Andrews Yard, Ascott-under-Wychwood
Guide Price £587,500 For Sale
A spacious, detached, period house with the potential to create a 4th bedroom and more bathrooms.
This charming house, dating back nearly 200 years, with oodles of period features and lots of potential, benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazed windows which have been recently renewed, a garage and a garden.
To the ground floor the entrance hall offers an exposed stone wall and access to a large living room, a kitchen/diner, a cloakroom, a snug and a staircase leading to the first floor.
The living room, also with exposed stonework, has a wood burner and double doors to the garden. The kitchen/diner, which is an extension to the original house, has vaulted ceilings and lots of natural light.
The snug has a lovely feel to it and boasts a bread oven and open fireplace. The utility room, which opens on to the garden, is generous in size and houses the boiler.
The first floor has 3 very spacious bedrooms, a large landing area and a family bathroom. With some clever planning we think it’s possible to create a 4th bedroom and a couple of en suite bathrooms.
A single garage can be found at the end of the garden and there is potential to create a private driveway by this. The garden, which is West facing, is mainly laid to lawn and has a large patio area.
Ascott Under Wychwood is a delightful village in rolling hills of the Evenlode Valley, caught between the market towns of Chipping Norton and Burford. With an independent primary school, a pre school, a convenience store, a village hall, a church, a sports ground, a public house, and a train station there is lots on offer in this sought after village.
Further local amenities are available in nearby Witney, a 15 minute drive, whilst Oxford (22 miles) and Cheltenham (28 miles) provide the main shopping and cultural centres for the area. Charlbury, 5 miles away, has a mainline BR station with trains to Oxford and London Paddington. Ascott under Wychwood also has a train station serving Oxford/London with less frequent train times.
The A40 (connecting Oxford and Cheltenham) is 6 miles away and the M40 (connecting Birmingham and London) is 20 miles away.
All distances and times are approximate.
- Period house
- 3 bedrooms
- Spacious rooms
- Period features
- Lots of potential
- Popular Cotswold village
- No chain
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