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The cottage has a wealth of charm and character throughout, from exposed beams in many of the walls and ceilings to the exposed wooden floors on the ground floor and plantation blinds at the front all blending seamlessly with the modern contemporary décor and ambiance.
The main entrance into the cottage is on the side and leads into a spacious reception hall with stairs to the first floor and a cloakroom. To your right is the dual aspect sitting room overlooking the garden and to your left you go through to the family room with an inglenook fireplace with a brick surround and back, a wood burning stove and the study of it at the rear. From the family room a couple of steps lead you down into the dual aspect kitchen and dining room with another door, formally the front door into the old post office, out to the front. The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and base units and there is also an island unit. Additional to the kitchen is a useful utility room and coat/storage area. At the top of the stairs to your right the dual aspect master bedroom is bright and airy with a vaulted ceiling and next to it another single bedroom. To your left is a family bathroom alongside which is a charming double bedroom with a fireplace and continuing along the landing to your right is a family shower room and to your left a single bedroom with another double bedroom running the width of the house at the front.
The village has a lovely children’s play park which is ideally close to the house, a shop, post office and gym (The Park Club), the popular Plum Pudding public house, Church of England Primary School, Parish Church of Saint Blaise and a good bus service from the end of the High Street at Milton Park
There are also local shops and public houses in the neighbouring village of Sutton Courtenay and a wider, more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities in nearby Didcot which also has a fast train service into London Paddington from the Parkway Station. The village is also well located for the independent preparatory and senior schools in Abingdon, Oxford and Wallingford.
There is a gravelled parking immediately to side of the property that is probably large enough to fit at least two cars and that the neighbours are allowed to walk down. A gate then leads into the garden which has both gravelled and paved patio areas, flower borders, a summer house and a lawn
Kitchen Dining Room
Private Enclosed Garden
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