Situated down a pretty lane in this sought after Cotswold village, an utterly charming period cottage, much improved by the current owners yet retaining many original features and exposed timbers. The cottage has an individual layout, cleverly providing flexible accommodation and with the benefit of two entrances, one into a boot room/utility and one into an attractive entrance hall with cloak/shower room and then onto the dining room with its French windows out to the garden. Further ground floor accommodation includes a quirky kitchen/breakfast room, a study and a large dual aspect sitting room with a wood burning stove.
Upstairs there is a large master bedroom, 2 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor with a further attic/guest bedroom and study area on the second floor.
Outside there is an attractive, mature walled garden with a terrace perfect for al-fresco dining, an area of lawn, well stocked borders and a vegetable patch. To the front there is parking for 3 vehicles. The property is Grade II listed.
Located in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds' rolling hills between Burford and Chipping Norton, Shipton-under-Wychwood is a thriving village with a railway station, bus services to Witney and Oxford, plus rail links to Charlbury and Kingham. The village benefits from various amenities and facilities including a village shop, post office, public houses, church, library and petrol station. Primary schooling can be found in nearby Milton-Under-Wychwood and there are excellent secondary schools in Burford and Chipping Norton. Popular independent schools, Kingham Hill and Cokethorpe are within an easy drive.
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