A delightful two bedroom detached period property which has been sympathetically updated throughout, maintaining its cottage charm & original character, dating back approximately 200 years set in the sought-after village of Chinnor.
The accommodation briefly comprises open plan living/dining room featuring a characterful inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove and alcove with built in storage either side, original beams, a box-bay window to the front, under stairs storage and access through a stable style door to the courtyard garden.
The kitchen has been recently refurbished with new eye and wait level units, solid wood work tops, electric hob and fan oven, new flooring and space for white goods. The downstairs shower room has also been updated with new flooring, shower and a heated towel rail.
Upstairs, both the main double bedroom and second bedroom boast character features and benefit from built in wardrobes and new carpets.
Outside there is a courtyard patio, a great space for entertaining in the summer months and opposite the property is a good size garden, which is versatile, currently half slate shingle and half used for off street parking, there is a good-sized outhouse at the bottom of the garden, which is insulated with electrics and plumbing, used as a utility area and for storage but could be transformed into a summerhouse or office space.
Other notable features include: Natural fire and electric heating system, new boiler and cold water tank, double or secondary glazing throughout.
Situated at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, Chinnor is a popular village conveniently situated on the Oxfordshire/Buckinghamshire borders. Within the village there are good local facilities including a variety of shops, churches, pubs and restaurants, post office, doctor`s surgery, a nursery and two combined schools. Chinnor lies within catchment for the highly regarded Lord Williams`s secondary school in Thame.
Chinnor offers excellent transport links with the M40(Junction 6) is within 3 miles giving access to Oxford(20 miles), High Wycombe(13 miles), London(48 miles) and Princes Risborough mainline station is within 5 miles (Marylebone 35 minutes).
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 C