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  • Entrance Hall/Sitting Room
  • Drawing Room
  • Kitchen leading to Dining Room
  • Utility Room, Cloakroom
  • 3 Bedrooms ( 1 with en-suite Shower Room)
  • Bathroom with rolltop bath and twin basins, Shower Room
  • Spacious 2nd landing
  • Garage and Parking, Stone Garden Store.
  • Large Terrace
  • Gardens, in all about 0.20 acres (0.08 ha)


A well presented Grade II listed cottage located in one of Oxfordshire's finest villages. Medlar Cottage is a charming Grade II Listed attached property built in stone with a part thatched roof located in a quiet position within Taynton. The property offers excellent accommodation and character whilst retaining many period features including wonderful stone flagged floors, exposed beams and fireplaces. The beautifully fitted kitchen has steps leading down to the dining room which has double doors to the terrace. Also on the ground floor is a bedroom with an en-suite shower room. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, a family bathroom with roll top bath and two wash hand basins and a separate family shower room. The second landing has been used as a study area or bedroom. To the side of the cottage is an attached garage with a parking space in front providing parking for a car. The main garden lies to the rear of the house and is made up of a terrace leading to a garden which is mainly laid to lawn, with shrubs and herbaceous borders and a stone storage building. There is a further area of garden beyond. Taynton is perhaps one of the most unspoilt of all the Cotswold villages and is beautifully situated nestling in the valley of the river Windrush amongst rolling Cotswold countryside. It lies within a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The market town of Burford is only one mile away and is 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 is surrounded by beautiful countryside yet is within reach of Oxford or Cheltenham, both of which provide the main cultural and shopping centres for the area. There are good road and rail communications with London via the A40/M.40 and a train service from Charlbury to London Paddington.