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Morgan and Associates (Little Milton/ Oxfordshire)
The Old Post Office, , Haseley Road, , Little Milton

Full Details for 3 Bedroom Semi-Detached for sale in Oxford, OX44 :

SITUATION Haseley Brook Cottage is situated towards the end of a pretty no-through lane, set in an idyllic rural hamlet setting, with a quintessential village green, in the heart of the village. Little Haseley is an exceptionally pretty South Oxfordshire hamlet comprising of many attractive period houses and thatched cottages. It is extremely well placed for communications, with easy access to junction 7 of the M40, and an excellent service to London Marylebone from Haddenham (journey time from 40 minutes), just 8 miles away.

The nearby market town of Thame offers a wide range of day to day shopping facilities including a Waitrose supermarket. Oxford City Centre is easily accessed via the M40/ A40. There are a wide range of local facilities in nearby Wheatley. The property is well placed for schooling being within easy reach of Oxford which includes The Dragon, Oxford High School, Magdalen College School, Summerfields, Headington and St Edwards. The Abingdon schools are also nearby. Eton, Harrow, Radley, Stowe, and Wycombe Abbey to name a few are all within reasonable striking distance. 

DESCRIPTION This pretty cottage is approached via an enchanting private lane, flanked by dense woodland and open pastureland, with the immediate frontage providing hard-standing parking for several vehicles, lawn area with flower and shrub borders and gated side access to the rear gardens.

The property has been much improved in recent years with cavity wall insulation, wooden-framed double-glazing and oil fired central heating, whilst retaining many original features such as the impressive parquet flooring, which covers most of the ground floor.

From the entrance hall, the 15\‘ x14\‘ spacious sitting room offers an expanse of original parquet flooring, with an "Adams Style" fireplace with carved wooden surround and slate inserts and hearth. Via the open archway, is the good sized dining room with ceramic tiled flooring and a wooden framed glazed door providing access to the rear gardens.

Across the hallway, is the Shaker-style kitchen/breakfast room, with a full range of wall and base units, small breakfast bar, inset Belfast sink, space for double oven with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for dishwasher, oak work surfaces, and space for a small table and chairs. To the rear of the kitchen, is the utility/boot room, with floor mounted boiler, plumbing for washing machine, inset butler sink, tiled work surfaces and ceramic tiled flooring. There is also a downstairs cloakroom with low-level wc and small wash-hand basin.

The "Edwardian" wooden framed conservatory offers power, heating and light, providing good views of the landscaped gardens and the surrounding fields, and direct access onto the large paved patio area.

To the first floor, the cottage benefits from a generous landing, with space for a small study area, with doors connecting to all rooms. Of particular note is the 16\‘ x 12\‘ master bedroom, with a selection of fitted and built-in double wardrobes, drawers and shelving and a large picture window towards the woodlands. Bedroom 2 is of a good-size, measuring appropriately 17\‘ x 9\‘, also enjoying the advantage of a built-in double wardrobe and dual-aspect towards woodland and the open paddocks. Bedroom 3 has views to the immediate rear of the property, with exposed floorboards, built-in double wardrobe and airing cupboard. The family bathroom has been much improved, offering a vintage-style suite, with low-level wc, pedestal wash-hand basin and panelled bath with mains operated shower over.

The 60ft rear gardens boast a oriental-style raised patio to the rear of the garden, octagonal greenhouse, wooden shed and flowering and shrub plantings, the whole enclosed by fencing, with open views of surrounding paddocks.


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