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The Tchure, Charlton On Otmoor, Oxfordshire, OX5

££375,000 Guide

3 Bedroom Cottage For Sale

Charlton on Otmoor is one of those rather delightful villages many have heard of but few have visited as it is discreetly tucked away beside an area designated as an RSPB nature reserve. Hence it has a rare sense of peace, off the beaten track, but within easy reach of road and rail as well as larger conurbations such as Oxford. But more than that it's the peculiarities of village life that make it so wonderful. Through the night there is literally not a sound, but during the day the fields in the lane
are so close you can hear the lambs bleating. On May Day festival you'll watch dancers round the Maypole. Then it's Aunt Sally in the summer, darts team in winter. Or how about the Otmoor Garden Society, or the Golf Nutters, or the football team, all notified in the Otmoor Review Newsletter? If you do want to leave the village, Islip Train Station goes into London or Oxford, but it's hardly necessary with a cracking pub just around the corner. Perhaps you'd prefer a leisurely Saturday morning buying eggs from the farm 3 doors down, or having milk delivered to the door along with homemade bread. And if that wasn't enough, try the Wild Blackberry and Sloe Picking in the summer perfect for making your own gin, along with Elderflowers for cordial. Convinced yet?!

Now that you've decided upon Charlton, drive down Church Lane towards the paddocks at the bottom, although you may start to wonder if you are in the wrong place until you see the lane bends around to the left, soon after which the cottage is at a dead end on your left. You would be hard pushed to find a quieter location. With a south facing patio garden and west facing windows, the house is light and bright yet retains all the character features you would expect of a cottage. It has been gently upgraded with all due sensitivity to the history of a house built in 1865, hence there remain beams and exposed stone aplenty - and unusually for a cottage, the ceiling heights are very good. With a large kitchen/ breakfast room plus a gorgeous living room with fireplace, it's a rather irresistible proposition!



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