- DETACHED PERIOD COTTAGE IN RURAL POSITION
- BATHROOM AND SHOWER ROOM
- FAMILY ROOM WITH WOOD BURNER
- UTILITY ROOM AND CLOAKROOM
- COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
- FOUR BEDROOMS
- SITTING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK FIREPLACE
- KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
- PRETTY GARDENS BORDERED BY FIELDS ON THREE SIDES
- PARKING FOR FOUR CARS
Hughes Sealey Estate Agents welcome you to Rose Tree Cottage.
If you are looking for a rural spot with easy access to amenities this could be the one for you.
Langley village was wiped out during the Plague, but the name still exists. The original part of Rose Tree Cottage is believed to be c.300 years old and has since been extended to create a practical home with character. It retains lovely period features including an Inglenook Fireplace, exposed beams and timbers and exposed stonework whilst benefitting from a modern kitchen and bathrooms.
Being a detached property there are views across Cotswold countryside from every aspect. Up until 30 years ago Rose Tree Cottage was in the ownership of The Crown and as such has never been listed. Nearby Swinbrook has a lovely pub on the River Windrush and further pubs, cafes and restaurants are in abundance in nearby Burford. Chipping Norton c.8.5 miles is a charming North Cotswold town situated in West Oxfordshire, c.12 miles South West of Banbury and c.18 miles North West of Oxford.
The town is famous for its Theatre, which hosts plays, comedians, music, cinema and the annual pantomime. There are two primary schools and secondary school with sixth form. A wide variety of shopping is on offer including an M&S food hall, large Co-op, Sainsburys and a number of independent traders. Daylesford Organic Farm shop is nearby in Kingham and not forgetting Jeremy Clarkson's Diddley Squat Farm Shop c.3 miles towards Chipping Norton. Numerous cafes, pubs and restaurants make this a thriving, sociable market town. There is a golf club, leisure centre, rugby and cricket club. A mainline commuter service offers regular trains into London Paddington, c.90 minutes from Charlbury c.7 miles away. There is also a regular bus service to the commuter and cultural centre of Oxford.
Enter Rose Tree Cottage into a hallway with cloakroom and utility room off and on into a large kitchen/breakfast rooms with doors opening onto a generous paved area. A central island and electric Aga feature is this bright airy space.
The sitting room is double aspect with large Inglenook fireplace and fitted wood burner. The floor is flagstones and an abundance of exposed beams complete this welcoming room. A hand-crafted oak staircase with carved spindles and balustrade lead to the first floor. There is a separate family room/snug, also with wood burning stove.
Two double bedrooms and a family bathroom with claw foot bath and separate shower are accessed from the main staircase. There is a second oak staircase which serves the main bedroom with shower room adjacent and bedroom four.
A particular feature of this property are the lovely cottage gardens. There is a large stone terrace ideal for entertaining with Roses, Wisteria and Clematis bounded by a stone wall leading down to a generous shaped lawned area with well stocked flower and shrub beds and borders. A rose arch also leads from the terrace towards a vegetable garden with shed.
The gardens to one side of the property have been recently seeded with wildflowers. There is an attractive stone-built summer house and the gardens enjoy views in all directions across the surrounding rural landscape.
There is a gravelled driveway providing off road parking for c.4 vehicles.
SERVICES: Private water supply and septic tank drainage. Mains electric. Oil fired central heating (underfloor in the kitchen/breakfast room).
Please enter the following postcode on your Sat Nav OX29 9QE. Alternatively from Burford follow the A361 through Fulbrook and continue up the hill. Take the next turning right towards Charlbury. After half a mile turn right signposted Swinbrook and first left. Continue past the farm and round the corner. Rose Tree Cottage will be found on the right-hand side opposite the drive to the former Leafield Technical Centre.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.