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A Rare Opportunity to Own This Beautiful Four Bedroom Cottage, Set in a Large Plot. Off Road Parking, Garage and Potential to Extend
Croft Cottage is a versatile four bedroom cottage which occupies a substantial plot set in quiet village, a few short miles drive away from Thame, which in itself offers an extensive range of amenities. The property comprises of a country kitchen complete with matching wall and floor units, integral oven, giving access to the rear garden. The dining hall benefits from an inglenook fireplace & cosy log burner. The family room has double doors onto the patio area at the rear and a window to the front. The sitting room is warm and inviting with its centrepiece of an open-brick fireplace complete with log-burning stove, cosy during the colder months but also light and bright in the summer months. The downstairs bathroom has a champagne suite with shower over the bath and room for coats to hang. The original beams in the older parts of the property gives a lovely balance between old and new. Upstairs, the landing with its wooden floor leads to four double bedrooms with built in storage in three of them and windows looking onto the garden and front of the property. Outside the garden has a green house and is laid mainly to lawn with a few borders containing shrubs. A gated access leads through to the detached garage to the side of the house, benefiting from power & lighting and providing ample storage. The driveway is gated and provides off road parking for numerous vehicles. This property sits upon over ½ acre of land and has incredible potential to extend. This is a prime property for updating and making into a large family home in a rural part of Oxfordshire, situated closely to the Phoenix Trail.
Electric heaters- EPC: E
Situation: Towersey is a small rural parish in the North-East corner of South Oxfordshire. The village can be found in the Doomsday Book under its original name of Eye. The name Towersey derives from Richard de Tours, owner of the area whose family became known as the Tours of Eye which modified into Towersey and became the name of the village. It has a pub, the Phoenix Arts Studio and is within proximity to the vibrant, English Market town of Thame., which has a wide range of shops and facilities. The Phoenix Trail is on your doorstep, this is a well-surfaced and traffic-free trail which benefits from magnificent views of the nearby Chiltern Hills, this is a lovely place for bike ride & walking. Towersey is in catchment for the Aylesbury grammar schools and Lord Williams Secondary School. The station, at nearby Haddenham, has access to London Marylebone (fastest train 34 minutes), Bicester, with its international Designer shopping area and Birmingham. The M40 is a short drive away giving access to London, Birmingham, and the northern networks. The property comprises the following with all dimensions being approximate only. Please note that Reaston Brown has not tested appliances or systems and no warranty as to condition or suitability is confirmed or implied. Any prospective purchaser is advised to obtain verification from their surveyor or Solicitor.