A REFURBISHED THREE BEDROOM END OF TERRACE HOUSE WITH GARAGE & SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN QUIETLY SITUATED IN THIS POPULAR VILLAGE.
A REFURBISHED THREE BEDROOM END OF TERRACE HOUSE WITH GARAGE & SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN QUIETLY SITUATED IN THIS POPULAR VILLAGE JUST AROUND THE CORNER FROM THE COMMUNITTY SHOP. THE ACCOMMODATION IS AS FOLLOWS: GROUND FLOOR: ENTRANCE HALL, WC, REFURBISHED KITCHEN, LIVING/DINING ROOM WITH DOOR TO GARDEN. FIRST FLOOR: THREE BEDROOMS, REFURBISHED BATHROOM. OTHE DETAILS: REDECORATED, NEW FLOORING, ELECTRIC HEATING DOUBLE GLAZING. OUTSIDE: FRONT & REAR GARDEN, GARAGE.
Bledington is situated in the heart of the North Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Principally centred around the traditional village green, with children’s swings, pub and a stream running through it, the village is mainly comprised of period Cotswold stone properties. It enjoys a wonderful community spirit having retained a village hall, parish church and primary school (Ofsted: Outstanding) There is a popular community shop and cafe and a renowned award-winning pub, The Kings Head, which is situated on the green. In addition to the local schools in Kingham and Bledington, there are a number of private schools including those in Kitebrook, Cheltenham and Oxford and the well-known Cotswold School. Day-to-day amenities can be found at Stow-on-the-Wold, Burford and Chipping Norton with a wider selection at Cheltenham and Oxford. The renowned Daylesford Organic Farm Shop and newly opened health and fitness destination, The Club by Bamford, is just three miles away with Soho Farmhouse a thirteen mile drive. Communications are excellent with rail links from Kingham to Oxford and London Paddington and the national motorway network via the A40 leading to the M40 Junction 8 and the M5 Junction 11A.
EPC rating: D. Council tax band: X, Tenure: Freehold,