Edgcott is a small village situated to the south east of Bicester and to the north west of the county town of Aylesbury. The village consists of period houses and cottages with some conversions of old farm buildings. A general store with a post office and a public house can be found in nearby Grendon Underwood. The surrounding towns and villages provide a wealth of historical and interesting places to visit including Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Quainton Steam Railway. Extensive shopping facilities are situated at Bicester Village Retail Outlet and Aylesbury. The A41 provides easy access into Aylesbury, Bicester and the M40 network. Rail connections to London Marylebone can be found at Aylesbury.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.
Aylesbury Vale District Council
Entrance via front door into a large dining hall, with stairs rising to the first floor and gallery landing. Dining hall features rustic slate flooring throughout, with large windows with views to the front of the property. Space for a large dining table and other furniture. Doors to large store room, sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room.
Modernised kitchen and breakfast room featuring slate flooring, lighting to ceiling, door to laundry room/boot room with access to cloakroom and further door to the outside, door to utility room and door through to family room. Kitchen featuring a range of base and wall mounted shaker style units, stone work top, Rayburn cooker with tiling to the surrounding walls, window to the front aspect. Utility room with space and plumbing for dishwasher and fridge/freezer, and that houses the oil boiler. Laundry room with wooden worktop, Butler sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Downstairs cloakroom featuring a low level WC and hand wash basin.
Spacious family room with large brick fireplace and cast iron wood burning stove, lighting to ceiling, dual aspect windows providing tremendous countryside views. Space for a settee and other furniture.
The sitting room is located the other side of the dining room and comprises of brick fireplace with wood burning stove, lighting and windows with views of the garden. There is adequate space for a three piece suite and other furniture. A door leads to the hallway with access to bedrooms three and four, and the shower room.
Bedroom three featuring a vaulted ceiling, radiator, lighting, window, space for a bed and other furniture.
Bedroom four featuring a vaulted ceiling, electric radiator, lighting, window and space for a bed and other furniture.
Recently fitted shower room comprising of enclosed shower stall with low level WC and hand wash basin, with lighting and tiling to walls.
Superb master suite accessed from the galleried landing, and featuring hallway with a range of fitted wardrobes, dressing area and door to en-suite. Recently refitted en-suite benefits from walk-in shower, low level WC and hand wash basin, with underfloor heating, window and tiling to the walls. Main bedroom area with carpet laid to floor, lighting, radiator and window, with a vaulted ceiling and exposed timber beams. Ample space for a large double bed and other furniture.
Bedroom two is also accessed from the galleried landing and again features a large bedroom area with a window, radiator, exposed beams to ceiling, lighting and space for a double bed and other furniture. The en-suite wet room features an overhead shower, low level WC and hand wash basin.
The garden is located to the front of the property and benefits from a private south westerly aspect. From the entrance there is a terrace with far reaching views across to the neighbouring village of Brill. A brick path leads round to a decked area enjoying a similar outlook. There are brick steps and walls leading down to the lawn, as well as a further patio area. The garden is enclosed and features various mature shrubs and trees, as well as a cherry tree. There is lighting at various points around the garden including the decking.
Located to the front of the property is a gravelled driveway bordered with various trees and hedges, that can accommodate apprximately four vehicles. The garage block has a door and benefits from power and light. There is an archway incorporating eaves storage with access ladder, lighting and electrics. The vendor has advised that there is scope to fully convert the remaining part of the garage to create a further bedroom/room STPP. The existing set up offers annexe potential using bedrooms three and four as well as a separate entrance.