A well presented period stone cottage located in the heart of the village, with access to a range of local amenities within a mile.
Eynsham is a bustling village with a pleasant centre and grey stone cottages and other buildings. The parish church is to one side of The Square which, together with High Street, is on the southern side of the village. The older and more attractive part of the village is around The Square and High Street, Church Street and Acre End Street. In The Square outside the historic Bartholomew Room is a reconstruction of the original cross which dated from around 1350. Eynsham has an excellent range of local amenities including primary and secondary schools, doctors' surgery, chemist, two supermarkets, local butcher and baker, a greengrocer, Post Office, library, village hall, three churches and a number of public houses and restaurants. It is on a regular bus route to both Witney and Oxford. Hanborough station (3.5 miles) serves Oxford and London Paddington, and Oxford Parkway station (4.8 miles) serves London Marylebone.
Witney c. 5 miles
Oxford c. 7 miles
Burford c. 12 miles
Cirencester c. 29 miles
Cheltenham c. 35 miles
London c. 62 miles
Hanborough or Oxford to London Paddington c. 1 hour
Oxford Parkway to London Marylebone c. 1 hour