A Grade II listed detached 3 bedroom property dating back to the 16th century, situated in the desirable village of Cuxham. Full of charm and original character, the property has been beautifully maintained and recently re thatched. Excellent transport links.
The property benefits from two entrances, with the side stable door being the main entrance which takes you into the hallway where all rooms lead from. The under stairs cupboard has ample storage for coats, shoes and a separate utility area. The modern well equipped shaker style kitchen has plenty of waist and eye level units, larder cupboard, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, oak work tops, Belfast sink, double oven range cooker and French doors to the terrace and garden beyond.
The main dual aspect reception room boasts original beams and quarry tiles and a cosy open fireplace for those cold winter months , there is also a door to the second hallway, front door and stairs leading to the master bedroom.
There is also a formal dining room again with beams and quarry tiles.
Upstairs there are three bedroom all with built in storage and a family bathroom. The second bedroom overlooks the pretty garden and has ensuite shower facilities. The grand dual aspect master bedroom has vaulted ceilings and lots of clever built in hidden storage. From this room there is a private staircase to the front entrance and hallway.
As well as a chocolate box cottage there is a private walled garden, which is laid mainly to lawn with various seating areas to catch the sun or shade, a vegetable growing area, a Tardis like wood clad out building with power and lights, that could be a home office or gym as required, and a brick built outhouse, formally the outside loo.
The property has gated off road parking for numerous vehicles.
Other notable features include: gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS IN PLACES.
Cuxham is a small compact village dating back to Medieval times. Most of the village lies within a conservation area. At the east end of the village is Cuxham Mill. Most of the present building dates from the mid-18th century. There is a genuine sense of community within the village with many activities for all age groups.
Cuxham lies roughly equidistant between the large villages of Watlington (1.5 miles) and Chalgrove (2 miles.) Watlington offers a Co op, bakery, and a number of cafes/delis. Chalgrove is very well served with two village shops that cater for day to day needs. There is a florist, post office, chemist and a doctor`s surgery.
The M40 motorway is about 2 & 1⁄2 miles (4 km) from Watlington,with access at junctions 5 and 6. There are frequent coach services to Oxford and London, and to London`s Heathrow and Gatwick airports, from M40 junction 6 at nearby Lewknor. A local bus route links Cuxham to central Oxford. Train stations can be found at Princes Risborough (Chiltern Railways London Marylebone.)
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band G