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Birch Drive, Bradwell Grove, Burford, OX18

Guide price £304,950

2 Beds 1 Bath 1 Reception

REF: BUR130109


CALL US 01993 822661 EMAIL US AT Burford
FIND US: 112 High Street, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4QJ

Bradwell Village


  • Entrance hall
  • Cloakroom
  • Sitting room with dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Landing giving access to boarded loft
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Garage and courtyard parking
  • Walled and fenced garden


A well presented semi-detached house situated close to Burford Quietly situated at the western edge of Bradwell Village is this semi-detached contemporary Cotswold cottage, which has been beautifully maintained with modern living in mind. On the ground floor, the sitting room is bright and comfortable with a dining area, and glazed french doors lead to a pretty cottage garden and an integral garage. The kitchen has a good array of units and new appliances. The spacious entrance hall has a cloakroom, a useful under-stairs cupboard, and staircase leading to a landing with access to the airing cupboard, and a ceiling hatch with laddered access to a partially boarded loft. There are two double bedrooms with large, built-in wardrobes and a bathroom. Being at the edge of the village, the property has immediate access straight out onto the spacious, landscaped grounds, together with views over adjoining farmland. The pretty cottage garden is accessed via a solid timber gate at the side of the property. A lavender-lined pathway leads to paved terrace areas, and either side of the pathway is a well-stocked flower bed with climbing roses, and a lawn. A gravelled area at the front and side of the cottage displays a selection of Whichford pots. The integral garage is accessed from the garden, has power, lighting and could be converted to living space with the necessary consents in place. The village's extensive grounds and open areas to the side and front of the cottage are easily accessible. Bradwell Village is a small development of stone houses with communal grounds and an excellent village hall. It is situated approximately 2 miles to the south of Burford, which is an old Cotswold market town with historical connections, known as ''The Gateway to the Cotswolds', it offers a range of shopping facilities, local schools, a fine parish church and a number of public houses. The town nestles in the Windrush Valley surrounded by beautiful countryside, yet is within easy reach of Oxford and Cheltenham, both of which provide the main cultural, shopping and entertainment centres for the area. There are good road and rail networks to London via the A40/M40 and a main line train service from Charlbury to London Paddington.