* Entrance Hall * Living Room * Dining Room * Kitchen * Cloakroom * 2 Double Bedrooms * Box Room/Small Bedroom 3 * Bathroom * Oil Fired Central Heating * Gardens on all sides with a total plot c. 27m x 20m * Driveway * Garage (In need of replacing) * Potential to extend STPP *
A most charming period Cottage situated in a desirable village location dating back to c.1897 that is detached and offers huge scope for improvement with extension possibilities, subject to obtaining necessary planning permissions. Elm Cottage sits centrally in a plot measuring on average 27m x 20m and to the northern side has mature gardens with established shrubs, trees and lawn. This area then blends into the Southerly facing rear gardens with a number of brick outbuildings that offer storage and could be enhanced (as works will be required). On the Eastern side of the house is the Garage which requires updating or replacement. Internally the stairs run centrally up the middle of the house with Living Room and Dining Room set to either side and Kitchen and Cloakroom at the rear overlooking the gardens. On the first floor are 2 double Bedrooms that almost mirror the Reception Rooms below with a Box Room/3rd Bedroom and Bathroom at the rear. Property of this nature with such great potential rarely comes to market – early viewing advised.
Alvescot is an attractive village on the edge of the Cotswolds and civil parish in West Oxfordshire. The village consists of mainly period homes, the Church of St Peter dating from the 13th century, a well-regarded Primary School (with Ofsted rating “good”) with Pre-School setting, The Plough public house, community tennis court, children's play area and a thriving village community.
Local everyday shops in nearby Bampton, Carterton and Lechlade. Good access to the M40 (J8) near Oxford and M4 (J15) at Swindon. London Paddington approx. 1 hour from Oxford with further mainline railway stations at Charlbury, Swindon and Didcot.
Use SAT NAV postcode OX18 2PS. On approaching Station Road from Black Bourton pass through the traffic calming and Elm Cottage is the third house on the left.
By prior appointment through Abbey Properties.
West Oxfordshire District Council – Band D.