A charming, characterful cottage believed to date back to around 1750, set in the heart of this popular village away from the main road. Access is through a pretty front garden, with the front door opening into a cosy sitting room complete with log burning stove. Adjacent to the sitting room is a dining room that could easily double as a study area. This leads on to the kitchen, which has a view of the garden, and a bathroom which benefits from a separate shower cubicle. Upstairs are two high-ceilinged double bedrooms, one of which offers handy built-in storage.
Outside, the garden is to the front of the cottage and boasts a private seating area with pretty cottage planting and a built-in storage room. A short, pleasant walk takes you through the local churchyard past Winston Churchill's grave and the highly-regarded primary school, to the village pub, allotments and sports pitch and beyond to country walks, There is direct pedestrian access to Blenheim Park through which you can enjoy a delightful walk to Woodstock, courtesy of a free local residents' walking permit. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Bladon is an attractive village located within walking distance of Woodstock and with its own much loved community. Its amenities include a popular primary school, a pub reputed to provide excellent food, a pottery and churches of two denominations. Further shopping and leisure facilities are available in Woodstock, Oxford and Witney, all accessible by bus, and it is approximately a mile to Long Hanborough railway station. Bladon is well known as the burial place of Sir Winston Churchill but it also connects with Blenheim Palace, its residents being entitled to a free pass to make use of the gate within the village centre. There are also lovely rural country walks just minutes from the village.
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