Situated in the heart of Cumnor, this contemporary architect designed home offers light and airy rooms, lofty ceilings and quality fittings.
Gurnies Mews was built in 2009 and designed by the reputed Oxford Architects practice of Adrian James. The property is set back off the road within a Mews of just two linked detached houses and a small block of apartments . The contemporary exterior design gives little away of the light and airy interior having windows in abundance.
The property is presented in pristine condition and benefits from gas central heating with underfloor heating to the ground floor, cavity wall insulation and double glazed windows
The ground floor reception hall leads to a sitting room with wood burning stove and a kitchen/dining room with contemporary units and integrated appliances. The cloakroom/utility room is also reached from the reception hall.
The first floor has a galleried landing with a study area, as well as three double bedrooms (two with vaulted ceilings) and a family bathroom. The main bedroom is complete with an en-suite shower room and built-in wardrobes. There are two lofts, with light and ladders.
To the exterior the property has enclosed gardens, walled to the the front and shingled with shrub beds. A gated sideway leads to a fully enclosed secluded rear garden which is not overlooked, and landscaped with terracing, lawn and flower beds. To the opposite side of the house there is a car port and parking for three cars.
Cumnor Village lies just 3 miles west of Oxford with access into the City via the Botley Road, and within reach of the A34 and A420. The village itself is community led with a well-regarded primary school, village store and post office, two public houses/restaurants, church and garage.
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