An attractive and well presented 4 bedroom detached house situated in a sought after popular and accessible Oxfordshire village.
Situation and Location
Eynsham is located in West Oxfordshire, midway between Oxford and Witney. It is an ideal commuting location, being close to the A40, and within striking distance of the Cotswolds.
The village has a vibrant community with excellent facilities, including individual shops, Post office, Medical centre and several restaurants and pubs. The Eynsham Primary School and Bartholomew Secondary School are both of high repute.
In addition there are 3 churches serving the village.
More comprehensive facilities are found in Witney and Oxford, both of which can be reached via a regular bus service.
Included within the brochure is a set of floor plans detailing the layout of the accommodation.
The property is a well laid out family house in particularly good decorative order. It is light and spacious with a predominately neutral palette used throughout. The front door opens into the entrance hall with doors leading into the main living
accommodation and stairs to the first floor landing. This sitting room which is particularly light and airy has a picture window to the front aspect and glazed French doors to the dining room which overlooks the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is situated to the back of the house and has a range of modern fitted wall and base cabinets, with some integrated appliances as well as further appliance space. From the kitchen a door leads into the utility room with further doors into the cloakroom and an external door to the side walkway. From the entrance hall stairs rise to the first floor landing
with doors off to the bedrooms and the family bathroom. The well-appointed master bedroom suite is situated at the front of the house and has an end suite shower room. There
are 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The front garden has a small area of lawn with planted borders and driveway providing off street parking with access to the garage. To the side of the house there is a side gate with a pathway to the rear garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a range of established trees shrubs
and an outdoor paved dining area.