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North Lane, Weston-On-The-Green, Oxfordshire, OX25

££400,000 Guide

2 Bedroom House Under Offer

North View was bought by our client only a few years ago, as a chance to enjoy that buzz of taking a tired cottage and giving it back some pride and pizzazz. And whereas a developer/ professional might cut the corners, as it's a labour of love by a gifted amateur the love expended on it is obvious throughout. That does not mean it's become a perfect shrine to modernity, far from it. The wibbly wobbly lines, eccentric beams, wonderful ledge and brace doors, uneven ceilings and floors, are all still there. But working within that framework our vendor has given the house modern fittings that enable 21st century living without irksome compromises. It's a delicious and attractive compromise that we are sure many people will love as much as we do.

The sturdy timber door (mind your head if you're tall) brings you straight in to a hall with all that history literally evident in the rough plaster wall straight ahead. Take a right and the downstairs bathroom (note there is also an upstairs wc) is beautifully executed and practical, with a large airing cupboard that also houses the washing machine and drier, and a modern suite including a power shower nestling behind a glass screen above the bath. Pleasingly, all the character niceties have been retained from the window seat to the beams. And when we say our client's a bee-keeper the hexagonal tiling behind the bath and sink that are nods to that make delightful sense! Back across the hall, the ceiling beams and rafters in the living room confirm the great age of this house, as does the enormous stone Inglenook fireplace with the outline of an old bread oven still evident behind the wood burner. Cottages are not generally known for good natural light. But between large amounts of glazing to two sides, whitewashed walls and stripped timbers everywhere, this room feels deliciously bright and positive. And at the rear, the conservatory is an ideal place to sit and gaze out at the garden even on a wet day.





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Cridland and Co Limited
The Morris Building
OX25 4NF

01869 343 600

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