Having been let for a number of years, the owners are now looking to sell. The sitting room has a large inglenook fireplace with log burner, a recently re-fitted bespoke kitchen with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances, double bedroom, study/nursery/occasional bedroom and modern bathroom.
The thatch was last replaced in 2009.
The property is offered with no upper chain.
London is just 40 minutes via train from Haddenham & Thame Parkway to London Marylebone.
11' 2" min 12' max x 14' 9" (3.40m x 4.50m)
Inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove, window to front, beamed ceiling, wall mounted electric storage heater, stairs rise to first floor.
Fitted with a single bowl sink unit with cupboards under, built-in oven, window to front, range of built-in storage cupboards.
Inset leaded light window to kitchen, stairs rise and turn to first floor, door to:
7' 9" x 5' 8" (2.36m x 1.73m)
On two levels with velux window, wall mounted electric storage heater, steps down to storage area with built-in bookcases.
Beamed ceiling, storage cupboard, doors to bedroom and bathroom.
Panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, window to front, beamed ceiling and walls.
11' 3" max to 10'7" x 9' 11" max to 7'0" (3.43m x 3.02m)
Window to front, built-in double storage cupboard, built-in storage cupboard, beamed ceiling.
Storage shed with plumbing for automatic washing machine.
Haddenham was mentioned in the Domesday Book and is a large village situated between Aylesbury and Thame within sight of the Chiltern Hills. The old part of Haddenham which surrounds the parish church built in 1215, has a picturesque appeal, with all the benefits of a thriving commercial community with amenities including a doctor's surgery, gymnasium, restaurants, public houses, general stores, post office and churches and is only a short drive or bus ride away from Thame.
A thriving, 'living' market town in the heart of Oxfordshire at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, Thame is rich in history with Mediaeval, Georgian and Victorian architecture. Its iconic boat-shaped high street wraps around the market place and hosts a popular market every Tuesday, a twice-weekly cattle market and regular farmers' markets.
Thame has unique, award winning shops which share the high street with well-known brands, traditional English pubs selling real ale, Italian, Chinese and Indian restaurants, delightful cafes and tea rooms. The town has its own local nature reserve, many public footpaths including the Chiltern Hills, Ridgeway Path and the Oxfordshire Way with outstanding views of the surrounding area. Thame has an active community with events including Thame Food Festival and the Arts & Literature Festival in Autumn, the Christmas Switch-on event in Winter, in Spring, the 'Music in the Park' music festival, and in summer, the Carnival and Duck Race.
Location: 14 miles east of Oxford, 10 miles south-west of Aylesbury, Thame is easily accessible from the M40 Junction 7 and 8. The nearest train station is Chiltern Rail's Haddenham and Thame Parkway which is on the main line between Marylebone Station, London and Birmingham. There is a regular bus service to Oxford, Aylesbury and High Wycombe (Arriva route 280) and to surrounding villages.
For further details, contact Ian Henry, (Tel:01844 218258), quoting reference TH1048