Willow Glebe is a delightful property set in the heart of the village of Cuxham not far from the market town of Watlington. The property is set centrally within its gardens that lie either side of the property and has a wonderful sense of privacy. The front door opens into the entrance lobby off which is a cloakroom with shower. Another door opens into the entrance hall where an abundance of natural light fills the open plan arrangement of the principle reception rooms. The sitting room to the right is a delightful area where views and access via French windows to the delightful gardens can be made. On colder winter evenings there is a working fireplace to be enjoyed. The dining room lies conveniently between the sitting room and kitchen also enjoying garden views and there is an access onto the patio and garden beyond. The kitchen is fitted with storage units both above and below work tops and there are integrated appliances housed within. There are two doors in the kitchen one of which leads to the garden and the other into an inner courtyard. There are four bedrooms at Willow Glebe which are served by a family bathroom and the separate shower room. All of the bedrooms feature built in wardrobes and the 4th bedroom currently serves as an office.
Cuxham is a small and attractive village with a stream, the Marlbrook, running through. Within the village is the Half Moon pub, village hall and Church. Most of the village lies within a Conservation Area. Nearby is Watlington, an attractive and historic market town positioned on the edge of the Chiltern hills. There are a range of good local shops as well as schools, a doctor's surgery, sports amenities and a public library. J6 of the M40 is within a few miles of the town providing access to London, the Midlands and the thriving towns of Oxford and High Wycombe. Rail services to London Paddington and Oxford are at Didcot and services from Princes Risborough and High Wycombe provide services to Marylebone. The surrounding countryside is some of the most picturesque to be found in the South of England and there is an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways stretching for miles.
At the front of the property there is a hard standing area for cars to be parked in front of the double garage. The delightful gardens that lie either side of the property are an attractive feature. The front garden is bounded by high sided mature Conifer hedging which creates a high degree of privacy. There is an area of lawn and established flowerbeds as well as an elevated sun deck that captures the setting sun and offers views over the village. At the rear of the house the garden is bounded by a stone wall and is mainly laid to lawn with flower beds planted at its boundaries. Within this part of the garden is a mature Acer Tree and an extended patio offers an ideal area for outdoor entertaining.