A successfully extended and immaculately presented, four bedroom cottage with far reaching views to the rear, gated driveway parking and a fantastic open plan kitchen / family room. Property
Bryher Cottage is a delightful cottage that offers an excellent range of accommodation over two floors. Entering through a solid wood stable door into a spacious hallway, doors open into both the sitting room at the front and the recently extended and remodelled kitchen / family room to the rear. A real hub of the home space, the kitchen is fitted with a range of contemporary, Shaker style units under solid wood work surfaces, space for an aga cooker, butler sink and island with useful breakfast bar. The remainder of the room offers defined dining and living areas with a set of French double doors opening to the garden and windows looking out to both the front and rear. Additional improvements to the property include a laundry room and office, both located off of the dining area. Completing the ground floor is a cosy family room, utility room, cloakroom and shower room.
To the first floor, the master bedroom is a generously sized double room featuring built-in wardrobes, two windows overlooking fields to the rear and access to a large area of loft storage space. The fourth bedroom also features built-in wardrobes whilst both the second and third are double rooms. The family bathroom has been fitted with a white, three piece suite. Loft access is via the landing and is fully boarded with power and light.
Externally, this semi-detached cottage is attractive from both the front and rear. A driveway, enclosed by 5-bar timber gates provides off-road parking for two vehicles and a garage, whilst gated access leads around to the rear garden. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn and is enclosed by timber panel fencing on three sides. There is a raised area of decking positioned ideally to catch the afternoon sun and there are unobstructed views across the adjoining paddocks beyond. Location
The rural village of Westcott is just over a mile from Waddesdon and the stunning Waddesdon Manor. There is a small shop in the village with a post office. The larger centres of Aylesbury, Bicester and Thame are all within easy reach and provide a full range of shopping and recreational facilities. Westcott has a C of E school for children aged 3-11 years. There is an excellent range of secondary schools in the area both in the public and private sectors including Waddesdon C of E Secondary and Ashfold School. For the commuter, there are railway stations at Aylesbury, Haddenham and Bicester North for Chiltern Line services to London Marylebone in under 40 minutes.
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