'Puddle House' is a stunning and substantial five double bedroom detached family home, situated in the popular village of Great Coxwell neighbouring National Trust farmland with views over open countryside. The property is positioned on a 1/3 of an acre plot with landscaped gardens, large gravel driveway and both a double car port and single car port.
This impressive character home comprises of; Spacious entrance hall complete with storage and fitted book shelves, bespoke fitted kitchen with AGA and pantry, utility room, downstairs w/c, light and airy dining room, family room with wood burner, spacious sitting room with open fire and french doors out to the patio area and garden, large landing with fitted storage and access to linen/airing cupboard, family bathroom and five double bedrooms, master with two built in wardrobes and large four piece en-suite.
Outside, the property is approached along a private driveway. The large driveway is gravelled and also boasts a double car port and a single car port. The plot is circa 1/3 of an acre with beautifully landscaped gardens. The main garden is mainly laid to lawn along with beautiful flower beds housing feature shrubs and trees. There is a large bespoke built two storey shed with power and lighting that is used as a workshop and wood store. The garden also has two patio areas perfect for outside dining or enjoying the view of the garden or the neighbouring National Trust farmland.
The property is freehold and connected to mains water and electricity. There is an oil-fired central heating system as well as a sewage treatment plant for drainage. The property is not listed and does not lie within the conservation area.
Great Coxwell is a small cul-de-sac village about two miles south west of Faringdon, just off the A420 Oxford to Swindon road.
There is a small 12th century church of St Giles and on the northerly edge of the village is Great Coxwell Barn which was completed in the middle of the 13th century. It is the finest surviving medieval barn in the country. The National Trust owns much of the surrounding farmland as well as this magnificent barn. The Reading Room is situated in the heart of the village, and is the venue for village functions and monthly tea mornings.
The village is ideally positioned for the A420, leading to the A34, M40 and M4 and mainline railway services from Swindon, Oxford, Oxford Parkway and Didcot Parkway. There is also a frequent bus service between Swindon and Oxford.
The historic market town of Faringdon, which dates back to the 12th Century, is located almost equidistant of Swindon and Oxford on the A420 which leads to the A34, M40 and M4. Mainline railway services to London run from Swindon, Oxford City, Oxford Parkway and Didcot Parkway. The town is served by the Stagecoach S6 bus which runs a regular ½ hourly service through much of the day to Swindon and Oxford and the villages en-route. The town itself has a thriving community and amenities such as the leisure centre, library, independent traders, doctors’ surgery, two primary schools, and a secondary school. In 2004, Faringdon became the first Fairtrade town in the South East of England. A recent retail development includes a Waitrose and an Aldi supermarket, with further retail offer planned, in addition to the existing Tesco store.
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