Dating back to the 17th Century and having been in the same family ownership for approximately 125 years, this wonderful three-bedroom period cottage lies in a coveted position, in the heart of a tranquil Cotswold village with far reaching field views to the rear. Whilst refurbishment would be required throughout, the property currently unfolds over nearly 1000 Sq ft of well-balanced living space with a wealth of scope to retain and restore its period charm.
Set back from the street behind a stone wall, the property is accessed via a generous front garden. The façade is characterised by Cotswold stone, exposed timber lintels and attractive timber framed windows. Once inside, there are two reception rooms either side of the entrance hall with original beams overhead. Both reception rooms run the depth of the original cottage and lead to a rear extension, constructed in the 1930s, housing a kitchen/breakfast room and adjoining family bathroom which was added in the 1960s. There are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom on the first floor.
Externally, the rear garden is deceptive (approximately 90ft wide) and currently divided into three distinct sections. There is a low stone wall that provides views over the neighboring paddocks and fields beyond. Additionally, there is a greenhouse, workshop, garden store and lawned front garden.
Please note, there is a right of way over the neighboring property, providing external access to the rear garden.
Leafield is a popular village about 4 miles northwest of Witney in West Oxfordshire. There is a thriving community who benefit from its primary school, local shop, pub, village hall and St Michael's Church which is a stones through from the property. There are good road connections to London via the M40/A40 and The mainline service from Charlbury (4.5 miles away) provides ease of access to Oxford and London Paddington
Mains Water, Drainage, and Electricity connected. Council Tax Band D EPC Rating D