Eynsham is a sought after West Oxfordshire village with an excellent range of local facilities and a fantastic daily bus service into both Oxford and Witney, each some 6 miles distant. Shops in the village include CO-OP and Spar shops, Butcher, Greengrocer, Off-Licence, Post Office, Electrical shop, Library, modern Health Centre, Hairdressers, Gym, Coffee shops, Indian Restaurant and a handful of traditional pubs. The village also has Toddler groups, a Primary School, and the highly reputable Bartholomew Secondary School. The community is buoyed by sports clubs and societies catering for all age groups and interests.
From Eynsham centre proceed east along the High Street and turn left into Queen Street. Queens Lane will be found just before The Queens Head pub on your left and on walking up the lane No.5 will be found on your left. A footpath from the High Street (Pug Lane) also leads directly to Queens Lane.
On the Ground Floor
Window to front, staircase to first floor, storage cupboard.
Double aspect room with timber framed double glazed windows to front and rear and attractive corner fireplace with a "Deans Forge" wood-burning stove.
Cream coloured cottage-style base and wall units (Howdens Burford range), stainless steel single drainer sink, rolled edge worktop and matching upstand, gas and electric cooker point, plumbing and space for washing machine, wall mounted gas boiler, windows to front and rear, old chimney feature, understairs storage cupboard, original ceiling beam, stable door to the rear garden.
On the First Floor
Access to roof space, window to rear.
Double aspect room with windows front and rear, chimney feature.
Window to front.
Updated white suite comprising panelled bath with 'Bristan' shower over, pedestal basin with matching 'Bristan' taps, WC, obscured glass window to rear, upright heated towel rail.
The end garage in a block with up and over door. This is a short walk from the cottage at the end of the lane within Newland Close. Approximate internal measurement 18' x 8'3".
Enclosed rear garden with a gated pedestrian access from Queens Lane. The garden has a westerly aspect and is enclosed in part by an old stone wall. Timber storage shed/wood store, mainly paved, flower/shrub bed. There are flower beds along the front of the cottage. Outside tap and light.
West Oxfordshire District Council - Band D.
By prior appointment through Abbey Properties on 01865 880697.