2 Bedroom Cottage Let Agreed
Upper Heyford is a quiet and secluded village away from the beaten track but within easy reach of amenities and road/ rail links. The community is vibrant and varied with a well-used village hall and green plus a good local pub, plus there is a highly-regarded new free-school less than a mile distant; many villagers also enjoy a walk of around a mile down the Oxford Canal to Lower Heyford where a shop and cafe can be found at the canal wharf as well as a further good pub. Rail access is excellent with Lower Heyford having a station feeding to Oxford and London Paddington, Bicester North is 7 miles East with fast and frequent trains into London Marylebone. Road links are also straightforward with both the M40 and A34 a short drive away.
Bus route: one leaves hourly from outside the house that goes straight into central Oxford (37 minutes) and another into Bicester (12 minutes).
4 Somerton Road is a lovely cottage dating from the 18th century. Today the charm and quirkiness so attractive in an old cottage remains, but the standard of fixtures and fittings has been raised considerably. In addition, our client has added solar panels which drastically reduce the bills and hence it is a much more efficient property to heat. Do note that the property has no garden, however there are village allotments opposite - the current tenants have a plot for around £10 a year and they can transfer the lease to a new tenant.