A most attractive early 18th century grade II stone built three bedroom period cottage in a delightful village setting.
The property comprises in brief: Canopy Porch with front door opening to the character Sitting Room with fitted window seat and a feature open fireplace with a stone hearth; Dining Room/Second Sitting Room with a brick fireplace incorporating a wood burning stove, fitted window seat and built-in storage cupboard; Kitchen/Breakfast room overlooking the rear Garden; downstairs Bathroom. To the first floor there are three Bedrooms, two benefiting from fitted wardrobes.
In addition there is a lawned fore garden, attractive South facing cottage Garden to rear with a useful, brick built Garden Room/Studio with electric supply available. A side gate gives separate pedestrian access over a shared right of way to Beech Road.
Key Features1. Two Charming Reception Rooms
2. Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Aga
3. Well Fitted Ground Floor Bathroom
4. Three Character Bedrooms
5. Attractive cottage Garden with Garden Room/Studio
6. No Upward Chain
Originally built in in the early 18th century, and listed Grade II of special architectural and historic interest, the property is a very pretty stone and thatched terraced cottage which is attractively situated in Beech Road in the heart of the village conservation area. In recent times the property has been sympathetically extended, modernised and refurbished, including re-conditioning and re-ridging the thatch in 2017, and provides deceptive, character accommodation of great charm, benefitting from oil fired central heating - together with a delightful cottage garden and old brick studio/garden room. An early inspection is highly recommended.
(3.40 x 3.20)
(3.36 x 3.20)
(5.45 x 3.45)
First Floor Landing
(4.95 x 3.30)
(3.30 x 2.80)
(2.50 x 2.25)
(4.20 x 3.30)
Oxhill is a quietly set village in the rolling South Warwickshire countryside close to the North Oxfordshire border. With the benefit of no through traffic it has an attractive mix of old and new properties together with a renowned inn – The Peacock, historic church and village hall. Less than two miles away is the larger village of Tysoe which enjoys local shops, pre-school, primary school and after school clubs. Also readily accessible is Kineton (3½ miles) and Shipston on Stour (6 miles) while the main centres of the area are also within easy reach with Stratford upon Avon 10 miles, Banbury 11 miles, Warwick 16 miles and the nearest junction on the M40 (6 miles). There is a mainline rail service to London from Banbury and Warwick Parkway.