Situated in the popular and very convenient village of Tiddington. Well House is a beautiful four bedroom Grade II listed family home situated on a private no through road. The property has been much improved by the current owners and boasts a number of period features which include listed wall panels in the dining room. To the ground floor is a an entrance porch with a quarry tiled floor, windows to each side and built in storage cupboards. A door leads through to a spacious hallway with the original quarry tiles and with stairs to the first floor. The double aspect kitchen is well fitted with a range of pine units and central island, all with granite work-surfaces, and a ceramic tiled floor. A cupboard houses the gas fired boiler, and to one corner of the room is a period cabinet dating back to when the house was built in the 1700’s. The sitting room is a more recent addition to the property, it has windows to two sides of the room taking advantage of the lovely views over paddocks and the cricket pitch in the background. Additionally there is a multi fuel burner. Doors lead off to the outer lobby/utility and a wet-room. The impressive double aspect dining room has a pretty window seat to the front, open fire and listed wood panelling to the walls. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms. The master bedroom is joined to the second bedroom by a small passageway that could be converted into a Jack and Jill shower -room. The family bathroom is also found on the first floor, with bath and in-set shower. To the second floor are two further bedrooms, currently used as offices.
The property is approached by a private road and entered by a five bar gate to a large graveled parking area. There is a double barn style garage with a partly finished but insulated and boarded loft room - a perfect teenage space or office. There is a covered area to the right of the garage, ideal for wood and general storage. The gardens are a particularly pretty feature of the property having been carefully designed and landscaped by the current owners. The garden is to the front of the house with an abundance of flower borders, box hedging and rose arbors, two levels of lawn and two patio areas, one being covered by an attractive purpose built shelter with tiled roof To the side of the property is a small raised vegetable plot. A pathway leads around the back of the house adjacent to a large paddock and the cricket pitch beyond. The Oxford Way footpath runs adjacent to the property, well hidden behind mature hedging.
- Attractive views over countryside
- Grade II listed
- Detached timber double garage with attic room
- Quiet no through road
- Four bedrooms
- Lounge with log burner and views
- Separate dining room with listed panelled walls
- Kitchen breakfast room
- Bathroom and separate shower room