Rose Cottage is a charming stone built period home retaining original features, such as exposed timber beams, yet is perfect suited for modern living with contemporary updates throughout. Situated in the popular village of Bladon, a few minutes' walk from one of Britain's finest world heritage sites, Blenheim Palace and it's stunning grounds.
The house unfolds over approximately 742 sqft of well-proportioned living space and has been finished to a high standard throughout. The ground floor has an attractive dual aspect reception room with wood burning stove and a separate modern kitchen, offering direct access to the rear garden. On the first floor there is a double bedroom and family bathroom with separate shower. There is also a double bedroom on the second floor with built in storage.
Externally, there is a small rear garden and off street parking, with scope to increase the size of the garden should you wish to remove the parking space. There is also a small font garden for planting.
Access to Blenheim Palace is a short walk from the property and provides stunning grounds to explore whether walking or running. The community run village pub and bus stops are nearby. The property is also close to the thriving market town of Woodstock with a Post Office, wide range of shops, hotels, restaurants and pubs. Train links to London and nearby at long Hanborough Station or Oxford Parkway in Kidlington.
Bladon is an attractive village located within walking distance of Woodstock and with its own much loved community. Its amenities include a popular primary school, a pottery and 2 churches. Further shopping and leisure facilities are available in Woodstock, Oxford and Witney, all accessible by bus, and it is approximately a mile to Long Hanborough railway station. Bladon is well known as the burial place of Sir Winston Churchill but it also connects with Blenheim Palace, its residents being entitled to a free pass to make use of the gate within the village centre. There are also lovely rural country walks just minutes from the village.