- Entrance Hall
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- Study/Utility Room
- 3 Bedrooms & Bathroom
- Double Glazing & Gas Central Heating
- Ample Driveway Parking & Double Garage
- Large Mature Gardens
- Planning Permission To Extend To The Rear & Further Potential To Extend To The Side (subject to planning permission)
Situated in one of West Oxfordshires prettiest and most sought after villages is this large and spacious 3 bedroom semi-detached house. The property is positioned on the edge of Ramsden, adjacent to farmland and has light and airy accommodation throughout, including an entrance hall, 2 receptions rooms, a kitchen and a cloakroom plus a study or utility room to the rear. The first floor comprises 3 good size bedrooms and a bathroom, and there is double glazing and gas central heating throughout. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an established home and an opportunity to create an individual property. Set in extremely large and private gardens that back onto farmland, the property offers potential to extend, and includes planning permission for a combined 2 storey and single storey extension to the rear. Subject to further approval there is an opportunity to extend to the side. There is ample driveway parking to the front for several vehicles, in addition to a detached double width garage.
Ramsden is an extremely attractive and sought after village on the edge of the Cotswolds. In the centre of the village is the highly regarded Royal Oak public house and restaurant. There is a post office and shop in nearby Finstock and Witney for its wider range of facilities and Charlbury for the train station are also within easy reach.
* Entrance Hall * Living Room * Dining Room * Kitchen * Cloakroom * Utility/Study * 3 Bedrooms * Bathroom * Double Glazing * Gas Central Heating * Ample Driveway Parking * Double Garage * Large Mature Gardens * Backing Onto Farmland * Planning Permission To Extend To The Rear * Further Potential To Extend To The Side (subject to planning permission) * Details regarding the permission are found on the WODC website - Ref -16/02311/HHD *