A charming, 3 bedroom semi detached period cottage built from Cotswold stone and tastefully refurbished throughout.
An enclosed front porch leads into a well-proportioned sitting/dining room, which features herringbone wood flooring, wood-burning stove, exposed beams and cast iron radiators. To the rear is a beautifully presented kitchen/breakfast room with sandstone flooring and French doors, opening onto a landscaped garden and views beyond. Off the kitchen is a utility/shower/cloakroom (all utility areas upstairs and down have underfloor heating). The first floor, has solid oak flooring throughout. The master bedroom benefits from a vaulted ceiling and features an open fireplace and exposed stone wall. There are two further bedrooms, plus a light and airy family bathroom with roll top bath and glazed Fired Earth tiles.
At the front is a large, mature cottage style garden with side access, leading to a rear landscaped garden, featuring a pergola and timber shed. The property is within easy walking distance of the town centre amenities. Permission has been granted to create off-street parking to the front of the property.
Woodstock is a thriving market town located north of Oxford and on the edge of Blenheim Estate, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town has a charming centre with a wide range of shops, hotels and restaurants and is an excellent place to bring up a family with well respected schooling for all ages and an active local community. There is good access to the well known Oxford schools and there is a variety of commuter options for Oxford, London & the Midlands including regular buses to Oxford Parkway station providing fast (approx 55 mins) trains to Marylebone. Soho Farmhouse is approx 10 minute drive away.
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