School Lane, Stadhampton, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX44

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Believed to date from the early 18th century with more recent additions, this charming Grade II Listed thatched cottage, offers a lovely home tucked away in School Lane, a no-through road within the highly sought after village of Stadhampton. The property has an enormous amount of character with many original features in the older part of the house including many exposed beams and fireplaces. In more recent years, the property was extended to the rear at ground floor level and recently improved further by the present owners. In addition, the cottage has the benefit of planning permission to extend further to create a large kitchen/dining room and a further bedroom.

The original cottage boasts two charming reception rooms; a double aspect sitting room enjoying a large inglenook fireplace and a dining room/entrance hall also with fireplace. Forming part of the modern extension at the rear of the house is the stylish and recently updated bespoke kitchen/breakfast room enjoying an outlook over the garden. Completing the ground floor is a double bedroom and recently fitted stylish bathroom and rear entrance hall providing an ideal boot room. The first floor of the original cottage provides two further bedrooms and a shower room.


To the front of the house a gated gravel drive, bordered by mature shrubs, provides parking to the front and side of the house. There are two external EV charging points and a well in the front garden. Providing an attractive setting, the main garden lies to the rear principally laid to lawn with a terrace leading off the house and a further seating/dining area arranged at the end of the garden.


Stadhampton is an attractive village located approximately 8 miles to the southeast of Oxford and 6 miles east of Abingdon. The village is within easy reach of a number of excellent schools including those within both Abingdon and Oxford, as well as the EUROPA school in Culham. There is an excellent network of local walks close to the house. Stadhampton is a thriving Oxfordshire village benefiting from easy access to the M40 which provides a fast route to London and the Midlands.Oxford, Wallingford and Thame offer shopping and recreational facilities with the village itself providing an M&S food shop at the village garage. Other local amenities include a great local primary school and preschool, public house, playground and village hall. The well renowned Crazy Bear IS located within the village and Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is in nearby Great Milton. For the commuter There is a train service from Haddenham & Thame Parkway to Marylebone (c.45 minutes) and Didcot to Paddington. The Oxfordshire Golf Club and Waterstock Golf Club are nearby and there is an excellent selection of independent schools at Oxford and Abingdon (both c.8 miles distant).

Additional Information

Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council

Council Tax: Band E

Services: All mains services are connected. Biomass boiler.

Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Grade II listed.

The house falls within the Oxford Green Belt and within a location of potential archaeological interest.

Broadband speeds can be checked here: The maximum download rate is predicted to be 1000 Mbps with a 1000 Mbps upload speed, subject to availability. Mobile phone coverage and speeds can be checked here:, however, three providers are predicted to have good levels of service.

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