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Recently refurbished to the owners high and very exacting standards the cottage beautifully blends the benefits of modern living with air source heating with under floor heating throughout the ground floor and the character of a period cottage with hand crafted doors and bespoke oak staircase. It sits along a shared gravelled drive also leading to the neighbouring property with wonderful views to the historic windmill and the countryside beyond.
The hallway is perfect for muddy boots or paws after enjoying the beautiful countryside walks around the area. Ahead of you from the hallway is a fabulous cloakroom, and to your left the bright and spacious living, dining and kitchen area has stone flooring, a bright modern kitchen, and windows to all four sides including folding doors leading out onto the private patio. Off the dining area the sitting room with oak flooring and an attractive fireplace with a wood burning stove and is dual aspect once again including folding doors onto the private patio. Upstairs on the first floor the master bedroom suite runs the width of the house with fabulous views to the windmill and countryside beyond. The dressing area has a wall of bespoke wardrobes and the en suite shower room with a frosted glass partition with a sliding door and under floor heating. Continuing along the landing are a further double bedroom and the family bathroom with a roll top bath compliments the high specification. The second floor has the third bedroom with solid wood flooring and another spacious shower room on the far side of the landing.
Brill is an extremely attractive hill top village with panoramic views over rolling countryside, an historic windmill on the common and a village green. The general store, newsagent’s, butcher’s, post office, pubs, sports & social club, highly regarded primary school, doctor’s surgery, plus ease of access to the M40 and mainline railway stations (Haddenham & Thame Parkway & Bicester North and Village) mean that its popularity is enduring. For day to day shopping the market town of Thame offers a selection of supermarkets and independent shops and the proximity of Brill to the Oxfordshire border means that it falls within catchment for the excellent secondary Lord Williams’s School in Thame, or the selective (Grammar) schools in Aylesbury or alternatively the proximity to Oxford means that the highly regarded independent schools are also easily accessible.
Outside are two parking spaces and a small area of garden to the front whilst the rear garden comprises an enclosed paved patio with raised flower beds.
Kitchen Family Dining Room
Ensuite Shower Room
Two Parking Spaces
Private Patio Garden
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