A charming Grade II listed period cottage with many original features throughout benefiting from a beautifully presented rear garden with a single garage. Located on a quiet road in the Oxfordshire village of Bucknell. Read more
A charming Grade II listed period cottage with many original features throughout benefiting from a beautifully presented rear garden with a single garage. Located on a quiet road in the Oxfordshire village of Bucknell.
Enter the property via a porch, ideal for throwing off your muddy wellies after a long walk in the countryside. You are then welcomed into a cosy sitting room with a large inglenook fireplace, exposed timber beams, spiral staircase and room for a table and chairs, a perfect space for dining with family and friends.
The kitchen is at the rear of the property which enjoys views over the lovely garden. There are a good number of floor and eye level cupboards, plenty of worksurface and a double sink. There is a downstairs cloakroom which completes the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor there is a sizable landing providing access into both bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is a good size with built in wardrobes. The second bedroom is also a practical size benefiting from views over the rear garden. The family bathroom has been beautifully refurbished to create a modern feel whilst retaining the character of this charming property.
To the outside there is a patio area, ideal for a garden table and chairs, the perfect place to enjoy evening sunshine, or a weekend BBQ. The garden is carefully landscaped with an area of lawn, colourful shrubs and herbaceous borders. The garden room is accessed from the patio and provides a further external room to enjoy the views over the gardens. There is also access into the small garage from the garden which provides storage.
The vibrant village of Bucknell is approximately 4 miles North West of Bicester. Junction 10 of the M40 is a few minutes' drive away and offers commuter access to London, M25 and Birmingham. This gem of a village has a real community feel. The Trigger Pond is a great attraction to the village.
For those with education in mind the village of Fritwell only a mile away has an excellent C of E primary school also offering nursery provision. Wrap around care with the towns of Bicester and Brackley offering further education. The property is also within the catchment of the new Heyford Park Free School.
Bicester is an historic market centre, one of the fastest growing towns in Oxfordshire favoured by the proximity of junction 9 of the M40 motorway linking London and Birmingham. There are good rail links to Oxford, Birmingham and a London commute of under an hour. Bicester North offers a great commuter service to London Marylebone in around 45 minutes and you can reach Birmingham in 1 hour. The newly refurbished Bicester Village Station offers a service to Oxford Parkway and a further service to London Marylebone.
The historic shopping streets have a wide range of local and national shops together with cafes, pubs, restaurants, weekly markets and an occasional French market. Bicester village with 130 luxury boutiques is a dream destination for designer shopping. Bicester Avenue a Wyevale garden centre and Retail Park is one of the largest garden complexes in the UK.