Price £675,000 Available

Situated within this sought after hamlet to the south of Oxford providing excellent commuter links to the A34 and the nearby town of Abingdon on Thames. Dating back to 1880 and having been extended in 2004 the property is beautifully presented throughout. with views across open countryside. Accommodation comprises; reception entrance hall, cloakroom, study, utility room, re-fitted hand made bespoke 16` kitchen/breakfast room with oak work surfaces and integrated Neff appliances, 25` x 22` L-shaped lounge/dining room with open fire, landing, four bedrooms (three doubles and a good singe) en-suite to the master and a family bathroom. Outside the property benefits from a mature garden which is mainly laid to lawn, two brick built outbuildings, one ideal for garden storage and the other has light and power as well as an Internet making this an ideal office/studio. There is also ample parking on the gravel drive.

The hamlet of Gozzard`s Ford comprises a public house and a selection of mainly period cottages and houses just 2.75 miles from the centre of Abingdon and about 7 miles from Oxford City Centre. Local amenities can be found in the nearby village of Marcham which has a post office, small shops, a primary school, pub and garage. There are several good pubs and restaurants within a short drive, including the Merry Miller in Cothill and The Flowing Well at Sunningwell. The renowned Frilford Heath Golf Club is also close by. Abingdon provides a wide variety of shopping facilities including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets. Oxford is also easily accessible via the A34 or A420. Didcot Parkway station, is approximately 8 miles away, with a regular service to London Paddington, approximate journey time 35/40 minutes.



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