A delightful cottage surrounded by fields situated at the end of a no through road. The house offers a host of period features and wonderful garden.
South Hinksey village is a community of about 70 houses, set within the Oxford ring road, with many people going into Oxford to work. Itâ€™s a friendly place. Thereâ€™s a village hall with a monthly â€˜Mock Pubâ€™ evening (the actual pub having finally closed) and a Christmas event; two book clubs, and a weekly Pilates class. Thereâ€™s a regular parish newsletter and an email system which informs people of things happening locally, a lovely old Church and an annual village fete. There's no through traffic and a much used metalled footpath leads across the meadows to Oxfordâ€™s Abingdon Road and then on into the city. The centre of Oxford is about two miles as the crow flies. https://southhinksey.org
The house is set on the edge of the village overlooking fields. Quite a part of the garden is now given over to wildflowers and thereâ€™s a wildlife pond and a raised bed vegetable garden. The garage has been adapted to form a light and spacious studio (but could easily be used as a garage again if required).