Burrows Hill, Ewelme, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 6HR | Property for sale | Savills
901 sq ft(83.71 sq m)
Guide price £475,000(€561,874)

Burrows HillEwelme, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 6HR

    Key features

    • Located in the scenic village of Ewelme
    • Delightful cottage garden with potential
    • Kitchen breakfast room, separate sitting room and study
    • Two bedrooms a bathroom and shower room
    • No onward chain

    A charming two bedroom semi-detached cottage, in the heart of the village.

    About this property

    • Chaucer Cottage is a delightful semi-detached cottage that features two bedrooms and boasts a warm and inviting atmosphere.

      Upon entering, you are welcomed by an entrance hall that leads seamlessly into the delightful kitchen breakfast room. Adjacent to it is a cozy sitting room, complete with a grand fireplace adorned with a wood burner.

      Completing the ground floor accommodation, you will find a bedroom and a shower room. At the opposite end of the cottage, there is a versatile reception room that can serve as an extra bedroom or a study/office, catering to your specific needs.

      On the first floor there is a spacious double bedroom and a well-appointed bathroom.

      Outside, the cottage is accessed via a tranquil no-through lane. A charming wooden gate welcomes you into a courtyard and front garden, offering a delightful outdoor space to enjoy.

      Additionally, there is a separate garden located further up the lane that could have a home office or parking created (subject to the usual consents). There are convenient parking facilities are also available in the vicinity.

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    I like the fact thus cottage is nestled in the picturesque village of Ewelme and captures the essence of idyllic village life.

    Charlie ChavasseProperty agent

    Local information

    • Ewelme is a pretty Oxfordshire village nestled at the foot of The Chilterns, an AONB.
    • The village's notable features are Ewelme Parish Church, an exquisite medieval church dating back to the 15th century and Ewelme Church of England Primary School, which has been operating for over 600 years housed in a picturesque building. There is a village store and coffee shop and popular pub, The Shepherd's Hut. The pond, in the centre of the village, is the source of Ewelme Brook, which fed the once famous watercress beds, now a managed nature reserve.
    • Surrounded by rolling hills and picturesque countryside, Ewelme offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities and leisurely walks. The village is situated along the Chiltern Way, a popular long-distance footpath that meanders through stunning landscapes, including woodlands, fields, and rivers. National road and rail links are easily and swiftly accessed via the M40 and Cholsey and Didcot stations.
    • Nearby Wallingford is ideal for everyday shopping requirements with its market, supermarket and many independent shops. Cultural interests are well served by Dorchester-on-Thames with its ancient Abbey and historic Oxford.

    Additional information

    • Agents Note, photos taken June 2023
    • Directions: Leave Henley-on-Thames, proceed up The Fairmile (A4130) towards Wallingford, passing through Nettlebed. After approximately 3 miles turn right into the Old London Road, signposted Ewelme. Follow the signs to the village and at the bottom of the hill, bear round to the left. Take the first right into Burrows Hill and the property will be found on the right.
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: D