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Energy Efficiency Rating
- 92–100 A
- 81–91 B
- 69–80 C
- 55–68 D
- 39–54 E
- 21–38 F
- 1–20 G
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 receptions
- Two reception rooms
- Terraced gardens
- Stone built garage
- Packed with character and original features
- Gas central heating
- Central village location
Offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN. VIEWING ESSENTIAL.
Wheatley is a thriving village community just seven miles to the south east of Oxford. It has retained an excellent range of shops and facilities making it a genuinely working village. Families are well catered for with nurseries as well as primary and secondary schools. There is a sports centre in neighbouring Holton and shops include convenience stores, butchers, bakery, coffee shop, post-office/gift shop, pharmacy and antique shop. There is also a doctors surgery, dentist, hairdressers and complimentary therapy clinic too.
The public transport links are excellent with 280 and U1 bus services providing regular access to Oxford, Thame and Aylesbury and with junction 8 of the M40 just a 10 minute drive away, Wheatley is very well positioned for those needing to drive to London, Birmingham or beyond.
Lower Ground Floor
4.42m (14'6") x 4.05m (13'3")
Dual aspect to front and rear (secondary glazed window to front), with fully glazed and secondary paned matching exterior garden door to the rear giving access to the yard via a single step. Brick-lined open working fireplace with tiled path and beamed lintel, fitted with a black-metal hood, grate and decorative fire back, and with a heavy black metal fender. Twin wall lights mounted to the chimney breast, two radiators each fitted with a t.r.v. valve to regulate, stained-pine store cupboard with twin doors concealing the gas meter to one alcove, telephone point and three double power points, and also t.v. aerial connections available for u.h.f./terrestrial or for cable connection. Internal door opening to a shallow recess and giving access to the external front door opening from the High Street. Timber curtain poles to windows, and curved curtain track with draw-string cord above the garden door. Close- fitted carpet, extending into the dining room which is accessed via a latched cottage door.
4.05m (13'3") x 3.71m (12'2")
Front aspect, with a secondary glazed window, large feature stone fireplace with tiled hearth and heavy cross-beam with concealed lighting behind (switched from the interior of the store cupboard adjoining). Further double store cupboard with matching latched and strap-hinged cottage doors, each with a round wooden pull handle - the left hand cupboard has twin hanging rails and some overhead storage above, and the right hand deep double cupboard is shelved to the interior, and with the electricity consumer unit and meters board to the upper rear wall. Secondary glazed window, matching wooden curtain pole with printed cotton curtains as installed. Radiator with t.r.v., two double power points and twin wall lights. Solid timber stained and varnished open tread staircase leading to the first floor. Step up and open access leading to:
3.58m (11'9") x 2.74m (9')
Deep window reveal with quarry-tiled sill overlooking the rear garden, part-glazed and panelled solid wood external door looking into/giving access to the yard. Fitted with a range of solid wood moulded-front drawers and cupboards in a medium oak effect, with two lattice glazed display wall cupboards, and with a good range of hopsack-finish melamine-covered worktops incorporating a one-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink unit, electric cooker recess with power point and integrated single socket. Further recesses and plumbing available for a washing machine or washer/dryer, also for a slim-line dishwasher, and sufficient space for an under-counter refrigerator (there is also a vent for a tumble dryer if desired). Radiator under the breakfast bar, vented through the worktop area above. Twin spot-lamp points and under-counter lighting to the wall cupboards either side of the cooking area, operated from a single switch by the rear door entry. Three double power points to tiled areas above worktops, also various isolation switches for appliances and for the external lighting. Vinyl tile-effect floor-covering as fitted.
4.80m (15'9 overall length)
Small window to rear with sloping recess, secondary glazed hinged panel, and roller blind mounted above (gives good ventilation/air circulation during warmer weather). Twin ceiling pendant lights, double-switched at either end of the landing. Range of heavy solid timber shelves on adjustable brackets to the upper stairwell area, providing book storage or display area. Loft access hatch with push-up cover. Door opening to the boiler/airing cupboard, which contains a Vaillant wall-mounted gas powered combi-boiler in a protective timber and wire cage with openable doors, and in front two deep wood-slatted lift-out shelves for airing, switching for an internal light, power supply for the boiler pump and also for a loft light. Ceiling mounted smoke alarm, and upper wall-mounted carbon monoxide alarm, as fitted. Double power point at low level to one wall. Close fitted carpet matching the ground floor receptions.
4.83m (15'10") x 3.28m (10'9")
Front aspect, with a secondary glazed paned window, timber curtain pole mounted above with curtains as installed. Radiator with t.r.v., two double power points, telephone extension point, ceiling pendant light.. This room features the upper part of the sitting room fireplace chimney breast, and also a display ledge to the rear of the adjoining alcove, all in a semi rough-cast painted plaster finish.
3.41m (11'2") x 2.74m (9')
Front aspect, with a secondary glazed paned window, timber curtain pole with curtains as fitted, radiator with t.r.v., double power point and telephone extension point. Large built-in store/wardrobe cupboard with wide latched door, shelved and ledged to the interior, and containing an extendable aluminium ladder for access to the loft. Ceiling pendant light. Latched cottage door with original fittings including a rim-lock, brass turn-knob handles, and internal security latch.
3.56m (11'8") x 2.69m (8'10")
Deep window recess, secondary-glazed and with a fitted pine sill. Timber curtain pole with curtains as fitted, radiator with t.r.v., two single power points, ceiling pendant light, cottage door with black metal double coat hook to the inner panel, small built-in shelved store cupboard with matching door (original purpose and use unknown).
Rear aspect, with an obscured double casement window at upper level. Equipped with a white suite comprising a wood-panelled enamel steel bath with mixer deck incorporating a shower attachment mounted to the upper wall, glazed side screen adjoining a tiled ledge and splash-back area, shower curtain rail mounted to the wall above the outer edge. Close-coupled WC, pedestal wash basin. Wall-mounted mirror with electric shaver/ light, range of pine bathroom fittings comprising a double mirror-fronted bathroom wall cabinet, shaped towel rail, tooth mug and brush holder, soap dish holder and toilet roll holder. Radiator with t.r.v., latched door with twin-branch chromed coat hook to the upper inner panel. Central ceiling- mounted enclosed bathroom light with pull cord switch, and a small built-in store cupboard to the left of the bath. Cork tile flooring, white tiling and boxing to the window wall. Decorated fully in white with a matching roller blind to the window reveal.
Overall 13.8 x 9.9m (43'3 x 32'6, including the garage).
Comprising a large concrete based yard area with twin surface water drainage points, raised bed with feature stone ?well? (no longer functioning), stone retaining wall to the rear, small lean-to glazed greenhouse with sliding door.
External security lamp with p.i.r. sensor and all-weather sealed switch, concrete steps and pathway leading to the garage side door and raised area with stone-cob base, stone-lined rose/flower beds and a brick-lined nursery bed against the garden retaining wall. Elevated level area of terraced lawn, with brick and stone built retaining wall adjoining the side passageway, with various flower beds, roses and climbers planted. Front to rear passageway from the gated side access from the High Street, with security light and further lighting to the garden retaining wall operated by a sealed all-weather switch.
Constructed of stone and blockwork under a modern clay tiled roof, with metal up-and-over main door, tongue & grooved latched side door, and window overlooking the garden. Separate electricity consumer unit with armoured supply cabling, ample power points and twin ceiling strip lights, operated from a twin sealed-unit wall switch by the internal door entry - the other switch controls the garden lights on a dual-switching arrangement from the interior of the house and also from the side passageway. Also with a plumbed-in sink unit with cold water feed only and waste point, old base and wall-mounted cupboards with a worktop over, and various wall-mountings for tools, brackets for a ladder and other fixings. Drop-down access to a loft void, which is fully floored to the interior in plywood and lined to the roof, providing dry, safe storage.
NB: Drop-down lead for plug-in lighting available as installed.
South Oxfordshire District Council - Band D
Section 21 EAA 1979
The attention of prospective purchasers is drawn to the status of one of the co-vendors of the property, who is a practising Estate Agent in the local area. He is exercising his right to sell as a co-executor and beneficiary of his late mother's estate. For further information, please contact the Agents handling the sale, or the Vendors' Solicitors, subject to an agreed sale and contract.
These details are for guidance only and complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. If there is any point, which is of particular importance, verification should be obtained. They do not constitute a contract or part of a contract. All measurements are approximate. No guarantee can be given with regard to planning permissions or fitness for purpose. No apparatus, equipment, fixture or fitting has been tested. Items shown in photographs are NOT necessarily included. Interested Parties are advised to check availability and make an appointment to view before travelling to see a property
For further information about the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 see http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2008/1277/contents/made
All mains services are understood to be connected and in good working order.
Water is not metered.
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'Willow Cottage' is a lovely cottage with a wealth of period charm and character with features such as exposed wooden beams, and stonework. This extended...3 Bed Semi Detached Cottage For Sale
Offers in excess of £400,000
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 9 Photographs
Property Reference: 0111018
The advertised rental figure does not include fees.