Eynsham is a sought-after West Oxfordshire village with an excellent range of local facilities and a fantastic daily bus service into both Oxford and Witney, each some 6 miles distant. Shops in the village include CO-OP and Spar shops, butcher, bakery, greengrocer, off-licence, Post Office, electrical shop, library, modern Health Centre, hairdressers, gym, coffee shops, Indian restaurants and a handful of traditional pubs.
The village also has toddler groups, a primary school, and the highly reputable Bartholomew Secondary School. The community is further buoyed by sports clubs and societies catering for all age groups and interests.
The property is a short walk from our office in Mill Street, opposite the junction with Thames Street.
On the Ground Floor
Exposed timbers, tiled floor, original staircase to first floor.
Split-level room with exposed oak floorboards, fireplace with wood-burning stove, sash windows to front with window seat, fitted book shelving. Steps up to a raised section with wide window, shutters and window seat overlooking the garden. French doors to the rear garden.
Fireplace with solid elm floorboards, sash window to front with window seat.
A split-level room having timber base and wall units with a solid wood worktop, Belfast style sink, plumbing for dishwasher and space for range cooker, larder unit, extractor hood, tiled splashback, tiled floor. Stable door and window overlooking the garden and ample space for a dining table. Double doors leading to the barn family room.
WC, wash basin, electric consumer unit, plumbing for use as utility room, tiled floor and window.
Exposed oak floorboards, fireplace with wood-burning stove, windows overlooking the garden, attractive galleried landing area above. Fine old dockyard beam spanning the room, personal door to the garage, attractive open tread oak staircase to the first floor.
The corner of the room is currently made over to a small kitchen space, with a sink and fridge unit with two ring hob, an island unit and a lino floor covering to define the space.
On the First Floor
Original staircase to the second floor (main house).
Exposed ceiling beam and wall timbers, sash window to front with views towards Wytham Woods, gas fire, exposed floorboards.
White suite of panelled bath with period style shower/mixer tap and a tiled surround, pedestal basin, WC, bidet, windows to rear, exposed floorboards, built-in cupboard with arched doors.
Sash windows to front with views to Wytham Woods, exposed floorboards, ceiling beam and exposed wall timbers, fireplace with gas point.
Panelled bath with tiled surround, tiled shower cubicle, concealed cistern WC, wash basin in vanity unit, exposed floorboards, airing cupboard housing gas fired boiler, roof light.
A through room linking the original house with the barn accommodation. Window to the garden, exposed floorboards, roof light, exposed roof and wall timbers.
Within the stone barn overlooking the family room.
Continuation of the exposed floorboards which run throughout the barn. Exposed timbers, roof lights and high level window in the north elevation towards the garden. A bank of wardrobes/storage cupboards run along the landing.
Exposed timbers, roof light and low level row of fixed windows overlooking the garden, airing cupboard housing gas-fired boiler servicing the barn, oak floorboards.
Exposed timbers, roof light and low level row of fixed windows overlooking the garden, oak floorboards.
White suite of panelled bath with tiled surround and period style shower/mixer, pedestal basin, WC, roof light.
On the Second Floor - Original House
Feature triangular window in gable end, exposed roof timbers and floorboards on show throughout the second floor.
Double aspect L-shaped room with a dormer window to the front and window to rear, eaves storage, built-in wardrobe, exposed roof timbers and floorboards.
Dormer window to front, roof light to the rear elevation, exposed roof timbers and floorboards.
Timber double doors, electric light and power, plumbing for washing machine. Internal measurement of approximately 19'6 x 18'4.
Vehicular access through double gates to the walled garden. A gravelled driveway provides ample parking for several vehicles which in turn gives way to a lawn, border, vegetable garden and terrace area.
West Oxford District Council
By prior appointment through Abbey Properties. Contact the Eynsham office on 01865 880697.