- Substantial Grade II listed cottage set in the conservation area
- Renovated and remodelled to a very high standard
- Over 2020 sqft of living space including five reception rooms and three/four bedrooms
- Landscaped garden and garage
- Sought after village location with many facilities and excellent communications
- NO UPWARD CHAIN
Recently renovated and remodelled to a high standard, Priory Bank is a beautiful Grade II Listed thatched cottage, with inglenook fireplace, wood burner and exposed beams, situated in the conservation area of the sought after village of Great Milton, within walking distance of the village school, shop, church and Le Manoir Aux Quat Saisons. Ideal for easy access to London by road or rail. Priory Bank is an outstanding stone thatched cottage, originally two farmworkers cottages that has been transformed in more recent years into a spacious, luxurious home with a wealth of traditional features including exposed beams and a working inglenook fireplace in the main reception room. Accommodation includes the luxury of two elegant reception rooms, dining room and a beautiful garden room, together with a large, contemporary fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, Rayburn stove and central island . Additionally on this floor there is a useful study and utility room just off the kitchen. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a large space currently used as a reading room which could possibly be used as a fourth bedroom. Two of the bedrooms have modern en-suite facilities. There is also a sizeable attic, and a cellar for storage which contains a unique original bread oven.
From the garden room doors open out onto a spacious patio and through into the secluded multi-layered garden which has been professionally landscaped to provide a number of interesting areas for quiet relaxation and al fresco dining. At the top of the garden pedestrian access leads to a detached garage accessed from a service road which in turn opens onto farmland and a lovely country walk. Great Milton is a delightful and sociable village with many diverse activities. There is a primary school, with a comprehensive range of schools for older children located nearby. There is a friendly pub and just 300 yards from the house, is the renowned Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. Thame is seven miles away and a journey to Oxford takes around fifteen minutes. In addition the village has outstanding access to road and rail links with the M40 only a mile distant.