An attractive 4 bedroom family home within a desirable village location and 3.2 acres of land

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The Cottage provides an opportunity for versatile accommodation in a secluded setting surrounded by private land. The property is accessed off a quiet no-through road with exclusive driveway parking. Approaching the property the front door provides entry to both sides of the house. Across from the entrance is a separate utility room and shower room.

Through the hall to the left is the principal suite with en suite bathroom, a TV room or study and a large conservatory. The staircase leads up to a further two double bedrooms. On the right of the front door leads through to the kitchen and separate dining room. Through the dining room and facing out onto the front of the property is an additional sitting room.

Towards the back of the house, linked by the dining room and kitchen, are the final bedroom, study space, third bathroom and greenhouse. The study space could also be a second entrance hall accessed by a private garden path leading from the road. Due to the layout the majority of rooms benefit from a south-westerly aspect.

This property has 3.2 acres of land.


The property benefits from impressive kerb appeal, with ample parking at the front, as well as a garage and path leading down the side to reveal extensive areas of well-kept lawn. To the rear, a spacious lawned garden makes for excellent entertaining space, with beautiful views over the rolling countryside as well as several appealing features including a patio area, a greenhouse, outbuildings, flowerbeds and a variety of attractive shrubs and mature trees bordering the lawn.

The Cottage has the advantage of being located in a quiet and residential area without any sensation of being isolated. The front and back garden are a wonderful combination of lawn, mature trees and other flora, providing both privacy and tranquillity.

A real rarity for a property of this size and in this location is the addition of over 3 acres of land. Bordering the garden boundary this inclusion will create assurance in keeping the property surrounded by a much desired green space and could serve for equestrian purposes.


The popular village of Dinton features a pub and cricket club, while neighbouring Stone offers further amenities for everyday needs, including a village shop, post office and a range of restaurants and pubs. Nearby Aylesbury is also within easy reach, providing a wider range of facilities, including shopping, leisure facilities and a university campus. The area offers a range of highly regarded schools, including Cuddington and Dinton Church of England School and Dinton Primary School.


From the Strutt & Parker Oxford office head north on the Banbury Road, at the Cutteslowe roundabout take the 3rd exit joining the A40. Follow the A40/ A418 for about 18.5 miles before taking a right hand turn onto New Road. Continue on New Road for 0.3 miles and take a left turn onto High Street. Stay on High Street to join Boot Lane and at the fork intersection keep left. The property will be on the left hand side.

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Other features

  • 4 Bedrooms and 3 Bathrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Drawing room
  • Conservatory
  • 2 Studies
  • Utility room
  • Greenhouse & Double garage
  • Gardens and grounds in all 3.2 acres

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Ref: OXF210062

Boot Lane, Dinton Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP17

Guide Price

Ref: OXF210062

Boot Lane, Dinton Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP17

Guide Price