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Deceptively spacious traditional terrace property with scoop to add your own touch.
The front doors leads into an enclosed entrance porch and a further door leads into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and the dual aspect sitting room with a bay window to the front and an open fireplace. Off the sitting room is the dining room with a window to the side leading into
kitchen at the rear of the house with a window to the side and French doors out to the patio. Upstairs on the first floor are three double bedrooms and a family shower room with the master bedroom and en suite bathroom on the top floor.
The village has a village green is reputedly one of the oldest and largest village greens in the country, extending to approximately 24 acres. Toot Baldon and Marsh Baldon offer a range of amenities including The Seven Stars and The Mole public houses, primary school, churches of St Peter in Marsh Baldon and St Lawrence in Toot Baldon and a village hall.
The village has a lively community which recently bought The Seven Stars public house. In addition it is well positioned for the major arterial routes to London and the Midlands including the M40, A34 and Oxford ring road. Nearby Didcot and Oxford provide a regular main line train services to London Paddington together with commuter services from Haddenham and Thame to London Marylebone. There is a school bus from Nuneham Courtenay to nearby Secondary schools and the highly regarded independent schools in Oxford and Abingdon are easily accessible.
Outside there is off street parking at the front and the rear garden has a patio with steps up the lawn with access to the front via a shared alleyway.
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