The windows are modern double glazed units and there is gas central heating throughout. Solar photovoltaic panels adorn the south facing rooftop to minimise bills and provide a healthy income from the 'feed-in-tariff' which would be transferred to the new owner.
There is off-street parking, a single garage and the property is surrounded by gardens overlooking open fields at the rear and a gate opening into the neighbouring woodland nature reserve.
If you are looking for something different to the usual 'run of the mill' home, this could be the perfect thing for you.
Horspath is a village on the south-eastern edge of Oxford just two miles outside the ring-road. Offering an excellent range of local amenities including village hall and convenience store, service station and two pubs, the Shotover Brewing Company are located in the village and there are excellent sports facilities nearby with Horspath Cricket Club being particularly well known.
The village primary school is well-regarded and often a reason for people moving in to the village.
The village is well positioned within a short drive to the Oxford ring road, yet benefits from easy access on foot to Shotover Country Park and a nature reserve as well as plenty of footpaths to access the local countryside.
With the recent upsurge in cycling it is worth noting that this is a great place to commute to Headington and Oxford by bicycle using the cycle lane that runs between Horspath and the Oxford Ring Road. In addition, the village is a great place from which to discover the countryside around us by bike.