Ref: Ma/tmt - Middle Street, Islip

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
This is an attractive period cottage with a very pleasing stone facade and slate tiled roof. Located in the heart of Islip village, famous as the birthplace of Edward the Confessor, you are within a short walking distance of a couple of great pubs, the River Ray and open countryside. Islip boasts a GP surgery, primary school and village shop, and is well connected thanks to its railway station on the line to Bicester and Marylebone station, allowing you to be in Oxford Parkway in twelve minutes and London in just over an hour. The centre of Oxford is only seven miles (less than 20 minutes) away by car.

The interior of the cottage is blessed with period features such as wooden beams and floorboards, and stone fireplaces. The lounge/dining room is accessed from the front door off Middle Street and includes a curving wooden staircase up to the first floor. At the east end of this room is a modern fitted kitchen leading to the tasteful bathroom. The first floor comprises the two double bedrooms. The long history of this home has given it many quirky features and interesting angles, lending it a unique character.

To the rear of the property is an attractive rear garden enclosed by stone walls. It is South facing, includes a lawn, planters and a stone outbuilding for useful storage.

01865 708648

Alistair Redhouse

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