The village of Yarnton lies about about 1 mile southwest of Kidlington and some 4 miles north of Oxford city centre. It has a good range of amenities and benefits that include a GP surgery, pharmacy, pub, parks/play area, primary school and nursery, regular bus services to Oxford, Woodstock & Chipping Norton, and nearby canal walks to Wolvercote & Oxford. A Budgens petrol station with shop is a short walk from the Cottage. Oxford Parkway railway station is some 2 miles with direct services to London Marylebone and Oxford park & ride is just 1.5m. The village is also well placed for access to the A34, A40 and M40 motorway.
Kings Row Cottages are on the edge of the village, adjacent to the A44 Woodstock Road. Access to the property is via the A44 where the Cottages will be found on your left, heading northwest, a short distance beyond The Turnpike pub roundabout. From Yarnton village, proceed along the Cassington Road to the A44, turn left at the roundabout and the Cottage will be found on your left. Park on the wide pavement next to the Cottages.
Base and wall units, island unit with gas hob, timber worktop, built-in electric oven, Belfast style sink, gas fired boiler, integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher, wood flooring, exposed ceiling timbers, windows front and rear, window seat, staircase to first floor and storage beneath, doors to front and rear gardens. Door to:-
Window to front and window seat, fireplace with wood-burning stove on a raised hearth, recessed shelving and storage, exposed ceiling timbers, continuation of oak flooring.
On the First Floor
Window to front, built-in wardrobe.
Window to rear, built-in wardrobe.
A good sized and stylish Bathroom comprising white suite of bath with tiled panels and surround, pedestal basin, WC, tiled shower cubicle, exposed floorboards, window to front, understair storage.
On the Second Floor
Exposed roof timbers, laminate flooring, dormer window to front, Velux window to rear elevation.
Tiled shower cubicle, WC, wash basin, tiled floor with underfloor heating, part-tiled walls, dormer window to front.
There is no official off-road parking forming part of the title but owners of these cottages have always used the wide verge to park, next to the cottages and adjacent to the A44.
A shared pathway access either side of the terrace leads to both front and rear of the Cottages. The long front garden widens at the far end and is a mixture of lawn and meadow grass. We understand No.2 has a right of access to their own garden, beyond the end boundary of No.3. There is also a pleasant gravel terrace, enclosed by a picket fence.
The rear garden extends to approximately 130' in length and comprises gravel terrace with timber shed, lawn, soft fruit bushes, apple tree, raised vegetable beds and a poly tunnel. The garden is enclosed by established hedging on two sides. Outside tap.
West Oxfordshire District Council - Band C.