Savills | Main Road, East Hagbourne, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 9LR | Property for sale
1,828 sq ft(169.83 sq m)
Guide price £815,000

Main RoadEast Hagbourne, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 9LR

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Charming cottage in the heart of the village
  • Wonderful period features throughout
  • two/three reception rooms
  • two/three bedrooms, two en suite showers, bathroom
  • Attractive cottage garden, off street parking
  • Excellent access to Didcot Parkway train station
  • Popular village pub, village store and post office

Characterful and picturesque Grade II listed cottage, in the heart of a popular village.

About this property

  • Dating back the the C17th, Norah's Cottage is Grade II listed and steeped in character including beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace with wood burner and a vaulted ceiling in what was previously the barn. The property was totally refurbished some seven years ago, including re thatching, re wiring, re plumbing with new bathrooms and underfloor heating installed.

    The kitchen/breakfast room has freestanding units, in keeping with the character of the cottage, and a Mercury range cooker. The sitting and dining rooms are a delight and atmospheric with their myriad beams and big fireplace in the sitting room. What was a barn has been creatively converted into a studio space, presently used as a home office, but lends itself to multiple uses including a large dining room for special occasions or a large fourth bedroom, as there is an en suite shower room adjoining this room. Also downstairs is a further bathroom and a large utility/storage room.

    The main staircase leads up to two double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room. There are substantial fitted wardrobes in main bedroom as well as under eaves storage and access to attic storage. The second staircase opens to the third bedroom, currently used as a den/TV room, with an interconnecting door to bedroom two.

    Outside
    The property has electric gates opening to a parking area for two cars. The front and rear gardens have been landscaped with much of the lawn laid to wild flower turf. There is a substantial garden shed and an electric charging point.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Go inside this chocolate box cottage and and you will find a variety of special treats. Everything you would expect from a lovely period cottage but with wonderfully flexible and generous space.

Charles Elsmore-WickensProperty agent

Local information

  • East Hagbourne is a pretty village within a conservation area. It provides easy access to the motorway network via the A34, and the rail network via Didcot Parkway with trains to London Paddington from 42 minutes.
  • There is a thriving village community which boasts a church, village hall, shop, post office, primary school and The Fleur de Lys popular pub. There are numerous footpaths and bridleways to enjoy from the village, including up onto The Ridgeway.
  • Day to day shopping requirements are well served by two large supermarkets in Didcot or the nearby pretty market town of Wallingford.
  • There is an excellent choice of schools in the area, both state and private, in Abingdon, Moulsford, Oxford and Didcot.

Additional information

  • Fixtures and fittings
  • Those items mentioned in these sale particulars are included in the freehold sale. All other fixtures, fittings, garden ornaments and furnishings are expressly excluded. Certain such items may be available by separate negotiation. Further information should be obtained from Savills.
  • Services
  • All mains services are connected.
  • Gas central heating.
  • Brochure prepared and photographs taken March 2022
  • Directions: From Oxford, take the A34 south. Turn off at the Milton Interchange towards Didcot. Continue along the A4130. At the first roundabout, continue straight on and at the second roundabout continue on to station Road. Pass the train station on your left and continue along this road, passing the Orchard Shopping Centre on your right. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Jubilee way towards East Hagbourne. Continue on to New Road. At the war memorial, take the right hand turn on to main road. Continue through the village, past the Fleur de Lys Public House. As the road bends to the right, Norah's cottage can be seen straight ahead. Distances Abingdon 9 miles, Wallingford 7 miles, Moulsford 8 miles, Oxford 14 miles, Didcot Parkway (frequent trains to London Paddington from 42 mins) 2 miles, Central London 56 miles (Distances are approximate).
  • EPC Rating = C
  • Tenure = Freehold