This immaculate three-bedroom family home occupies a quite no through road in the sough-after village of Bladon, offering a well proportioned living arrangement, field views and ease of access to Blenheim Palace, one of Britain's finest world heritage sites.
Key features include a reception room with wood burning stove, a modern kitchen/dining room, and a second reception room with French doors to the garden, perfect for use as a study, snug or playroom. Additionally, there is a ground floor cloakroom, ample storage and separate side access leading to the rear of the plan. On the first floor there is a large master bedroom overlooking the rear garden and open fields beyond. there are two further bedrooms, a family bathroom and large storage area.
Externally, the mature rear garden oozes charm and is a key attraction, featuring a patio seating area, raised beds, mature boarders and lawn. At the end of the garden is a summerhouse and a decked seating area, taking full advantage of the views over adjacent fields.
To the front of the house is a paved driveway and graveled seating area. Lovely country walks from the top of Heath Lane are just a stone's throw away.
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.