Oxford OX44 Mill Lane, Great Haseley
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- F Council Band
Features at a glance
- Three reception rooms
- Lovely family kitchen
- Reception Hall with laundry and cloakroom
- Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- 3 further bedrooms with family bathroom
- Guest annexe with bed/sitting room, shower room and mezzanine
- Garage and parking
- Lovely gardens
Spring Cottage is a pretty detached cottage, quietly tucked away within the Conservation area of this most sought-after village. The house was subject to an extensive program of renovation and enlargement in 2014/15 and then fully redecorated in 2022, complemented by high end bespoke kitchen and bathrooms, the house is both immaculate and beautifully presented. The layout can be seen from the floor plans. There is a very generous reception hall, charming drawing room with an open fire and a stunning kitchen/living/dining room with good views and access to the terrace and garden.
The principal bedroom has a lovely vaulted ceiling and the exposed green oak timbers, together with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom. Three further bedrooms share the main landing and a family bathroom. The house is complemented by a gorgeous annexe, perfect for guests, comprising a spacious bed/sitting room, mezzanine loft and shower room.
The previous owners derived an income from the annexe of around £25,000 per annum from holiday lets (Airbnb).
This property has 0.3 acres of land.
The house is approached over a gravel drive providing ample parking and access to a garage. The gardens are a feature with lovely southfacing terrace, large lawn and pretty stream. There is a brick path to a back gate giving pedestrian access into the village.
Great Haseley is one of the most sought after villages in south/east Oxfordshire. Most of the properties are built from local stone and date back to the 17th century with parts of St Peters Church dating back to 1100 AD. The village has many features including a Gastro pub and cricket pitch. In neighbouring Great Milton is Raymond Blanc's famous restaurant Le Manoir aux QuatSaisons. Other landmarks include the Great Haseley Windmill. A wider range of amenities are available in nearby Oxford, Thame, Watlington and Wheatley.
There are primary schools in nearby Great and Little Milton and the village is with easy access of the Oxford and Abingdon schools as well as the popular local prep schools of Moulsford and Ashfold.
Communications are excellent with road links to London and Oxford via the M40 and A40, J7 being 1.8 miles and J8 3 miles. There is an excellent rail service from Haddenham/Thame Parkway to London Marylebone on the Chiltern Line with a journey time from 41 mins.
OX44 7JU. Head east from Oxford on the A40, 2.6 miles from the Headington roundabout leave the A40 at Wheatley, bear right and cross back over the dual carriageway, at the mini-roundabout turn left on London Road, after 1.4 miles turn right for Great Milton, proceed through the village and after 2.25 miles turn left on the A329 and, after 200m, first right signposted Great Haseley. After about 600m, as you enter the village, turn left onto a little lane called Back Way, after about 50m the drive to Spring Cottage is on the right, the house is at the end of the drive, another c 50m.
From London leave the M40 at J7 and head south on the A329, take the second left turning towards the village, after 1.4 miles, and follow the final stages above.
M40 (J7) 1.8 miles; M40 J8 3 miles; Wheatley 4 miles; Thame 6.5 miles; Watlington 8.6 miles; Oxford 10.4 miles; Haddenham Parkway mainline station (trains to London Marylebone from 41 minutes) 8.2 miles; London 48 miles (Distances and times approximate)Read more
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