3 Bedroom Cottage House for sale in North Lane, Weston On The Green

3 Bedroom Cottage House - £625,000

North Lane, Weston On The Green

First listed on: 26th March 2020

Nearest stations: Islip (2.9 mi)Tackley (3.2 mi)Bicester Town (4 mi)Bicester North (4.2 mi)Oxford (8 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01869 343 600

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Property Features

  • Interesting, stylish & light
  • 3 characterful bedrooms
  • Vast kitchen/ dining room
  • Lovely living room with fireplace
  • Orangery extension to rear

Property Description

TAKE A TOUR FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME. Converted from a stone barn, a wonderful, extended cottage of circa 1,800 sq ft. 3 spacious bedrooms, en-suite, 18 ft kitchen/diner, lovely living room, lantern-roof orangery. Arguably the best location in the village, south-facing garden and fields beyond. NO CHAIN.

Just a total treat in every way, beautifully and intelligently upgraded in every part. Move in, open a bottle, relax.

Weston on the Green is a small and pretty village just to the North of Oxford. A drive past gives little hint to its ancient origins which include the local church dating in part to the 12th century. Today it is well known by locals for some lovely architecture, two excellent pub/ restaurants, The Milk Shed, a highly acclaimed cafe/ restaurant, a great local store/ Post Office, and the Weston Manor Hotel which is a business venue as well as offering murder mystery and other theme nights. The access to all points of the compass is exceptional via both road and rail, with Oxford, London, Birmingham and Milton Keynes all easily accessible. Schooling is also amply catered for with several primary and secondary schools locally which enjoy high Ofsted ratings. Fibre broadband is available in the village.

Hebe Cottage is a very interesting and intriguing property. Originally an agricultural barn, it is one of the oldest properties in the village. Sitting near the very bottom of a no-through lane, there's no passing traffic and very little noise of any type. Unlike many cottages, every living space is surprisingly large, eg a 19 ft living room and an 18 ft kitchen for starters, in addition to a 22 ft orangery. In this respect this cottage offers more space than most houses. From the first step across the threshold it's clear there has been a careful approach to the upgrading and expansion, to ensure it provides you with every luxury in a calm fashion. Our Virtual Tour technology was never more important than here, as every room and every angle exhibits such attention to detail. And ultimately what it all adds up to is a stylish home that is also deliciously comfortable and well located.

Entering the main door, it is instantly apparent that you're visiting something rather special. The creation of the orangery has been a game changer. There are two parts to this extension, the smaller room is a delightful study with its own lantern roof and a glazed door opening into the garden. The larger part is elegant and quite extraordinarily spacious, being connected to the living room, with its wood burning stove the central focus nestling in a stone fireplace. It's stylish and very calm, and occupying a total of around 600 sq feet it's almost unheard of to find such a space in a period cottage. Our client's taste is more turn-of-the-century Paris than 2020 English village, hence there are some stylish but large pieces of furniture here currently, and they are hosted with more than ample room to spare. Through the door on the right the inner hall is elegant with a central staircase which is flanked on one side by a large cupboard, and on the other there is a cloak room. Beyond, the kitchen follows the same theme. High quality units are timeless in design with cupboards running down two sides, topped with a composite work surface. In addition there is a central island with a contrasting timber top. The stone floor underfoot is also light and delightfully patinated, adding to the feeling of character. Quite aside from the generous kitchen units, the dining area is such that a large table and chairs are hosted with ease, leaving more than ample room for a sofa, dresser and the like. And to the rear the window seat provides the perfect spot from which to watch birds in the garden.

Upstairs, the feeling of space only increases. The landing is broad enough to host chairs, blanket chests etc, and feels even more spacious as the large window to the rear looks out onto the ridge and furrow field behind - a view shared by the two larger bedrooms. There are three storage cupboards accessed off the landing so storage is generously catered for. To either end there is an ample double bedroom, both of which are fitted with an array of cupboards/ wardrobes, with the bedroom to the right also including a very stylish en-suite. Bedroom three at first glance is much smaller, but this is merely by comparison as in fact it is also a good double room. Serving all three, the bathroom continues the high quality theme with its stylish surface-mounted ceramic sink over a timber top that stretches across the left wall above a generous vanity unit, and underfoot the floor is heated. Mirrors to both sides, including a very attractive inset item above the bath, flanked by glass mosaic tiles, enhance the natural light as well as the feeling of space.

Outside, the space is more than expected. The entrance to the garden from the lane is through iron gates with an entrance buzzer system including intercom, allowing off-street parking if desired. Once inside, the aura is very special. Gravelled areas to the right keep maintenance needs low, and here there is a large shed/ summer house as well as a further shed/ store. Behind the house the terrace to the left provides the most wonderful secluded sun trap, with an area of lawn to the right. The whole is enclosed by fencing hence secure for animals, and there are several trees and shrubs ranged round the edges. It's a very peaceful place to be, quiet and very relaxing.

Directions

Oxford City 10 milesA34 1 miles/ M40 2 milesRail to London 5 milesGreat local pubs & shopFibreoptic broadband available

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TAKE A TOUR FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME. Converted from a stone barn, a wonderful, extended cottage of circa 1,800 sq ft. 3 spacious bedrooms, en-suite, 18 ft kitchen/diner, lovely living room, lantern-roof orangery. Arguably the best location in the village, south-facing garden and fields beyond. NO CHAIN.

Just a total treat in every way, beautifully and intelligently upgraded in every part. Move in, open a bottle, relax.

Weston on the Green is a small and pretty village just to the North of Oxford. A drive past gives little hint to its ancient origins which include the local church dating in part to the 12th century. Today it is well known by locals for some lovely architecture, two excellent pub/ restaurants, The Milk Shed, a highly acclaimed cafe/ restaurant, a great local store/ Post Office, and the Weston Manor Hotel which is a business venue as well as offering murder mystery and other theme nights. The access to all points of the compass is exceptional via both road and rail, with Oxford, London, Birmingham and Milton Keynes all easily accessible. Schooling is also amply catered for with several primary and secondary schools locally which enjoy high Ofsted ratings. Fibre broadband is available in the village.

Hebe Cottage is a very interesting and intriguing property. Originally an agricultural barn, it is one of the oldest properties in the village. Sitting near the very bottom of a no-through lane, there's no passing traffic and very little noise of any type. Unlike many cottages, every living space is surprisingly large, eg a 19 ft living room and an 18 ft kitchen for starters, in addition to a 22 ft orangery. In this respect this cottage offers more space than most houses. From the first step across the threshold it's clear there has been a careful approach to the upgrading and expansion, to ensure it provides you with every luxury in a calm fashion. Our Virtual Tour technology was never more important than here, as every room and every angle exhibits such attention to detail. And ultimately what it all adds up to is a stylish home that is also deliciously comfortable and well located.

Entering the main door, it is instantly apparent that you're visiting something rather special. The creation of the orangery has been a game changer. There are two parts to this extension, the smaller room is a delightful study with its own lantern roof and a glazed door opening into the garden. The larger part is elegant and quite extraordinarily spacious, being connected to the living room, with its wood burning stove the central focus nestling in a stone fireplace. It's stylish and very calm, and occupying a total of around 600 sq feet it's almost unheard of to find such a space in a period cottage. Our client's taste is more turn-of-the-century Paris than 2020 English village, hence there are some stylish but large pieces of furniture here currently, and they are hosted with more than ample room to spare. Through the door on the right the inner hall is elegant with a central staircase which is flanked on one side by a large cupboard, and on the other there is a cloak room. Beyond, the kitchen follows the same theme. High quality units are timeless in design with cupboards running down two sides, topped with a composite work surface. In addition there is a central island with a contrasting timber top. The stone floor underfoot is also light and delightfully patinated, adding to the feeling of character. Quite aside from the generous kitchen units, the dining area is such that a large table and chairs are hosted with ease, leaving more than ample room for a sofa, dresser and the like. And to the rear the window seat provides the perfect spot from which to watch birds in the garden.

Upstairs, the feeling of space only increases. The landing is broad enough to host chairs, blanket chests etc, and feels even more spacious as the large window to the rear looks out onto the ridge and furrow field behind - a view shared by the two larger bedrooms. There are three storage cupboards accessed off the landing so storage is generously catered for. To either end there is an ample double bedroom, both of which are fitted with an array of cupboards/ wardrobes, with the bedroom to the right also including a very stylish en-suite. Bedroom three at first glance is much smaller, but this is merely by comparison as in fact it is also a good double room. Serving all three, the bathroom continues the high quality theme with its stylish surface-mounted ceramic sink over a timber top that stretches across the left wall above a generous vanity unit, and underfoot the floor is heated. Mirrors to both sides, including a very attractive inset item above the bath, flanked by glass mosaic tiles, enhance the natural light as well as the feeling of space.

Outside, the space is more than expected. The entrance to the garden from the lane is through iron gates with an entrance buzzer system including intercom, allowing off-street parking if desired. Once inside, the aura is very special. Gravelled areas to the right keep maintenance needs low, and here there is a large shed/ summer house as well as a further shed/ store. Behind the house the terrace to the left provides the most wonderful secluded sun trap, with an area of lawn to the right. The whole is enclosed by fencing hence secure for animals, and there are several trees and shrubs ranged round the edges. It's a very peaceful place to be, quiet and very relaxing.

Directions

Oxford City 10 milesA34 1 miles/ M40 2 milesRail to London 5 milesGreat local pubs & shopFibreoptic broadband available

You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

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The Morris Building

Greenway, Caulcott

Oxfordshire

OX25 4NF

Telephone: See phone number 01869 343 600

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OX25 4NF

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