The Laurels, Great Coxwell, Faringdon

£425,000 Sold Subject to Contract
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Property Description

  • Four bedrooms
  • Two receptions
  • Modern kitchen diner
  • Study & cloakroom
  • En-suite to master
  • Cul-de-sac
  • Rural location
  • Faringdon c.2 miles
  • Oxford c.20 miles
  • Swindon c.12 miles

Situated within a cul-de-sac, in the quiet village of Great Coxwell, ideally located for access to Oxford and Swindon, is this extended and improved detached home. With a modern kitchen diner, living room, play room/reception, study, cloakroom, four bedrooms, bathroom and en-suite.

Outside there is ample driveway parking, with scope for further/carport (STP), a generous flat garden with large timber outbuilding and possible vehicular side access (STP).

Ideally located for joining the A420, for access to Oxford and Swindon, with trains to London Paddington, is this modernised and extended four bedroom detached home. Comprising a modern kitchen diner, living room with access and overlooking the garden, play room/further reception off the living room, separate study, cloakroom with double coats cupboard, four good sized bedrooms, bathroom and en-suite. The garden is level with a large timber outbuilding to the rear, it is thought there is scope to add side vehicular access (subject to planning) to expand on the rear outbuilding/adapt it to a workshop/garage/home office.

Great Coxwell is a small rural village, located just off the A420 main artery road, within a short distance to Faringdon market down. Abutting nearby Wiltshire, north Berkshire and south Gloucestershire, there are plenty of sites to see and visit. The area has great transport options for joining the M4 and M5 motorways promptly, trains to central London running from Swindon and buses from Oxford. The route 66 bus runs along the A420 to Swindon and Oxford. Faringdon offers an array of boutique businesses, such as a local butcher, cafes, restaurant’s, gift shops and a host of services such hair salons etc. The village medieval Great Barn is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. Much of the surrounding landscape is pastural and owned by the national trust, giving fantastic views toward the Uffington White Horse, within an area of outstanding natural beauty, the North Wessex Down.

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