Chapel Lane, Roke, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 6JE | Property for sale | Savills
1,556 sq ft(144.56 sq m)
Guide price £800,000(€912,169)

Chapel LaneRoke, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 6JE

    Key features

    • Charming detached period cottage in Roke
    • Pretty Cotswold's stone Façade
    • Neptune kitchen with Lacanche range cooker
    • Versatile living space with additional three reception rooms
    • Three bedrooms and two bathrooms
    • Beautifully manicured south-facing garden

    A delightful Cotswold's stone cottage with immaculate rear garden.

    About this property

    • Old Stone Cottage is a charming detached home which originates from the early c.18th century. The grade II listed home has a pretty Cotswold's stone exterior and a private south-facing garden. The abundance of character features have been complimented by a modern interior and upgraded finish.

      As you enter through the front door you are greeted by a meticulously designed Neptune kitchen. The kitchen boasts an array of storage units and marble work surfaces. It comes equipped with modern integrated appliances, including a Lacanche range cooker and Quooker tap for hot and sparkling water. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room, also furnished by Neptune, featuring bespoke storage units beneath a wooden worktop and provides access to a convenient cloakroom which is decorated in Farrow and ball wallpaper.

      Moving towards the rear of the house, you'll discover the dining room, seamlessly connected to the kitchen. Here you'll find a fitted Neptune bench with a seat that offers additional storage. A doorway leads to the study, which boasts French doors opening up to the garden.

      A hallway extends from the kitchen, leading you to the cozy sitting room. This inviting space features a fireplace with a
      inglenook fireplace with bread oven and a staircase leading to bedroom two. Connected to the sitting room is the garden room, characterized by exposed stone walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and French doors that lead out to the garden. It also has underfloor heating to allow for use in all seasons.

      Ascending to the first floor, you'll find two bedrooms and two shower rooms, each accessible via separate staircases. Finally, on the second floor, you'll discover bedroom three.

      Outside: A beautiful arched gate stands as a decorative entrance, guiding visitors along a paved pathway towards the front door with a wooden framed porch. On either side of the property, access is provided to the rear. The front showcases tiered flower beds, adorned with vibrant blooms, accentuated by a charming stone wall. Additionally, wooden sleeper lavender-filled flower beds add a touch of natural elegance to the surroundings.

      The front garden can be accessed via the gravel driveway, which accommodates parking space for two cars and leads to a well-equipped garage. The garage has power and lighting, as well as an inspection pit for vehicle maintenance. Additionally, there are two pedestrian doors for convenient entry and exit.

      The beautifully designed rear garden is oriented towards the South East and offers sunshine throughout the day. The mature landscaping creates a serene ambiance, with the centerpiece being a spacious split-level paved terrace, complete with a retaining wall and raised flower beds.

      The garden features a meticulously maintained lawn that is bordered by flourishing, well-stocked flower beds, adorned with a variety of large shrubs and trees. Additionally, the garden boasts a dedicated vegetable garden. There is a practical log storage area and a shed provide convenient storage solutions for garden essentials. The boundaries of the garden are defined by a timber fence, ensuring privacy.

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    I appreciate the charming Cotswold stone and beautifully kept garden.

    Adam SayersProperty agent

    Local information

    • Old Stone Cottage is set in the beautiful rural Oxfordshire village of Roke that has a vibrant community with neighboring villages, the highly sought after local pub "Home Sweet Home" and active village hall.
    • The nearby village of Benson has facilities including shops, library, church, village hall and primary school. Just about 5 miles away you have the market town of Watlington, set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with many amenities to include, butchers, deli, coffee shop, post office, supermarket and public houses.
    • The market town of Wallingford is 7 miles away and provides extensive shopping and recreational amenities. Larger supermarkets, and a wider range of shopping and leisure facilities are available in Henley-on-Thames 13 miles, or Oxford 11 miles.
    • The M25 and Heathrow airport are accessible via the M40 to the north (junction 6) or the M4 to the south (junction 12) providing easy access to London, the Midlands and West country.
    • Rail links to the City can be found at Didcot, Cholsey and Reading via the Elizabeth Line to London Paddington and the City.
    • There is independent schooling nearby, of excellent repute including Cranford House, Moulsford Preparatory School, Abingdon School, Radley and Headington.
    • Watlington has the Oxfordshire Bus Partnership servicing the main independent Oxford schools such as Dragon and Magdalen College School. There are also well-regarded state schools in Ewelme, Watlington and Wallingford.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From our office in Bell Street, continue into Northfield End. At the second mini roundabout carry straight on towards Oxford. Drive through Nettlebed and Nuffield towards Wallingford. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Benson onto the A4074 After 1.7 miles turn right into Church Road, right at the T junction towards the village and immediately left into the Watlington Road (B4009). Follow this road through the village for 0.8 mile until you see the left hand turning to Roke. Follow the road until you come to a right hand turn into the village centre, turn left at the Home Sweet Home and take the next left into Chapel Lane and the cottage is on the left.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E