses. Burford Golf Club is also within easy reach. Witney lies some 6 miles to the east and offers a range of local and national retailers including a Waitrose and Marks and Spencer’s, alongside recreational facilities. Oxford with its cultural, educational and medical benefits lies nineteen miles to the east. In addition, Bampton is situated within easy reach of the main arterial routes of the M4 and M40 giving access to London. Mainline stations can be found at Swindon, Didcot and Oxford.
The property has a pretty front garden enclosed by iron railings. To the rear there is a spacious garden which is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by a stone walled. In addition there are several flower borders, a terrace and stone outbuilding which could be converted into a home office and separate garden store.
outbuilding and garden store.