A charming country cottage situated in the heart of Sunningwell and within easy reach of Oxford.
The property lies in the centre of Sunningwell, a pretty village with a pub, parish church, a gym, village hall, primary school and Sunningwell Art School. It is conveniently positioned for both Oxford and Abingdon, where further independent and state schools as well as a range of amenities can be found.
The property is well positioned for communications to London via the A34, M4 or M40. Didcot and Oxford stations can also be easily accessed with a regular services to London Paddington. The countryside surrounding the village provides various countryside walks along the footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes in the locality.
Included within this brochure is a floorplan, detailing the layout of accommodation. 69 Sunningwell is a pretty cottage with patterned stretcher and header brick design. A more recent addition to the front of the property is a light and spacious porch which opens into an entrance hall which could also be used as a dining room. To the right is a drawing room with exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace with an open fronted kiln.
To the left of the entrance hall is the kitchen. The exposed brick wall and tiled wall provides a contemporary feel to the otherwise cottage style. Seasoned timber worktops, timber floors and attractive lighting provide a warm atmosphere. Floor mounted units provide plenty of storage space. Beyond the kitchen is a cosy sitting room, again with exposed beams.
From the entrance hall stairs lead to the first floor landing, a family bathroom with three piece shower suite is immediately ahead. To the right is a double bedroom and to the left, a second bedroom with a further double bedroom beyond.
A large, lawned garden is located in front of the property, with gravel paths to the road and around the property. To the side of the property is a timber framed garden shed. There is parking for two cars.