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An attractive Grade II Listed detached cottage dating back to the mid 17th century. The cottage was comprehensively remodelled and refurbished in the early 1960’s from two separate cottages re thatched in 2015 and is now in need of updating giving the new owner the opportunity of putting their own mark on to the cottage. There is a fabulous 651 sqft detached studio added in the 1970’s with its own access at the foot of the garden, perfect for conversion into another property or annexe subject to the relevant permissions, consents and your own investigations.
You enter into a reception hall with a cloaks cupboard. To your right is the cloakroom, and ahead of you the kitchen which looks out over the garden. To the left of the kitchen is the fabulous, characterful sitting and dining room with parquet flooring, an exposed brick chimney breast with copper hood over the fireplace which is open to both the sitting and dining rooms. Doors lead out onto the patio, with windows looking out to the front, and stairs lead up to the first floor.
Upstairs are four double bedrooms, three of which have high ceilings and exposed beams in the walls and ceilings and a modern family bathroom.
Sutton Courtenay is an attractive and historic Thameside village, with a welcoming and active local community. The excellent local facilities include a village hall, primary and preschool, local convenience stores and post office, cricket, football and tennis club, and three excellent public houses as well as The Fish, a gastro pub that is well known for its excellent food. Sutton Courtenay Abbey is a small retreat and conference centre, and organises a programme of evening and weekend events and chamber music concerts. A comprehensive range of day to day facilities can be found in both Abingdon and Didcot, and there are farmers' markets regularly held and many local farms that sell directly to the public from their own shops. Being so close to Abingdon, Sutton Courtenay is ideally located for its secondary schools and the European School, St Helen & St Katharine, Our Lady's and Abingdon School and Prep Schools including the Manor, Chandlings and Our Lady's Junior School, with the excellent schools of Oxford further afield. London is 45 minutes by train from Didcot Parkway and Oxford lies 10 miles to the north, with Abingdon three miles away.
The cottage is beautifully located on the village green, in the village conservation area. The front garden is screened by a mature hedge, and is laid to lawn with off street parking and a side gate to the rear. The garage is to the side of the property, with a driveaway leading up to it. The rear garden is again laid prominently to lawn, with landscaped mature trees and shrub and the studio and additional parking access off All Saints Lane.
Sitting / Dining Room
Detached Self Contained Two Storey Studio
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