WE ARE OPEN & CARRYING OUT PHYSICAL VIEWINGS. Extended period cottage in desirable area with southerly facing garden and parking
Originally two adjoining cottages with barn, constructed pre-1800's, now combined to create a period cottage with flexible accommodation and separate home office in the driveway. Set in a desirable area close to local amenities, convenient for Finstock Halt and Charlbury stations.
Entrance hall/third reception room with cloakroom leading to attractive sitting room with Art Noveau cast fire surround with gas flame effect fire. "L" shaped drawing room/part conservatory with double doors to the rear garden with stone surround fireplace with wood burner. Double aspect country kitchen with bespoke antique pine kitchen units, space for a range cooker, part granite worktop, sink and open to utility room. Stable door to the rear garden.
First floor - three double bedrooms with bedroom one having a walk-through dressing room which current owners consider could be converted to an en suite. Updated family bathroom with bespoke vanity unit and large walk-in shower.
The property has charming period features throughout with exposed beams, stone fireplace and bespoke pine latch and brace doors. We are advised that the conservatory needs some maintenance. There is also mains gas.
The former garage was converted by the present owners into a home office, with built-in workstations, power and broadband; adjacent is a useful storage area. Possible scope to convert office to annexe (STPP). Gardens to front, side and rear, partly laid to lawn bound by mature hedging, trees and shrubs, with landscaped entertaining space comprising patio with pergola and integral seating, and raised beds with recent planting. Gravelled off-street parking for up to four cars. Fibre has been laid and superfast broadband is available throughout the village. The property is set in a popular conservation area overlooking heath-land and the ancient Wychwood Forest. Blackberry Lane, a bridleway, runs alongside the length of the plot and is in regular use by walkers and riders alike, providing a short-cut to Finstock high street.
The property is set in a popular village with local amenities to include a community shop and Post Office, church, pub (The Plough Inn), primary school, Woodpecker pre-school, great playground, relatively new Village Hall with regular societies, clubs & classes, The Finstock Ale beer festival, Finstock Festival, school & church fetes, served by Milk & More, takeaway & supermarket deliveries. Bus service to Witney and Chipping Norton.
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Previous Planning Application (Erection of two storey & first floor extensions and erection of new garage)