Enchanting home in the heart of idyllic Oxfordshire village.
Situated on the pretty square in the village The Butterhouse is one of a row of dwellings converted from former farm buildings in the late 1980s. The mid terrace property is built of local stone beneath a pitched tile roof and was updated by the current owners in the early 2000s.
Accommodation is configured with a front porch leading to the internal hall. The sitting room is double aspect with doors on to the terrace, working fireplace and fitted cupboards and shelves. The dining room, also with French door to the garden, has convenient access to the kitchen. The kitchen breakfast room has fitted units and appliances include, gas hob, electric oven and dishwasher. The breakfast area has a door to the garden and also leads to the utility room and useful den/study room.
First floor accommodation is accessed by two separate staircases. The principal bedroom, bathroom and a single bedroom (currently used as a study) with en suite shower room are on one wing and stairs from the breakfast room lead to two further bedrooms and a bathroom. All the bedrooms have fitted cupboards.
Walled gardens to the rear are west facing with a rose covered pergola shading the terrace area. A path leads to a very useful outhouse/garden store, which itself opens out to access to the single garage and parking space to the rear of the property.
Agents note: The garage and parking space are accessed via Knaptons Croft, a private shared road, to the rear of the property. Managed by the residents, £125 per year paid as contribution for management and upkeep.
Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity. Security alarm.
Fixtures & Fittings
Those items mentioned in the details are included in the sale. The fridge, white goods and other items may be available by separate negotiation. Contact selling agents for further information.
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This is a super property that could work equally well for upsizers or downsizers with the accommodation being versatile depending on needs. The location is great on the little market square in the village, and with a station at Lower Heyford, and good access to Oxford, Bicester and the M40 its very well connected for a country setting!Nicky Quentel