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Brimming with rustic elegance and charm, this welcoming, grade II listed cottage is located within the desirable village of Marsh Baldon, surrounded by an abundance of green space. Believed to date back to the 17th century, this picture-perfect thatched property features an open inglenook fireplace creating a stunning centrepiece to the lounge, a generous south-facing garden, three good sized bedrooms and a open-plan style lounge & dining room. If you love properties of the past but still need to live in the present, this family home is the ideal find thanks to being situated just a stones throw from the Village pub and within easy reach of nearby towns and the City of Oxford.
WHAT THE OWNER SAYS..."The open space, private garden and being out in the countryside is so wonderful, and it's only 6 miles from the stunning architecture of Oxford!"
The cottage is accessed via the gate opening to the front garden which is enclosed with dry stone walling and planted with a decorative mix of established shrubs and flowers. The property's front door opens to:
Dual aspect windows, tiled flooring and door to:
Working Inglenook fireplace with bread oven and tiled hearth creating a central feature to the room, dual aspect windows, radiator and thumb latch door to stairs rising to first floor. The lounge area leads to:
Traditional exposed beams, window to front aspect, radiator and under stairs storage cupboard.
Matching wall and base units, one and a half bowl sink/drainer, integral gas hob with separate electric oven and extractor fan, integral dishwasher and space for washing machine and fridge. Timber work surfaces and flooring, double glazed window, Fired Earth tiles to walls and double doors opening to raised patio area.
Spacious inner hallway with stable style door opening to rear garden, space for fridge/freezer, timber flooring, radiator and door to front of property.
Dual aspect windows, radiator and versatile overhead storage area fitted with lighting (previously used as a den-style sleeping area)
Suite comprising walk-in shower, hand wash basin and WC. Timber flooring, tiling to walls, extractor fan and radiator.
Window to front aspect, radiator and original elm timber flooring. Doors to:
Dual aspect windows to front and rear, feature fireplace and generous sized built-in wardrobe.
Window to rear aspect, radiator and built-in wardrobe/cupboard.
Suite comprising panel bath with shower attachment, hand wash basin and WC. Tiling to walls, radiator, extractor fan and access to loft space.
This generous and secluded, south-facing rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and planted with a mature array of trees and shrubs including the Bramley apple tree which gives the cottage its name. With a paved patio area, greenhouse, timber shed and decorated with flowerbeds.