High Street, Lyneham, Oxfordshire, OX7
£625,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Attractive detached residence with the benefit of an extensive refurbishment and loft conversion

Charming three-bedroom detached cottage-style home in the centre of the well-regarded village of Lyneham

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Stone Wall Cottage had the benefit of a full refurbishment and loft conversion in 2023 carried out by the current owners to the highest standards, complemented by pretty gardens and gravelled off-street parking

Originally the house was built on the site of a tin tabernacle, also known as an iron church, which was flattened in the 1970's and rebuilt in a better position to take advantage of the lovely local views, with the original chapel gate still in use by the back door

Ground floor bedroom

The light and airy hall has travertine flooring and a good feeling of space, with stairs raising to the first floor

Open-plan kitchen/dining room offering a selection of wall and base units with integrated appliances, underfloor heating and travertine flooring

Across the hallway is the dual aspect sitting room with a central feature fireplace and oak wooden flooring

Additional reception room, offering a number of uses

On the far-side of the kitchen area is the downstairs cloakroom, additional single bedroom and a rear hall, providing access to the main street and the rear of the property, where the vendors have created a delightful gravelled area for a small table and chairs, with a productive apple tree by the back door

To the first floor, as part of the renovation works, the newly completed loft conversion provides two spacious double bedrooms with roof lights, which are both serviced by the well-appointed family bathroom with underfloor heating and rain-shower

Above bedroom three is very useful loft storage

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £1,800 pcm

OUTGOINGS

Council tax – band D

Tax payable for 2024/25 - £2,214.22

SERVICES

Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected

Electric heaters and part underfloor heating

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 72.4 Mbps if provider is BT

EPC Band E

SITUATION

Lyneham is a Cotswold hamlet about 5 miles south-west of Chipping Norton and about 6.5 miles from Burford, both of which provide a good range of shopping facilities

There is a popular 'pay and play' golf club with a restaurant and bar, a couple of minutes' walk

Milton-under-Wychwood (about 1.5 miles) has two village stores, post office, dental surgery and veterinary surgery, hairdressers and the award-winning Hare public house

Shipton-under-Wychwood (2 miles) also has a village shop and post office, petrol station, three public houses, a primary school, village hall and doctor's surgery

The award-winning Daylesford Shop, including the exclusive, Club by Bamford, is about 4.5 miles away

Good train services from Kingham (about 3 miles), the fastest reaching Paddington from 86 minutes

Other larger towns within easy reach are Cheltenham (16 miles), Cirencester (16), Stratford-upon-Avon (25) and Oxford (28)

Trains to London Paddington (from 80 minutes) from Charlbury (7 miles) and Kingham (3)

OUTSIDE

Pretty south-west facing front garden with a T-shaped gravelled driveway providing parking for several vehicles, two flanking lawn areas with a variety of mature flowers and shrubs, seating area, a lovely medlar tree, and a patio leading to the wooden garden shed

The private north-east facing rear garden is gravelled, providing an area for alfresco dining and is interspersed with plants and shrubs

In the Spring there is an abundance of flowers, including cowslips, primroses, grape hyacinth, a carpet of lily of the valley under the medlar tree, and wonderful cherry, medlar and apple blossom

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