A pretty period house located looking over the Green in the popular Oxfordshire village of Shenington.
A pretty period village house
Two reception rooms
Good communication links
Loft and garage/workshop
Garden front and back
Windwistle is a pretty village house overlooking the Green. It has well proportioned reception rooms and although it has been modernised it has retained many period features. Upon entering the house there is a wide, open hallway leading to a sitting room and dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room has been recently modernised and now incorporates bespoke oak wall and base units, granite worktops, integrated appliances, a large multi-fuel burner and bi-fold doors leading to the rear garden. There is a cloakroom, utility and store room tocomplete the ground floor.
On the first floor there is a landing leading to two double bedrooms overlooking the Green. Two double bedrooms at the rear of the property have been joined into one resulting in a very generous master double bedroom with an office area. This bedroom could be simply reverted to two double bedrooms. There is a well presented en-suite bathroom and a generous loft area which, subject to planning, could be converted.
There is a pretty enclosed walled garden to the rear primarily laid to lawn with mature borders and a pond.
The large garage/workshop can be accessed from the road and with some modernisation and planning may be converted to offer a home office or an annex. The garden wraps itself round the garage creating a separate vegetable garden with fruit trees and an original well. Garage parking for one car with driveway parking for another.