Brook Street, Sutton Courtenay

£320,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
SITUATION Sutton Courtenay is one of the oldest and most interesting parishes in the south east of Oxfordshire on the south bank of the River Thames. It offers a number of amenities including a parish church dating from Norman times, a post office, two local shops and three public houses near the village green. A focal point of the charming village is the many fine historic houses such as The Manor House, The Abbey and the Norman Hall. The village is well placed for communications and stations with Didcot Parkway 3 miles away with a fast and frequent service to London Paddington in only approximately 40 minutes. The nearby towns of Abingdon, Oxford and Didcot offer extensive shopping facilities and other recreations, theatres, cinemas and a very good range of restaurants. There is also an excellent choice of schools nearby including Abingdon School, St Helen's and St Katharine's, Our Lady's Convent, Radley College, The Manor Preparatory School, Abingdon Preparatory School along with Cothill Chandlings, the European School at Culham, Headington, St Edwards, Oxford High, The Dragon and other Oxford Schools.

DESCRIPTION Pretty 15th Century Grade ll listed semi-detached cottage with timber-framing and painted brick infill, well situated on the edge of this sought-after Thameside village, with a wealth of original period features and the benefit of numerous improvements by the current owners in recent years.

Accessing the cottage via the rear lobby area, providing a range of storage shelving solutions, good-quality quarry tile flooring, which continues through to the kitchen, and double airing cupboard incorporating the combination gas boiler. The rear lobby opens to the kitchen area, with attractive shaker-style wall and floor units on offer, with oak work surfaces and ceramic sink unit, as well as a stainless steel gas hob, built-in extractor, space and plumbing for a washing machine, slimline built in dishwasher, recess for an upright fridge-freezer and a traditional Victorian-style radiator.

Through to the main reception room, you are greeted to a stunning inglenook fireplace with a multi-fuel cast-iron wood burner with original bread oven and brick hearth, as well as numerous vertical and horizontal oak beams. The sitting room connects to the separate dining area through an open archway, offering further character features. To the ground floor, is the "bespoke" vintage-style family bathroom providing an attractive roll-top bath with mixer tap attachment, low-level wc, butler sink unit, metro wall-tiling, quarry tiled flooring, downlighters and a traditional Victorian-style radiator.

To the first floor, there is a small landing area connecting to the two double bedrooms, with the master bedroom being particularly spacious providing a range of built-in wardrobe cupboards and a light and airy dual-aspect. Bedroom 2 is of a generous size, with a built-in single wardrobe cupboard.

Outside, the cottage-style garden is laid to lawn, with flower and shrub borders and a small wooden garden shed, as well as off-street gravelled parking for two vehicles.

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