Main Street, Hethe
- Desirable Village Location
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Renovated Throughout to a High Standard
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- South Facing
- Cottage Garden
- Sitting Room with Feature Fireplace
- Off-Road Parking
- Original Features
- Oil Fired Central Heating
This stone built cottage has been completely renovated throughout to provide charming accommodation, boasting a wealth of original features and finished to the highest level of quality and detail throughout.
It is the ideal property for those who wish to be part of a village community whilst avoiding the hustle and bustle of everyday living or equally as a second home making it the perfect "Escape To The Country".
It offers well proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors.
The charming south facing aspect sitting room is light and spacious with a feature inglenook fireplace and log burner with french doors that provide access to the courtyard front garden.
The kitchen/dining room has been refurbished to a high specification, fitted with plenty of wooden wall and base units with solid oak work surfaces the perfect place for an aspiring chef or to entertain with family and friends.
To the first floor the master bedroom with built in wardrobes enjoys views over the front garden. There is a further double bedroom and family bathroom which have been completely refurbished. Exposed stonework and whitewashed walls add charm to these very pretty rooms.
Outside the off-road parking is accessed via a shared gravel driveway to the side of the property, the side garden is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked shrub and floral beds. Two gates provide access to the side and rear of the garden.
This gem of a village with very little passing traffic has a real community feel with various activities for all ages and includes the popular Muddy Duck pub and restaurant located in the heart of Hethe. The area also has an excellent selection of both private and state schools including Winchester House in Brackley, Beachborough School in Westbury, Tudor Hall and Bloxham School near Banbury, Stowe School near Buckingham and some excellent schools in nearby Oxford.
The vibrant village of Hethe is approximately 6 miles North West of Bicester. Nearby Junction 10 of the M40 offers commuter access to London, M25 and Birmingham.
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 road 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. Bicester Town offers a service to Oxford and has been upgraded to provide a further route 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.