Church Street, Brill, Aylesbury

  • Type: Character Property
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Character Property
  • Beautifully Restored
  • Stunning views
  • Cellar
  • Desirable Village Location
  • South Facing Rear Garden
  • Original Features
  • Master Bedroom With Vaulted Ceiling

Property Summary

A stunning three bedroom cottage presented to the highest of standards throughout, with private rear garden and enjoying far reaching views in the highly desirable village of Brill.

Full Details

Apple Tree cottage is a beautifully presented three bedroom period cottage with a wealth of character. Finished to the highest of standards throughout and refurbished using traditional techniques by a master builder extra care has clearly been taken to restore this grade II listed building to its former glory.

The Dining room boasts a beautifully restored open fire place and wooden flooring, setting the scene for long weekend lunches and entertaining with family and friends.
The kitchen is fitted with a good number of traditional country kitchen units and solid oak work-surfaces, a Belfast sink and Range cooker all complemented by contemporary wall tiles and flag stone flooring. There is a door leading out to the patio and rear garden.

The sitting room has exposed ceiling timbers and benefits from being refurbished with traditional lime plaster and a newly renovated fireplace.

Underneath the stairs in the hallway behind a door you can access the cellar that offers further potential for a utility room or an office space, subject to listed planning consent.

To the first floor the master bedroom is a lovely room with a vaulted ceiling with views over the garden to the rear of the property. There is room for a large wardrobe and still enough room for a dressing table or chest of drawers.

The second bedroom has views over the pretty green to the front of the property, a room to get a birds eye view of village life from on a lazy Sunday morning!

The family bathroom has also been refurbished.

The garden is accessed off both the kitchen and sitting room, carefully landscaped by the current vendors it is mainly laid to lawn with a pretty patio area is the perfect place to enjoy BBQ's or a glass of wine in the evening.

At the top of the garden you can enjoy far reaching views over the village and countryside beyond. There are allotments to the rear of the property that subject to availability may appeal to the keen gardener.

The village of Brill sits atop an enviable location, 300 to 400 feet above the surrounding countryside, the majority of this land is a combination of common land as well as the last part of the ancient Bernwood Forest, and historic Brill windmill.

The village suits the more practical needs of everyday living, with a newsagent, an off-licence and a butcher and two Gastro pubs, The Pointer and The Pheasant.

More extensive facilities are available in Thame, Oxford, Aylesbury and Bicester. The M40 is about fifteen minutes by car, providing excellent access to the M25, Heathrow airport, London and the M4. Train services to London run from Haddenham, Bicester North Station and Bicester Village station (London Marylebone in approximately forty five minutes). Buckinghamshire is particularly renowned for its state and private education with the state school system having retained the selective (Grammar) secondary schools, with the local Co-Ed prep school Ashfold and Brill school, of particular note.

Bicester is an historic market centre and one of the fastest growing towns in Oxfordshire, with a wide range of local and national shops together with cafes, pubs, restaurants, weekly markets. Bicester village with 170 luxury boutiques is a dream destination for designer shopping.