- Sought-after Village location
- Recently updated & Well presented throughout
- Stunning Countryside Views
- Open-Plan Kitchen/Diner
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Ensuite Master Bedroom
- Hallway with Oak Flooring
- Good Sized living room with Wood Burner
- Recently renovated downstairs W/C
- Larger than average Detached Garage
This Four bedroom detached family home, having been meticulously maintained by its current owner, is situated in the much sought-after village of Long Hanborough, less than 10 minutes’ walk to Hanborough train station.
Having been in its current ownership for over 16 years, this delightful home boasts a larger-than-average detached garage, off-street parking and a side and rear garden offering stunning views over the Evenlode valley towards Combe in the background.
The spacious interior, connected on the ground floor by the oak-floored hallway, offers a good-sized living room with wood burner, a recently updated W/C and open-plan kitchen/dining area featuring integrated appliances, Quartz work-tops and outlooks to the rear garden and views beyond.
The first-floor benefits from four double bedrooms, including an ensuite master with walk in shower, recently updated family bathroom, airing cupboard and loft access.
Long Hanborough is situated 5 miles from Witney and 10 Miles from Oxford. Long Hanborough station is located less than a 10 minute walk from the property and offers direct, regular links to Oxford and London Paddington.
The village offers a supermarket, pub, restaurant, local taxi service, good primary school and recently installed 5G.
In The Owners Words:
"This house having been built in the 1970's has only had 3 owners which speaks volumes for how enjoyable it is to live here. When you wake in the mornings and you draw back the curtain you will often find deer and pheasants in the field. You come downstairs and open the shutters and watch the birds flitting and feeding in the garden as you sip your coffee.
At certain times in the year you will see two white barn owls trawling the field looking for prey.
The sun moves around the garden through the day so you can have breakfast, dinner or tea in some part of the sunshine.
During the summer months as the sun drops towards the horizon if you turn to the left from the garden wall you can capture a glorious sunset.
We moved here nearly 16 years ago. Reluctantly we now have to move to single storey accommodation due to a mobility problem. We will be sorry to leave."