A fabulous Grade II listed stone and red-brick cottage tucked away just off the village green, offering plenty of living space, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Lovingly and creatively renovated by the current owner, this beautiful home boasts a fascinating blend of original features, reclaimed materials and modern high-end fixtures and fittings.
The kitchen has been made to measure by British Standard and features iroko wood worktops and tumbled travertine flooring. Up-cycled additions contribute to its unique styling making it a lovely room in which to entertain, while a large utility cupboard provides extra storage and hides away white goods.
The sitting room is very spacious with a high ceiling and large bay window, though wide reclaimed floorboards and a fireplace ready for a log burner add a cosy feel. To the rear is a small room that could serve as a study or cloakroom, and a stunning contemporary bathroom complete with Duravit fittings and marble tiles.
Upstairs, the generously proportioned master is served by a highly specced en-suite with spacious walk-in shower. The second bedroom is a single which currently accommodates a bed and study area, and a fully-boarded loft runs the length of the cottage.
Outside, a good-sized, elevated garden runs off the side of the cottage and features a raised deck from which to watch the sun set and enjoy the view opposite, along with a sandstone patio. A drive provides parking for four vehicles, and there is a further low maintenance garden to the front.
All mains services connected. Gas central heating. Grade II Listed.
Is a popular village with a strong community spirit. Residents have recently purchased The White House pub which opened in 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 five miles away with direct trains to London Marylebone and Bicester Village.