- Four Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Wealth of Exposed Timbers
- Oil Fired Central Heating
- Re-Thatched 2009
- Listed Grade II
- Open Fire Place
- Unique Tranquil Location with Open Views
- Pretty Partly Walled Cottage Gardens (0.23 acres)
- Double Garage and Outbuildings
Enard Cottage is a unique detached, traditional timber framed thatched property Listed Grade II set in a delightful cottage garden in an unrivalled location in the heart of West Hagbourne.
The cottage has been restored and sympathetically enlarged over the years and was re-thatched in 2009 with a renewed ridge in 2019 and offers flexible and surprisingly good sized accommodation to include three bedrooms and a stylish newly fitted bathroom to the first floor, with a further bedroom suite, three, partly open plan, reception spaces and a well-appointed kitchen to the ground floor. This quintessential period cottage exudes character with all the features associated with this type of property including natural exposed timbers, open fireplaces, latch doors, original planked floors and low ceilings in parts!
Most unusually for a traditional timber framed property Enard Cottage is set centrally within its mature gardens, set well back from the lane to the front of the cottage . Moor Lane is a quiet backwater set just behind the village Main Street and culminates in a bridleway and footpaths that connect to the neighbouring villages of East Hagbourne, Upton and Blewbury.
West Hagbourne is a small and pretty village made up of a variety of individual property from quintessential period houses & cottages to more contemporary post war homes. There is a village pub, nursery and garage with a village primary school and Post Office in the neighbouring village of East Hagbourne.
Didcot is just two miles away and offers excellent shopping & leisure facilities together with a fast rail connection from Didcot Parkway to London Paddington in 45 minutes.