Price £425,000 - Available


  • Cotswold village with shop, pub and cafe
  • Bi-fold doors overlook the rear garden
  • Modern kitchen and utility room
  • Second double bedroom
  • Garage with parking to front
  • GCH with traditional cast iron radiators
  • Sitting room with wood burner
  • Master bedroom with en suite
  • Front & rear gardens
  • No chain

This impressive bungalow has been refurbished and modernised to create a welcoming and contemporary style village home. Within the generous open plan living area with engineered oak flooring, there is a newly fitted modern kitchen with integrated appliances including a drawer style refrigerator and peninsula unit, a dining area that benefits from bi-folding doors that over look the well tended rear garden and the sitting room with a wood burning stove set into the fireplace for those cosy nights. There are two well proportioned double bedrooms with the master enjoying an en-suite with a luxury walk-in shower, whilst the family bathroom has a stylish free standing bath. Outside there are well tended gardens both front & rear and a garage with parking in front. The property is offered with no chain above.

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The sought after and vibrant village of Chadlington enjoys amenities that includie the village shop, award winning butcher, cafe, village hall, church, primary school, cricket club and The Tite Inn public house. The village is 3.5 miles from Chipping Norton, 9.0 miles from Burford and 18 miles to Oxford. The location benefits from excellent transport links with the A40 and A44 and direct national rail links to Oxford, Reading and London Paddington (70 mins) are available from Charlbury train station (3.5 miles).
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