Quintessential country cottage in picturesque Cotswold hamlet.
With origins believed to date 1800s The Old Post Office is constructed of Cotswold stone beneath a part slate/part Sunnyside slate roof and was extended in the late twentieth century. Full of character, the charming detached cottage retains an abundance of period features including pretty window seats, exposed timbers and Inglenook fire places. Well maintained by the current owner, the property today offers cosy, bright accommodation. Entered through the welcoming entrance porch to two reception rooms, which are bright due to their dual aspect windows. The dining room has a wood burning stove set in an Inglenook fireplace the sitting room a splendid open fireplace. Overlooking the cottage garden, the kitchen has integrated appliances including ceramic hob, electric oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer with space for a little breakfast table. From the kitchen a really useful boot room/utility area leads to the cloakroom and there is a rear door to the garden and terrace area. On the first floor are three bedrooms, one with ensuite shower and a family bathroom.
Outside, the property enjoys a gravel parking area to the front and steps and pathway lead to the cottage. The pretty garden is landscaped with a sun trap terrace area in front of the kitchen. To the side of the property is a covered store area.
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This idyllic Cotswold cottage is cosy and bright. Situated in a rural hamlet, it is still very well located with Charlbury station just 3 miles away.Nicky QuentelProperty agent