Main Road, East Hagbourne | £585,000


A beautiful Grade II listed cottage believed to date from c.1650 and full of character with a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, a brick fireplace with ‘Clearview’ multi-fuel stove and a stunning contemporary triple aspect 23’ kitchen/dinning room that forms a lovely contrast with the 17th Century main building. In addition there are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, sitting room, study and utility/cloakroom. Outside there is ample driveway parking and a secluded south facing rear garden. Set in the heart of the historic conservation area of this sought after vibrant village, Upper Cross is less than 2 miles from Didcot Parkway train station.

A beautiful Grade II listed cottage believed to date from c.1650 and full of character with a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, a brick fireplace with ‘Clearview’ multi-fuel stove and a stunning contemporary triple aspect 23’ kitchen/dinning room that forms a lovely contrast with the 17th Century main building. In addition there are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, sitting room, study and utility/cloakroom. Outside there is ample driveway parking and a secluded south facing rear garden. Set in the heart of the historic conservation area of this sought after vibrant village, Upper Cross is less than 2 miles from Didcot Parkway train station.

  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • Period home in a lovely village centre setting
  • 23' triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room
  • Three bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Ample driveway parking
  • Secluded 66' south facing garden
  • Sitting room with mutli-fuel log stove 

Accommodation

The property has gas central heating to radiators.

Sitting Room: 16’8 x 11’2 Brick fireplace with a brick hearth and fitted ‘Clearview’ wood burning stove, cupboard to the side of the chimney breast. A window overlooks the front, exposed wall timbers, down lighters, two radiators, a door opens to the staircase

Study: 14’5 x 5’4 Two windows to the side, beamed ceiling, radiator: down lighters.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 23’2 x 11’5 This fabulous room features a triple aspect with 3 sets of French doors out to the garden, a picture window and door to the  side (double glazed). Fitted with an attractive range of units including an island with breakfast bar, wood worktops, integrated gas hob, stainless steel back-plate, extractor hood and electric oven, fridge and dishwasher. Solid wood floor, 3 radiators, part vaulted ceiling, generous loft space and down lighters.

Utility Room: 9 x 7’2 (L shaped) Double glazed window, range of cupboards, appliance space, gas boiler, wall timbers and beams, radiator and down lighters, loft access, wood floor.

Downstairs WC: With wood floor, double glazed window.

Stairs to Landing: Wall timbers, down lighters, leaded light window to the front.

Bedroom 1: 11’3 x 10’7 Window to the front, wall timbers, radiators and down lighters.

Dressing Room: Hanging rails and wardrobe, down lighter.

En Suite Shower Room: Fitted with a white 3-piece suite, down lighters, shelved recess, feature cast iron fireplace, wood floor.

Bedroom 3: 9’ x 6’9 Leaded light window to the rear, wall timbers, down lighters and radiator.

Stairs to Second Floor Landing: Windows to the side, exposed beams, down lighters, loft access.

Bedroom 2: 12’8 (maximum) x 11’6  Window to the front, radiator, exposed beams, range of eaves cupboards: down lighters (low doorway).

Bathroom: White 3-piece suite, tiling, chrome radiator,  skylight and down lighters.

Outside

The property is approached by a gravel drive bordered byareas of lawn with shrub and plant borders, a side hedge and a rail fence with attractive climbing rose to the front.

The main garden extends to approx. 66ft in length and faces south. A paved terrace extends out to the garden, which is predominantly set to lawn with deep and well stocked border beds with a wealth of shrubs and plants. A timber fence to the rear and one side, hedge to the other, range of sheds along side of the terrace.

Garden Shed: 13’4 x 7’4

Floorplan for Main Road, East Hagbourne