THIS STUNNING TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE is situated in the popular village of Gawcott and dates back to circa 1750 and has a wealth of history.
The cottage is full of character throughout which include wood beamed ceilings and walls and has been refurbished to a high standard.
The property benefits gas central heating and double glazing. The windows in the sitting room, kitchen, bedrooms and landing are all double glazed hand made wooden windows.
The tiled flooring in the kitchen, bathroom, hallway, porch, and utility room are all Fired Earth Welsh Slate.
Downstairs: The sitting room has an open fireplace with a wood beamed mantle and a cast iron Stoves living flame coal effect gas fire.
The kitchen/dining room comprises a range of bespoke wall and base units handmade from reclaimed wood, a butler sink, Italian granite work surfaces with tiled splashbacks, shelving, a built in cupboard, space for a gas cooker with granite splashback and extractor hood. Space for a fridge. There is a small quirky larder area behind the stairway which has lighting and shelving.
The utility area which houses the gas boiler has power and light with shelving and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine.
The bathroom has been refitted with shower cubicle, circular wash hand basin, low level flush w.c, radiator.
The porch to the rear has a stable door which leads to the terraced garden.
Upstairs: There is a good sized landing and two double bedrooms.
Outside: To the rear is flagstone terraced garden where there is a brick-built outhouse with power and light, and a log store. A pathway leads along to a further private secluded garden with a Mulberry tree and array of mature flowers, plants and trees and a patio just outside the summerhouse – a perfect spot for a sundowner!
Driveway: Additionally there is a private driveway for parking which can be accessed via the front or the rear of the property.
Situation: The property lies in the Conservation Area of the village. Within Gawcott there is an infant school and a public house. Further facilities can be found in nearby Buckingham where there is a range of shops, doctors and dentist surgeries, a hospital and further schooling. For more comprehensive facilities the towns of Bicester and Milton Keynes which are close by. There are good traffic links with the A43. Railway stations can be found at Milton Keynes and Bicester