East Street, Fritwell, Oxfordshire
- Stone Built
- Period Features
- Immaculately Presented
- Open Fireplace and Wood burning Stove
- Right of Way over Neighbouring Property to access Garden
- Village Location
- Flexible Accommodation
- Stone Built Summer House /Guest Accommodation/Home Office
- Sash Windows
- Large Loft Space
Property SummaryAn immaculately presented two bedroom stone built period cottage with a delightful rear garden, offered to the market with no onward chain. A unique selling point of this cottage is the stone-built summer house, which is ideal as an additional guest bedroom or home office. Located in the desirable Oxfordshire village of Fritwell this charming cottage is a short drive to excellent commuter links to London, Oxford and Birmingham.
A delightful period village home that offers quite unique accommodation that could be utilised for a number of purposes.
For those that need a home office, there is a large stone-built summer house in the garden that overlooks paddocks providing a peaceful environment to work in that is also separate from the main house.
The summer house also complements the accommodation in the original part of the cottage by offering a spacious room with its own shower and kitchenette for guests to enjoy.
The property benefits from character features throughout, the sitting room to the front has a feature fireplace and sash window, whilst the dining room /family room boasts a built-in display cabinet and a wood-burning stove.
The kitchen is to the rear of the property, fitted with a good number of floor and eye level painted cabinets with wooden worktops and space for appliances it also enjoys views over the pretty rear garden.
On the first floor there is a landing with airing cupboard and loft access, double bedroom with a secondary double glazed sash window to the front aspect and feature fireplace, a second double bedroom with a replacement double glazed window to the rear aspect, feature fireplace and door providing access to a ladder leading to the large attic space.
The bathroom includes a panelled bath, shower, low-level WC and vanity unit with inset washbasin.
Outside the pretty rear garden which overlooks farm paddocks are mainly laid to lawn, with a decked seating area and pizza oven, a timber store, tap, oil tank and oil fired boiler. Widening at the top the garden has plenty of space to enjoy Al-fresco dining and BBQ's with friends and family, there is also a shed for those all-important garden tools.
This property has a right of way over the neighbouring cottage providing access to the garden without going through the cottage itself.
The vibrant village of Fritwell is approximately 6 miles North West of Bicester. Junction 10 of the M40 is a few minutes’ drive away and offers commuter access to London, M40 and Birmingham.
This gem of a village, with very little passing traffic, has a real community feel with various activities for all ages including the village hall, playing fields where the rugby team play, a playgroup and a scout hut. The village shop is nearby offering a Post Office and butchers.
For those with education in mind, the village has an excellent C of E primary school with the towns of Bicester and Brackley offering further education.
The property is also within the catchment of the Heyford Park Free School. Bicester has two railway stations. Bicester North offers a great commuter service to London Marylebone in around 45 minutes and you can reach Birmingham in 1 hour. Bicester village also offers a service to Oxford in under 15 minutes.