Agent Details

Martyn R Cox & Co

Tel: 01993 779020



Key Features

  • Victorian conversion with extensions and annexe
  • Three bedrooms in main dwelling
  • One/two bedrooms in annexe
  • Good size plot
  • Lovely location
  • Stylish and contemporary
  • Twin carport
  • Gardens
  • No onward chain

Summary

Beautifully renovated, this three bedroom detached home with annexe and twin carport is in a delightful setting on the fringe of the village. The main part of the property is a Victorian conversion, blended with new extensions at either end.

Accommodation

Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/diner, utility/ cloakroom, three bedrooms, large family bath/shower room, gas central heating and double glazing, ANNEXE: Reception room/bedroom, further bedroom, shower room and gas central heating.

Situation

The property has been beautifully restored and extended to create a unique home with a charming exterior, carefully blended with a stylish, contemporary interior.  The annexe ensures genuinely flexible living space for a variety of uses and situations. The property is positioned within a good size plot on the banks of a brook and offers generous parking facilities in conjunction with a large timber double carport.  No onward chain.

Description

The accommodation is arranged as follows:- (All measurements are approximate).

Entrance door to

ENTRANCE LOBBY:  Radiator and doors to utility/cloakroom and sitting room.

SITTING ROOM:  18'2" x 12'10" (5.54m x 3.91m).  Double glazed windows to front and rear, two radiators, staircase to first floor with cupboard under, feature fireplace with wood surround and arch to kitchen/diner.

KITCHEN/DINER:  22'6" x 14'9" (6.86m x 4.5m).  Double glazed windows to front, sides and rear, two Velux windows to part vaulted roof, part tiling to walls, Belfast sink  with cupboard under.  Range of matching base units, cupboards and drawers, wall units, wooden work surfaces, plumbing for a dishwasher, fitted electric oven and grill, fitted fridge/freezer, radiator, stable door to front of property and French doors to garden.

UTILITY/CLOAKROOM:  Double glazed window to rear, range of wall and base units, wooden work surfaces, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, heated towel rail and plumbing for a washing machine.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING:  Light tubes, airing cupboard housing gas boiler and radiator.

BEDROOM 1:  14'9" x 11'9" (4.5m x 3.58m).  Double glazed window to side and two Velux windows. Radiator.

BEDROOM 2:  10'5" x 9'3" (3.18m x 2.82m).  Double glazed window to front and radiator.

BEDROOM 3:  9'5" x 9'2" (2.87m x 2.79m) average.  Double glazed window to front and radiator.

BATH/SHOWER ROOM:  Double glazed window to front, bath with mixer spray unit, double shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, part tiling to walls, extractor fan, radiator and exposed timber.

DOUBLE CARPORT:  Timber framed with large gravel driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles.

GARDEN: Unmeasured, surrounding the property.  Approached via five bar gate to property with paved and lawn areas, flower beds.

ANNEXE:  

HALLWAY:  Doors to all rooms.

RECEPTION/BEDROOM 2:  17'2" x 13'0" (5.23m x 3.96m).  Two Velux windows, three double glazed windows to front and radiator.

BEDROOM:  13'1" x 12'5" (3.99m x 3.78m) Irregular shape.  Double glazed window to front and Velux window.  Radiator.

SHOWER ROOM:  Shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, gas boiler and heated towel rail. 

SERVICES:  All mains services are connected to the property.  Gas radiator central heating.

COUNCIL TAX:  Band D £ 1707.96
Note:  The property is situated with Bampton Conservation Area.

Directions: From Witney proceed on the A4095 to Bampton. Continue through the town and out on the Buckland Road. After about 1/4 mile the cottage will be seen on the right immediately after Fisher's Bridge. 

Bampton is a very popular small town with an interesting combination of architectural styles and considerable history with a beautiful church and primary school.  The town has excellent facilities including a village store, doctors' surgery, pharmacy, bank, butcher, library, hairdressers, post office, newsagents, numerous clubs, inns and restaurants.  It has also been used for filming most of the exterior shots for the television drama series Downton Abbey.  There is a very strong sense of community and tradition which adds to the appeal of this much favoured location.

Disclaimer

Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008

The property details listed are for guidance only and complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. If there is any point which is of particular importance or unclear, verification should be obtained. The details do not constitute a contract or part thereof and no guarantee can be given with regard to planning permissions or fitness for purpose. No apparatus, equipment, fixture or fitting has been tested. Title deeds have not been seen and buyers are advised to seek clarification from their solicitor concerning tenure. Items shown in photographs are not necessarily included. Interested parties are advised to check availability and make an appointment to view before travelling to see a property. All measurements are approximate.

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