Perry Hill, Edgcott, Buckinghamshire
- Four Bedroom Period Cottage
- Original Features
- Extended and Completely Refurbished
- Countryside Views
- Large Plot Approximately 1/3 Of An Acre
- Well Stocked Mature Gardens
- Detached Garage and Off Road Parking
- Underfloor Heating Throughout Ground Floor
- Stable With Power and Water
- Close To Excellent Schools and Commuter Links
Property SummaryPerry Hill Cottage is a delightful four bedroom period home dating back to 1650. The cottage has undergone an extensive renovation programme by the current vendors, including an architect designed, two storey extension and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor to provide contemporary living accommodation for modern family living. Situated in an edge of village location it also has access to excellent local schools and commuter links.
The newly extended part of this charming cottage has a natural flow from the family room, kitchen/breakfast room through to the original part which boasts an abundance of original features, including exposed beams and two seventeenth century inglenook fireplaces. Bi-folding doors lead out from the breakfast room on to a large patio area which makes for the perfect "indoor outdoor" feeling.
A study, large utility/boot room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor is accessed via a character oak staircase leading to a spacious landing where there are are four generous double bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en suite shower-room, and a family bathroom with bath and separate shower.
The property enjoys an elevated position, sitting centrally within its plot with gardens to the front, side and rear.
To the front is a cottage garden stocked with perennials, three large raised vegetable beds, a large chicken run and a selection of fruit trees.
The rear of the property is mainly laid to lawn with a large enclosed patio area directly accessed through the bi-folding kitchen doors, ideal for playing and entertaining.
At the top of the garden is a stable built in 2018, with water and power. This is currently used as a home brewery and store, but would lend itself to being used as a home office or "den".
To the front is a detached garage with power, currently used as a workshop/store. The property offers off road parking for up to five cars.
Edgcott is an old Doomsday village with a beautiful 12th Century Church. It is set within the Aylesbury Vale, eight miles east of Bicester and ten miles west of Aylesbury.
It has easy access to the A41 and Junction 9 on the M40 motorway providing fast road links to London, Birmingham and Milton Keynes. The village is served by regular buses to Bicester, Aylesbury and local villages.
Bicester's two train stations are approximately 15 minutes drive from the cottage. Bicester North offers great commuter services to London Marylebone in around 45 minutes and Birmingham within 1 hour.
Bicester Village train station also offers services to Oxford Parkway and to London Marylebone.
Edgcott is in the catchment area for some leading primary schools; Grendon Underwood and Waddesdon, as well as grammar schools in Buckingham and Aylesbury. Waddesdon also has a highly rated secondary school. There are many after-school activities in the area, including the combined Edgcott and Grendon Underwood Scouts/Cubs group.