- Recently extended, renovated and updated family home presented in immaculate order
- Fabulous open plan kitchen/dining room/family room
- Master bedroom with panoramic window affording views over the uninterrupted countryside
- Large mature gardens adjoining paddock land
- Highly sought after village setting offering easy access to Thame and London
A substantial semi-detached family home originally constructed in the 1950’s that has recently been extended and updated throughout to create a stunning open-plan design offering bright and airy living space set in generous gardens adjoining open farmland and paddocks.
On entering the property a spacious entrance hall with adjoining cloakroom opens onto a stunning open plan kitchen/dining/family room fitted with an extensive range of contemporary base and wall units with Silestone worktops and integrated Siemens six ring gas hob with extractor over, double oven, dishwasher and inset Blanco sink. The kitchen also features a generous island unit with matching Silestone top, additional storage and a breakfast bar. The kitchen flows seamlessly into a 25’ dining area complete with skylight and picture window overlooking the rear garden which in turn provides access through glazed sliding doors into a cosy living room complete with fireplace and inset log burning stove. Additional ground floor accommodation includes a useful utility room and study. First floor accommodation doesn’t disappoint, with a large master bedroom featuring a full height picture window offering exceptional panoramic views and en-suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom including a separate thermostatic shower, vanity unit and beautiful floor and bath panel tiles. Approached off a quiet no-through single track lane on the fringe of the village, 2 The Cottage benefits from extensive off street parking laid to a gravel drive with a side gate leading the rear gardens. Laid predominately to lawn and situated to both the rear and the side aspect, the gardens offer a westerly aspect and include a large terrace laid to patio with rendered dwarf wall. To the side is a useful timber storage shed, modern oil tank and external Worcester modern oil fired boiler. Regularly appearing in the popular Midsomer Murders television series, Sydenham is undoubtedly the quintessential Oxfordshire village. With a traditional pub and church overlooking the green, the village is quiet and idyllic whilst located within striking distance of London.