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1 bedroom cottage for sale

Heyford Road, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire

Under Offer £285,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming cottage
  • Lovely, large bedroom
  • Huge living area
  • Spacious kitchen/ diner
  • Conservatory
  • Shower room
  • Secluded garden

Full description

A delightfully eccentric, large and well presented one bedroom cottage with a conservatory and lovely rear garden, almost invisible from the road and set in a wonderful village

One bedroom cottage located in a quiet position in a wonderful village. NO CHAIN

Kirtlington is a vibrant village with a good community. Locally there is a fine village school which is also a feeder to the Marlborough School in Woodstock, a shop with Post Office, one pub/ restaurant, a further Johanssens & AA rated hotel/ restaurant, and a fine church dating to Norman times. Within a short distance (c.1 mile) Kirtlington Polo ground and Kirtlington Golf club are further attractions. Travel to Oxford, London and Birmingham is straightforward by either road or rail, and there are frequent bus services. For further information about the village please visit

Ashcombe Cottage is located via a private path and to the rear of another property. It is almost detached from this property, sharing just one wall of the shower room. Consequently Ashcombe Cottage is a quiet haven within this vibrant village. The current owner has added a conservatory to the rear of the property, and installed gas central heating and double glazing. The ground floor accommodation is considerably larger than expected from a one bedroom. The current owner uses the conservatory as an occasional bedroom for guests.

The entrance leads into a bright hall with wood floor, ahead the stairs rise toward you and there is a large cupboard underneath. On the right the shower room is modern, refitted with a white suite and a larger than standard shower. Ahead the kitchen/diner is really quite large, offering masses of space for a table and chairs quite aside from the generous range of units on two wides - including a range cooker. There are also doors from this room to the garden, plus evidence of the age of the house shown in the bread oven and also the wall tie rod. And one rather fun addition is a pair of speakers ;plumbed into the ceiling above, fed by hidden cables in a cupboard. This facility also continues through the bathroom.

The garden is mature with a large pond positioned next to a patio, which is ideal for BBQ's and entertaining. There is a large shed for storage, a smaller lawned area and well stocked borders.

The property has no onward chain.

Upstairs a wide window gives wonderful light that floods down the stairs. Here the door opens into quite a large bedroom, with a deep wardrobe to the side. Windows two two sides are joined by a Velux over the bed in providing a great amount of light. The beams overhead are fun, and the view to the rear is over the garden.

Outside, the front path is enclosed by a stone wall and an iron gate, making it secure. To the rear the terrace runs down the right side of the conservatory, providing a lovely West-facing sun trap next to the kitchen. Most of the garden is paved while there are various trees and shrubs to the rear including a Victoria plum. In the corner a large modern shed provides excellent storage and this is connected to mains power. It is a really secluded, quiet space.

Directions - Local school, shop & pubs
Oxford 11 miles
M40 (Junc 9) 8 miles
Rail to London 7 miles
Fibre broadband

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23 July 2016


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