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An outstanding Grade II Listed 17th Century cottage that has been remodelled and extended in the 19th century with a more recent glass and oak conservatory currently used as a dining room. The cottage has been renovated very sympathetically and many character features retained. The bespoke hand made kitchen has a feature butchers block work surface and space for an AGA. The Belfast sink unit has a contrasting granite work surface. There are base and eye level cupboards, a plate rack and space for a dishwasher. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room. In addition to the conservatory, there are two further reception rooms, the main room having a feature stone inglenook fireplace with Bessemer beam and original seat and wood burning stove.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with stylish ensuite bathroom with feature wash hand basin, roll top bath and shower over. There are two further bedrooms and shower room. Above the double garage is a 22'7 room and a shower room. There is outside office/bedroom with shower room in the converted barn. Bespoke hardwood shutters in Laura Ashley colours are fitted in the main house to many of the rooms.
Stanton Harcourt is located north of the River Thames and south of the market town of Witney and west of Eynsham. The village itself consists of many period properties around Harcourt Manor House, a public house and a well regarded primary school. The property is very well positioned for Cokethorpe School and of all the Oxford and Abingdon schools. There is good access both to London, Oxford, Abingdon, Swindon and Cheltenham. London is accessible by train from both Long Hanborough and Didcot railway station.
The cottage sits in grounds of just under a fifth of an acre. The property is accessed via electric oak gates providing privacy and security. The driveway has off road parking for several vehicles and leads to the double garage with room above.
The main garden is laid to lawn with mature well stocked planted borders, a stone paved area provides space for al fresco dining, there are two raised vegetable beds and compost area. A separate barn has been converted into an office/bedroom with shower room which would be suitable as guest accommodation.
Master Bedroom ensuite
3 further Bedrooms
Outside Office/Bedroom & Shower Room
Double Garage with Room & Shower Room above
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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