Providence Patch is a gorgeous semi-detached cottage that offers the rare combination of period features, spacious rooms with good ceiling height, a practical layout and updated interiors. A start has been made on converting the garage to living space and it could easily be completed to provide an additional bedroom or reception room, subject to obtaining any necessary consents. There is a stone-built summerhouse with log burning stove, a pretty cottage garden and private parking.
Laid out over three floors, the cottage features vaulted ceilings, wooden beams and exposed Cotswold stone walls. The semi open plan kitchen and dining room are full of character, with french doors out to the garden. The sitting room is well proportioned and features a log burning stove, the two double bedrooms are elegant and the two bathrooms tastefully updated.
To the rear is a quiet cottage garden divided into two 'rooms,' featuring a paved area for dining and an attractive summer house with part glazed roof. At the front of the property is a covered area for storage plus driveway parking.
The property is located on a quiet little road in the popular village of Bladon.
Bladon is a popular village with a strong community spirit. Residents have recently purchased The White House pub which is due to open in the autumn 2020, and the village has allotments and a 'rural' sports area complete with tennis court, football pitch, adventure playground and outdoor gym. There are lovely walks across farmland and through bluebell woods and residents can apply for a walking pass for Blenheim Park, through which Woodstock is a delightful 30 minute stroll. Winston Churchill is buried in the local church. Bladon CofE Primary School has an excellent reputation. There is a local bus service to Oxford and Witney, while Oxford Parkway station is just 5 miles away with direct trains to London Marylebone and Bicester Village.
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