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High Street, Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire, OX25

££700,000 Guide

4 Bedroom Cottage Under Offer

Caleb's Farmhouse sits on a quiet lane of houses that mostly date back hundreds of years. All speak of a time when this village grew around a thriving canal and busy farms. And that legacy provides us with some of the prettiest architecture this county has to offer. From iron-hard timbers to flagstone floors to Inglenook fireplaces and a Rayburn range, it's everything you would hope for and more. And this is amply embellished by the level of love the vendors have clearly put into this house, evidenced by the quality of windows, kitchen fittings, bathroom sanitaryware, even light switches... But quite apart from all that, it's a pleasant surprise to find how practical it is. The layout flows well, there's good natural light, ceiling heights are fine for modern generations, and in addition to all this there's a detached office in the garden that's a ready-made work space. If it were not for a different phase in life, our vendors would have no reason to leave. However, they are purchasing a new property which will be ready to occupy (with no chain) towards end of 2021 so their course is set! Hopefully their loss is your gain...

The moment you enter the house, up the four gentle steps under a pretty open porch, it's impossible not to smile. You step into a room that is quite delightful. A thick central beam flanked by the more minor joists runs directly away from you towards a large window gazing out to the garden. The Inglenook fireplace is charming, and the wood burner fitted within it conjures images of its flickering warmth on snowy winter evenings. And how the flagstone floor has remained this well preserved we don't know... It all adds up to a room that just oozes a feeling of invitation and joy. The same can be said of the dining room behind. While more modern in age, it radiates much of the cottage feeling as it shares both the stone floors and ceiling timbers of the living room. Although this time the ceiling is vaulted, giving it a greater feeling of space than the actually quite generous proportions already provide. And to the rear a pair of glazed doors, flanked with further glazed panels, perfectly links the room with the terrace and garden beyond. It's a lovely, light and positive room.





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Cridland and Co Limited
The Morris Building
OX25 4NF

01869 343 600

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