A well-presented and recently updated Cotswold stone, three bedroom cottage that combines period charm with the attraction of a large and modern kitchen/dining room and bi-fold doors onto a good-sized garden.
This mid-terraced cottage is thought to date from around 1855 and thanks to its exposed stone interior walls, old beams and fireplace still has heaps of character. There's a handy ground floor WC, and upstairs a modern family bathroom serves the three bedrooms, two of which are doubles and the third a single or study.
The pretty rear garden has been landscaped and features a generous dining terrace and lawn along with a useful garden office.
All mains services connected. Gas central heating.
Is an attractive village with an excellent range of amenities and a good bus service into both Oxford and Witney, each some six miles away. Amenities include a Co-op, butchers, bakery, off-licence, Post Office, cafes and a choice of pubs, as well as a library, Health Centre and hairdresser. Families are well catered for with toddler groups, a primary school and the highly reputable Bartholomew Secondary School, while sports clubs and societies cater for all age groups and interests.