- Driveway and parking for multiple vehicles
- ,Entrance porch leading to entrance hall
- Main living room with open fire place and bread oven
- Second reception room with log burning stove
- Spacious office
- Ground floor WC and separate utility,
- Four first floor bedroom
- Family bathroom
- self-containing one bedroom annex, garage and workshop
- Summer house and a large shed.
- Custom built Dutch Barn style dog kennel
Charming detached grade II listed four bedroom thatched cottage believed to date back to 1620 boasting character throughout with additional one bedroom detached annex. Positioned on circa an acre of mature grounds.
The property has been sympathetically extended to the rear allowing for further accommodation and a versatile living arrangement. This lovely residence is packed with character features throughout including exposed features beams, open fire place and bread oven just to mention a few. Equally updated kitchen with oak work surfaces, tiled floor overlooking the stunning mature grounds via the bi-fold doors to the rear. While in the heart of the village it is delightfully secluded, accessed by a private lane and positioned on a generous plot attracting a variation of wildlife including Deer and Red Kites in this delightful conservation area of Oxfordshire’s countryside.
In addition to the kitchen/dining room the property allows for a flexible living with its three separate reception rooms on the ground floor. The living room is ideal for entertaining featuring the open fire place and bread oven and feature beams offering a cosy and retreat like feel. The family room spacious and featuring a log burning stove and a generous study. The first floor accommodation consists of four bedrooms, family bathroom, separate shower room open first floor landing with Messene flooding the entrance hall with natural light.
Driveway and parking for multiple vehicles, entrance porch, entrance hall, main living room with open fire place and bread oven, second reception room with log burning stove, spacious office, kitchen/diner leading to grounds, ground floor WC, separate utility four first floor bedrooms, , family bathroom, self-containing one bedroom annex, garage and workshop in stunning mature grounds. Also custom built Dutch Barn style dog kennel, a summer house and a large shed.
There are excellent primary schools less than 2 miles away in Thame and other small village primary schools in surrounding villages. The Excellent rated Lord Williams School is little more than a mile away in Thame. There are also 3 grammar schools in nearby Aylesbury and 2 in High Wycombe
In close approximately to Thame, Towersey is a highly sought after and picturesque Oxfordshire village, enjoying a friendly community with many amenities including a popular village pub, the annual village festival, Phoenix trail- walk/running or cycling trail that connects both Thame and princess Risborough, refurbished village hall. The village offers good access to the M40 and just a short drive to Haddenham & Thame parkway for fast trains into London Marylebone around 45 minutes.
In the owners words:
“I bought the house because I fell in love with the character of the property , the large and beautiful garden and the position of the house. The house is in the heart of the village but, being set back from the road is very private, peaceful and not overlooked. In the winter the house is very cosy and in the summer the garden is just wonderful for socialising and enjoying those long evenings. The garden is very mature and attracts lots of wildlife. This summer we had so many butterflies and so many wild flowers. I also loved the History. It was built around 162O as the Village Blacksmiths and in the Mid 20th Century was the home of famous artist Stanley Anderson RA. Much of his work was produced in what is now the annexe and the house and the village are featured in many of his sought after pictures and were recently the subject of a dedicated exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art”