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A charming Grade II Listed two bedroom Cottage, with off street parking and separate garden, situated in the heart of the historic town of Burford.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Character Grade II Listed cottage
  • Central Burford location
  • Bright open plan kitchen/dining room and reception areas
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Detached rear garden
  • Off street parking

THE PROPERTY

A charming Grade II Listed two bedroom Cottage, with off street parking and separate garden, situated in the heart of the historic town of Burford. 141a The Hill, is an attractive Grade II Listed two bedroom character cottage, with off street parking, conveniently situated on The Hill, in the heart of the popular town of Burford. The property itself is presented in good condition, retaining many of its inherited character features, offering generous living accommodation over two floors. On the ground floor is a double aspect large open plan area, incorporating the sitting room, with a small stone fireplace, dining area and fitted kitchen with an oil-fired Rayburn that controls the heating, electric hob, as well as a separate cloakroom. On the first floor, via a large and light galleried landing, is the master bedroom, with rear aspect views and character beams. On the upper hallway there is a further double bedroom, with a fireplace and good sized bathroom. Complimenting this cottage further is a pretty separate private garden, mostly laid to lawn, with mature beds, borders and a useful garden shed. There is allocated private parking for one vehicle. Burford is an old Cotswold market town with many 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, Cheltenham and Cirencester, which provide the main shopping and cultural centres for the area. There are good road communications to London via the A40/M40 and train services from Charlbury to London Paddington. Cirencester, Swindon, junction 15, approximately 15 miles to the South. - Tenure: The property is freehold, and vacant possession will be given on completion. - Fixtures and Fittings: All items in the nature of fixtures and fittings described in these particulars are included in the sale. All other such items are specifically excluded. - Services: Mains water and electric, oil fired central heating. - Local Authority: West Oxfordshire District Council - Council Tax Band: E - Viewing: An appointment to view is essential and should be made through the Burford office of Jackson-Stops.