House For SaleGoodmayes, Burdrop, Burdrop, Oxfordshire
Guide price £335,000 Sold
Attractive cottage with immense character
- Hall, sitting room, dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom/utility
- Master bedroom with attic and storage
- 2nd bedroom, family bathroom
- Low maintenance courtyard garden
- Delightful central village location
Burdrop is part of the popular village of Sibford Gower and its sister village Sibford Ferris, which are situated on each side of the Sib Valley in attractive rolling north Oxfordshire countryside on the borders of south Warwickshire close to the Cotswolds. The villages have a general store/post office, public house with restaurant, doctor's surgery and high performing village primary school. More amenities can be found at Hook Norton with the larger centres of Banbury, Chipping Norton and Shipston-on-Stour not far away. Soho Farmhouse is about 9 miles away offering restaurant, spa and recreation facilities. Sibford School is a private nursery/prep and secondary school in the village. Local secondary schools can be found at Bloxham and Chipping Norton. Banbury train station has a good rail service to Marylebone London (from 54 minutes) and there is connection onto the M40 at junction 11 (Banbury).
Goodmayes bears a date stamp of 1724 and is full of unique period features such as exposed beams and some attractive leaded light windows. Grade II Listed and presented in good order, this inviting and cosy cottage boasts wood-burners in both the sitting room and dining room.
The accommodation flows well with the kitchen/breakfast room situated next to the dining room and the sitting room adjacent. The kitchen has some built-in appliances, including oven and microwave, and a fully integrated fridge/freezer. The cloakroom has space and plumbing for a washer/dryer. The dual aspect master bedroom benefits from an attic space and storage above. This room is spacious and has plenty of built-in cupboards.
Grounds and gardens
A door from the kitchen leads you to the low maintenance rear courtyard garden which is a sun-trap benefitting from afternoon and evening sunshine. A door from the garden leads you to the lane providing useful access.