The property has been much improved by the current owners and is presented in excellent order throughout with double glazing, gas central heating, a modern pressurised water system, new solid oak brace and ledge doors, a fireplace with log burner, and has been recently refurbished throughout.
To the ground floor, is a cosy living room, charming cottage kitchen/breakfast room with woodblock work surfaces, Butler sink and under stairs larder/storage, and a door to the colourful courtyard garden with outbuilding suitable for conversion to a garden room/office subject to planning. Upstairs is a master bedroom, bathroom and study/nursery.
Parking is on-street and is usually found close by on Wellington Street or North Street. Secondary parking is free overnight or on Saturdays at the nearby Cattle Market.
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 TH1046