TERRACE COTTAGE | 19TH CENTURY | PERIOD FEATURES | FRONT AND REAR GARDENS | COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS |
This 19th century period cottage boasting three bedrooms is situated approximately 0.5 miles from Winslow town in the quaint hamlet of Shipton. This charming home has traditional features throughout including solid wood brace and latch doors opening up the accommodation.
The ground floor of the home comprises of a well-proportioned living room with exposed beams and feature log burner and a kitchen/dining room with various base and eye level units providing and abundance of storage and space for a large table and chairs. One and a half bowl single drainer sink unit, cooker and work surfaces. A large storage cupboard.
There is an inner hall with a door to the rear garden, a walk in storage cupboard. The bathroom has a w.c, wash hand basin and bath. Stairs rising to the first floor.
There is a spacious landing leading on to all three bedrooms. The master is a large double and benefits from built in storage and open countryside views. There are two further bedrooms.
There is a beautiful mature front garden laid mostly to lawn as well as rear cottage garden with decking creating a seating area for those warm summer nights. There are also three useful sheds.
The weekly market which was first authorized in 1235 by King Henry III is still held in the Market Square. Winslow provides schooling, quaint shops, restaurants, pubs and day to day amenities while Milton Keynes provides extensive shopping, leisure and educational facilities. Home to Sir Thomas Fremantle School which provides great secondary education right through to sixth form. The area is well served with other primary and secondary schools along with the Royal Latin Grammar school and many independent schools. Winslow is also soon to have a new railway station, part of the East –West rail link that will eventually see Oxford connected to Cambridge.
Council Tax Band D