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This property's price has dropped from £575,000 to Guide Price £495,000.
Extended and completely renovated, this 17th century Grade II listed cottage has been painstakingly brought back to its origins using reclaimed, natural and environmentally sound materials and traditional building techniques, to create a beautiful and energy efficient home. The ground floor consists of two reception rooms, kitchen, wet room and utility room. The fitted kitchen cupboards are handmade with an elm worktop, and inset porcelain Belfast sink with dishwasher underneath, and a range of antique wall hung units. The ground floor wet room has partially stone tiled walls. Flagstone floors, under floor heating and timbered ceilings throughout, and a wealth of period features including hand made elm shutters, a beautiful cast iron Yorkshire range in the dining room, and an open fireplace in the sitting room with bread oven and salt shelf. New oak framed windows with leaded casements to all rooms. From the sitting room the staircase rises to a double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and original wide elm boards to the floor. A further double bedroom, single bedroom and a bathroom can be accessed from the new elm staircase in the dining room.
Noke has a wealth of period homes, a 13th century church and is on the edge of the beautiful Otmoor nature reserve, with an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways. The pretty village of Islip is approximately one mile away and benefits from a well regarded village school, church, community shop with Post Office facilities and two public houses. Islip station provides main line railway services to Oxford, Bicester, London Paddington and Marylebone. The historic City of Oxford offers a more comprehensive selection of shopping, leisure and educational facilities.
A stone wall to the rear encloses a courtyard garden, giving access to a service cupboard with ground source heat pump. To the front of the cottage is the main garden with well, mature fruit trees, and recently laid, established hedges. There is a pedestrian right of way to neighbouring Briggs Cottage. Planning permission has been granted for a large, single storey outbuilding in the front garden. (Cherwell District Council 15/00899/F)
Ground source Heat Pump to underfloor heating.
Services: Mains water, drains and electricity.
Renewable Heat Insentive scheme: Each quarter the owners recieve £360 for the next 6 years.
Planning Permission granted for: 'the erection of new single storey outbuilding'. Ref: 15/00899/F - Cherwell District Council
College Cottage has won best renovation in the Period Living Readers Home Awards
No Onward Chain.
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