With pretty village green views, is a Grade II listed, two bedroom cottage offering lots of potential and requiring complete modernisation
Believed to date back to the early 18th Century, 17 The Green North, is located in an idyllic village setting overlooking the renowned Warborough Green to the front and a short walk to the Six Bells Country pub and local store. The cottage was believed to of been the outbuildings and possible stables for the main house and was converted in the 1960’s into a two bedroom semi detached cottage.
To the front of the cottage are open views towards the village green with a gravel driveway, parking and mature gardens. There is a store/garage accessible from the drive which could be converted into an additional bedroom or home office (STPP).
Once inside the entrance hallway spans to present a large lounge with imposing bare brick fireplace with additional lit oven feature. Also on the ground floor is a separate dining room/third bedroom, good sized kitchen, utility, boot room and shower room.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms with feature exposed beams and pretty views over the grounds of the private manor house behind. There is also a family bathroom with free standing roll top bath on this floor.
The property does require fully upgrading but does have lots of potential to offer a charming home in a lovely spot.
Warborough lies just off the A4074 to the North of the larger market town of Wallingford. It is a thriving village with a great community and local amenities including a village store/post office, a beautiful village green with a public house and a well regarded primary school. It is located approx. 11 miles South East of Oxford and approx. 9 miles to Didcot Parkway Train Station. The Six Bells Public House is located next to The Green and has featured many times in the award winning TV series, Midsomer Murders.