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3 Bedroom Semi-Detached For Sale £750,000

Howe Hill, Watlington

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Marigold Cottage is an elegantly presented period property set in beautifully mature gardens surrounded by open countryside. Accommodation comprises 2 reception rooms, kitchen, study, cloakroom, 3 bedrooms & bathroom. Ample off street parking, double garage with an a equally sized store below.
LOCATION:
The hamlet of Howe Hill is conveniently situated on the B480 linking the M40 with Reading with a full range of services and facilities in nearby Watlington and Nettlebed. Howe Hill is on the edge of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just 15 minutes from the market town of Henley, 30 minutes from the City of Oxford and 25 miles from the M25. The M40 is a ten minutes drive from J6 or J5.

ACCOMMODATION - GROUND FLOOR:
Bespoke hardwood stable door with glazed insert into:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: - 4.84m (15'11") Max x 3.92m (12'10") Max
Double aspect with double glazed windows overlooking the side and rear gardens, fitted with a range of matching cream fronted wall and base units housing cupboards and drawers, Silestone work surfaces and up stands, inset white ceramic 1½ bowl sink/drainer unit with mixer tap, inset 4 ring ceramic hob, built in electric oven, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, Rayburn, recessed ceiling down lights, under unit lighting, power points, Travertine tiled floor, doors to the cloakroom and study, open to the sitting and dining room.

CLOAKROOM:
Fitted with a white suite of wall mounted hand wash basin and close coupled WC, part tiled walls, Travertine tiled floor, ceiling light point, radiator and double glazed obscured glass window to the rear.

STUDY: - 2.26m (7'5") x 3.92m (12'10")
Double glazed window to the rear, full length extensive wall shelving, ceiling light point, power points, telephone point, radiator and solid oak flooring.

LIVING ROOM: - 4.86m (15'11") Max x 3.69m (12'1") Max
An elegant triple aspect reception room with a secondary glazed sash window to the front, double glazed windows to the front and rear and double glazed double doors leading out to the side terrace, Morso wood burning stove on a slated hearth, alcove shelving and storage cupboards, wall light points, television aerial points, power points, radiators and solid oak flooring.

DINING ROOM:
Secondary glazed sash window to the front, attractive cast iron fireplace with a terracotta tiled hearth, power points, telephone point, radiator and custom built feature oak staircase rising to the first floor.

FIRST FLOOR - LANDING:
Doors to bedrooms one and two, bathroom and airing cupboard housing water tank, panelled wall (which can be removed to create a spacious landing space) to bedroom three, ceiling light point.

BEDROOM ONE: - 3.4m (11'2") x 3.92m (12'10")
A bright and airy double aspect room with double glazed windows to the side and rear with views across the gardens and fields beyond, ceiling light point, power points, radiator and door to walk in wardrobe fitted with shelving and hanging space, wall light points and hatch to loft.

BEDROOM TWO: - 3.4m (11'2") x 3.69m (12'1")
Secondary glazed sash window with views across fields to the front, two double fitted wardrobes, one double built in wardrobe, ceiling light point, power points and radiator.

BEDROOM THREE: - 3.79m (12'5") x 2.4m (7'10")
Secondary glazed sash window with views over fields to the front, ceiling light point, power points, television aerial point and radiator.

BATHROOM: - 2.45m (8'0") x 3.92m (12'10")
An usually large bathroom, stylishly fitted with a white suite comprising free standing roll top bath, large walk in shower cubicle, pedestal hand wash basin and close coupled WC, part tiled walls, tiled floor, wall mounted heated towel rails, recessed ceiling down lights and double glazed window to the rear looking across the garden.

OUTSIDE:
A highlight of Marigold Cottage is the beautifully maintained mature gardens which are approximately two thirds of an acre. The property is approached from the driveway down steps and a pathway with a well planted rockery with raised ornamental Japanese Koi pond to one side and the woodland dell to the other which is a striking landscape feature, planted to come out in a mass of colour, has a water feature and night lighting. A French oak decked terrace connects the house to the rest of the garden which is mainly laid to grass with a wide variety of trees, shrubs and flowers. In the centre of the garden is a paved seating area under an oak pergola clad in clematis, climbing roses, honeysuckle and wisteria. Amongst the features in the grounds of Marigold Cottage is a productive kitchen garden bounded by mature box hedging and incorporating raised beds, a storage shed and small greenhouse. The kitchen garden backs onto a woodland strip forming a backdrop to the neighbouring field.The rear garden is enclosed by tall mature holly hedging to the right and post and rail timber fencing to the right. Whilst the property retains a generous garden incorporating the many features above, the rear garden has been sub divided to create a potential development plot in the landscaped grounds. The sub divided garden plot is to be retained by the owners and not included in the advertised price.

PARKING:
The property enjoys extensive parking on the gravel drive leading to:

GARAGE: - 6.21m (20'4") x 6.37m (20'11")
Double garage with two up and over doors to the front, one up and over door to the rear for easy access to the garden, power and light.

STORES: - 6.21m (20'4") x 6.37m (20'11")
Beneath the garage, an equally sized timber clad workshop/store split into two areas with substantial character heavyweight door to the side, butlers sink, power and light.

NB:
The two storey garage and store has potential for adaption to create a self contained annex or even a new dwelling subject to planning permission.

SERVICES AND OUTGOINGS:
Mains water and electric. Private drainiage. Oil fired central heating. Telecom subject to regulations. Excellent super fast broadband. South Oxfordshire District Council – Tax Band D.

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