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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Little Lane, Milton, OX14

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Property Description

Key features

  • Located on a secluded lane in a conservation area
  • Deceptively spacious three-bedroom accommodation
  • Stunning refitted 17' kitchen with selection of bespoke oak units and range master cooker
  • Impressive 27' living space with attractive wood burner and double doors to patio area
  • Mature south facing cottage garden with patio and working well
  • Double glazed windows to the rear and original leadlight windows to the front
  • Many period features and extensive storage space
  • Recently restored roof
  • Less than ten minutes' walk to Milton Park
  • Please note that the property does not have off-street parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The perfect village lifestyle home, this attractive three-bedroom, two-reception period cottage offers substantially extended and superbly presented accommodation throughout together with a good sized south-facing garden. It is well situated in a very pleasant non-estate location on a secluded lane consisting of just four cottages off the main High Street in Milton.

Please note that the property is located in a very quiet location on a footpath, meaning that there is no road access to the property, or off-street parking. There is plenty of unrestricted on-road parking available at the end of Little Lane (about 50 yards from the front door).



Entrance Hall

Solid wood front door leads into a tiled floor entrance area with automatic light and doors to the kitchen, utility room and large under-stairs storage cupboard with original brick floor.

Kitchen (17’1 x 10’2)

Range of solid oak fronted bespoke floor units with a wooden work surface, incorporating a large Belfast sink. Rangemaster Classic 90 electric double oven with separate grill and five gas hobs with extractor fan over, plumbing and space for a dishwasher. Spacious under stairs storage cupboard, hard tiled floor, original wooden beams, wall mounted radiator. Two double glazed windows to rear elevation, original wooden latch door leading to the garden and doors to entrance hall and reception rooms.

Utility/cloakroom (9’7 x 4’3)

Quarry tiled floor and frosted window to front elevation. Low level WC. Wooden work surface over space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Original Belfast sink over ground level cupboard. Gas Combi Boiler. Wall mounted radiator. Window to front elevation.

Reception dining area (10’4 x 10’2)

Brick fireplace with large fitted solid fuel cast iron stove and tiled hearth, oak mantle over and original built-in shelved cupboards to either side. Original wooden beams. Engineered wood floor, wall mounted radiator, telephone point. Doors to kitchen and hall, open plan to reception/living room.

Reception living room (16’1 x 11’1)

Sympathetic ground floor extension. Engineered wood floor, wooden beams, wall mounted radiator. Three double glazed windows to rear elevation, double French doors to garden, open plan to reception/dining area. Television point.

Inner hall

Shelved storage area, coat hooks, tiled floor, stairs to first floor landing, doors to reception/dining room and pantry.

Pantry/store (6’5 x 4’3)

Large pantry with quarry tiled floor, exposed beams, wall mounted shelves and space for a fridge and freezer.


First floor landing

Original leadlight window to front elevation, stripped wooden flooring, oak bannister, wall mounted radiator, step up to bathroom and to hallway with doors to all three bedrooms.

Bedrom one (12’4 x 10’1)

Good sized double bedroom, fireplace with exposed brick chimney breast, stripped wooden floor, wall mounted radiator, double glazed window to rear elevation, doors to hallway and dressing room.

Dressing room (9’9 x 4’9)

Built in curtained wardrobes with storage shelves above and below, carpeted floor, wall mounted radiator, original leadlight window to front elevation, door to bedroom one.

Bedroom two (10’1 x 9’5)

Good sized double bedroom, fireplace with chimney breast, stripped wooden floor, wall mounted radiator, double glazed window to rear elevation, door to hallway.

Bedroom three/study (8’ x 7’1)

Single bedroom, currently fitted out as a study with large desk, printer cupboard, filing drawers and shelving. Access by wooden ladder to large raised storage or sleeping area with (over hallway). Stripped wooden floor, wall mounted radiator, double glazed window to rear elevation, door to hallway.

Bathroom (9’9 x 4’9)

Attractive refitted “older style” suite comprising freestanding roll-top bath with waterfall shower over, pedestal hand basin, low level WC. Tiled bath surround, stripped wooden floor, wall mounted heated towel rail, original leadlight window to front elevation, door to landing. Access to loft space.


Rear garden

South facing, sunny garden, mostly laid to lawn with patio area, gravel path and mature. Small wood store and two sheds provide extensive storage. The patio includes a functioning well, with secure cover. Right-of-way access through gate and gardens of neighbouring properties to Little Lane.


Milton is a well located village comprising many attractive period homes and easy access to enjoyable countryside walks. It has a popular pub, The Plum Pudding, and amenities including a farm shop, play area and recreation ground all within a couple of minutes’ walk of the property.

The amenities of Milton Park are around ten minutes’ walk from the property, including a post office, cash machine, two general stores, pharmacy, hairdresser, café and restaurant. The new Milton Gate development is around fifteen minutes’ walk from the property, offering a coffee shop, several restaurants, a hotel and a 24-hour Marks & Spencer (attached to a petrol station).

Abingdon and Didcot are both within five miles and offer a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities including Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Cornerstone Arts Centre, Cineworld cinema and numerous health clubs. There is an excellent range of state and independent schools for all ages in the surrounding areas.

Commuters are well served with Didcot Parkway mainline station providing a regular fast train service to London Paddington (45 minutes). The A34 provides good access to Oxford and Abingdon together with connections to the M4 (Jct 13) to the south and the M40 (Jct 9) to the north. Numerous bus routes serve the village, providing regular, fast links to Oxford and other surrounding towns.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
21 August 2016

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