STAMP DUTY PAID* - A generous detached family home - part of a select development on Cumnor Hill, with far reaching views across local countryside - 2683 sqft.
Fieldfare House is a generous detached family home forming part of the select development, Vale View by renowned local developers Oxford Homes. Situated in a sought after location, the property provides versatile living accommodation and enjoys uninterrupted views across open countryside.
A statement front door opens in to a expansive hallway with contemporary glass and steel staircase leading to a gallery landing on the first floor.
The comfortable living room has double doors that open into the kitchen/breakfast/dining area to the rear of the house. The contemporary kitchen is fitted with quartz stone worktops and high quality Neff integrated appliances. A roof lantern ensures this space is flooded with natural light, whilst two sets of French doors provide access to the garden.
A separate study/occasional bedroom, utility room, store and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor, the master suite has a balcony which provides secluded, elevated views across countryside; a dressing room and en suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms, one with en suite facilities and a well appointed family bathroom.
Outside, the gardens are landscaped with mature trees providing privacy. A deep patio provides a private seating area adjacent the kitchen/breakfast room and low hedging ensures views across fields and countryside beyond.
There is parking for four/five vehicles to the front of the property including two covered spaces in a car-barn
For an appointment to view or for further information please call Savills on 01865 269010.
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Fieldfare House forms part of a select development by renowned local developers, Oxford Homes. situated at the top of Cumnor Hill, the property provides generous living accommodation and enjoys uninterrupted southerly views across local countryside.Sasha Parker-Smith