- Entrance hall
- Living room
- Garden outbuilding with running power
- Two good size bedrooms
- Rear garden
Two double bedroom end of terrace with scope to extend (STP), positioned at the end of this delightful cul-de-sac setting in the highly regarded town of Thame. The property benefits from a spacious accommodation and has been cared internally by the current owner. Off street parking and a garden office with running power that offers a versatile space with endless opportunities. The residence would make a lovely first home and investment alike.
Entrance hall, kitchen, living room, garden outbuilding with running power, two good size bedrooms, bathroom, rear garden, parking
Thame is a most attractive and historic market town offering an excellent range of shops, quality restaurants, banks and leisure facilities. Located in east Oxfordshire, close to the Buckinghamshire border, Thame provides very convenient access to London and the Midlands via the M40 motorway (junction 8a, 4 miles and junction 7, 5 miles). The University City of Oxford is approximately 14 miles away offering a wide range of educational, shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. For the commuter, there is a mainline Chiltern Line railway station at Haddenham & Thame Parkway, providing a frequent and reliable service into London Marylebone in approximately 45 minutes. Lord Williams Secondary School is located on the outskirts of Thame but can be easily reached on foot via a public footpath. There is also a good selection of private schools in the area, including Ashfold at Dorton, Swanbourne School and further schools in Oxford.
In the owners words:
"I was originally drawn to this property because it was so future-proof. It has potential to extend, subject to planning permission, and if my partner hadn’t got a new job we would be staying put for sure! I love the garden, and the garden room especially. The studio/garden room has provided a versatile space, which has been invaluable, especially since lockdown. It’s my home office/snug/garden retreat.
The garden is home to many mature plants, as well as two sheds, one with electricity installed. On moving here, I put in new carpets throughout, as well as replacing the bathroom flooring. I also re-decorated with mainly neutral décor, freshening up the walls and gloss work. We have since had a new shower and pressure pump professionally installed. The porch area was originally a single brick building with an extra internal door, so I had it professionally repointed and insulated and have added new coir flooring.
The neighbourhood feels safe and quiet. There are various green spaces and parks close by, including a small green right outside the house. It’s not too far from the town centre, and also close to lots of lovely countryside – best of both worlds, I think. I own an allotment, which is a 5-10-minute walk away, which I adore, and is surrounded by beautiful countryside – perfect for dog walks, if you have a pup.
Thame has many award-winning restaurants, and many lovely pubs. Our closest pub is the Cross Keys, approximately a 15-minute walk away. The Cross Keys is a traditional, cosy pub, as well as a micro-brewery. There is an annual Thame Food Festival, Thame Art and Literature Festival, and various music and comedy festivals, all of which we’ve been to and thoroughly enjoyed. The annual food festival is now hosted at the Thame Showground, a 5-minute walk from the house, and is well worth a visit.