In a cul-de-sac location less than a mile from Woodstock Town Centre, this two double bedroom house offers scope for extending.
A well proportioned corner plot two bedroomed home which benefits from being in a sought-after cul-de-sac location less than a mile from Woodstock town centre.
The house has the potential to be extended, subject to the usual planning consents.
This property could benefit from some modernisation but has been well maintained by its current owners.
It offers off street driveway parking and an integral garage, a kitchen with a recently replaced boiler, entrance hall and an 18â€™5â€x 11â€™11â€ size reception room â€“ both with solid wood maple floors, a separate dining room that could be utilised as a downstairs bedroom, two double bedrooms on the first floor and a family bathroom.
Externally the property offers front and rear gardens with mature shrubs and additionally a side garden that expands to the pavement edge.
The historic town of Woodstock has a wonderful range of amenities including restaurants, pubs, hotels, cafÃ©s, and a multitude of shops and independent boutiques.
Woodstock is also home to Blenheim Palace Estate, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. As a Woodstock resident you are entitled to a free pass to the estate, which can be enjoyed all year round. Woodstock is also a significant cultural centre with its own museum, and the town regularly hosts a number of literary, sporting and music festivals. Being less than 9 miles from Oxford and 12 miles from Chipping Norton, Woodstock is also ideally located for access to the Cotswolds and London, with a regular bus service to the city and also to Oxford Parkway, which provides access to London Marylebone from approximately 55 minutes. There is an excellent range of schools including The Marlborough School in Woodstock itself, but also with Oxfordâ€™s own independent schools on the doorstep.