£515,000 Guide Price
3 Bedroom House For Sale
Church Street, Ducklington, Witney OX29
- Triple Aspect Dining Kitchen with Aga
- Fine Drawing Room with Log Burner
- Three Elegantly Proportioned Bedrooms
- Ensuite Shower Room
- Family Bathroom
- Loft Room / Potential 4th Bedroom
- South Facing Walled Garden
- Off Street Parking
- Early Vacant Possession
- Modern Gas Central Heating
Is this the ideal period home? It offers a truly rare combination of large, light rooms with high ceilings complemented by leaded windows, authentic exposed beams, original features as well as a pretty walled garden and enchanting pergola that can be used as a carport to one side.
An Aga at the centre of a bespoke hand-crafted kitchen and wood burner set into an elegant cut stone fireplace with herringbone fireback complete the package!
The kitchen has a a country cottage style to it. The hardwood work surfaces are slightly deeper than average allowing standard appliances to be hidden behind door fronts as well as providing extra food preparation area. In addition to commodious storage there is a pretty plate rack and a riven natural slate floor. A barn door and window seat add character to the room as do the exposed beams that match the bressummer above the gas fired Aga. This is used as range only as the modern combination boiler in the adjacent utility provides hot water and heating. This area also has plumbing for a washing machine and was previously a cloakroom.
Beams make way for a corniced ceiling in the double aspect drawing room with wood burner providing a focal point at the centre of the room with fitted book casing to one side. There is a window seat to one end of his light room and double doors opposite lead directly into the garden. A braced door leads off to the stairs with a large cupboard beneath.
Three well-proportioned bedrooms radiate off the first-floor landing. One of these has an ensuite shower and another has the potential for a second ensuite by reconfiguring wardrobes next to the traditionally styled family bathroom.
The top floor has a loft room that could be formally considered additional accommodation if the stair well was enclosed and fire doors fitted. The present owner uses this as an informal television room and study. Under eaves cupboards provide further storage. There is a further boarded attic above the kitchen side of the property.
The pretty walled garden features the eponymous tallet steps as well as a fine selection of mature specimen and fruit trees that include a clipped bay and box as well as apple, pear and hazelnut.
Council Tax Band E