- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- Off street parking
- Energy efficient
- Close to village amenities
- Integrated kitchen appliances
- Under floor heating
An immaculately presented four bedroom home overlooking the village green. The property built in traditional Cotswold stone was built in 2012 by Mirus Homes and was finished to a high standard both inside and out. Accommodation includes:- entrance hall, cloakroom, utility/laundry/storage room, light open plan kitchen dining room with a farmhouse style bespoke Neptune kitchen with integrated appliances, display cabinets, oak block work surfaces and inset butler sink, a generous sitting room with a log burner fire and French doors to the garden. The property benefits from under floor heating throughout the ground floor and generous floor to ceiling heights and plenty of natural light. On the 1st floor is the master bedroom with built in cupboards and a generous sized en-suite bathroom with shower and bath. A further guest bedroom with a large 'Jack & Jill' en-suite with shower and bath. On the 2nd floor are a further two good sized double bedrooms, a useful landing area/home office and an additional bathroom. Outside there is a charming rear garden with a terrace suitable for outside dining and uninterrupted views over the village green. The property benefits from two allocated parking spaces and a secondary access from the rear of the property into the garden.
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The village of Shipton-Under-Wychwood lies within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Situated approximately 4 miles north of Burford, there are good road links to Chipping Norton and Stow-On-The-Wold. Access to Oxford and Cheltenham is excellent from Burford via the A40. Shipton-Under-Wychwood and Milton-Under-Wychwood are adjoining villages and share various amenities and facilities such as post offices, public houses & restaurants, school, churches, hairdressers, library, farrier, convenience stores and petrol stations. The main Worcester to London rail line runs past the village, with regular stops at the local station, and there is a bus service to Charlbury town and railway station, Witney, Chipping Norton and Moreton-In-Marsh.
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