1 bedroom bungalow for sale

Off Market - Thame Oxfordshire OX9

Details

  • Beds: 1
  • Baths: 1
  • Price: £275,000 /Sale price

Overview

Tucked away in the historic walled grounds of a magnificent Grade ll listed building, just a short walk from Thame high street, is this unique, stylish, and generously proportioned one bedroom bungalow. The impressive building is approached via two "pepperpot" gate houses along a tree-lined drive flanked by well-manicured communal lawns. Through the imposing timber door lies an interior which is flooded with natural light due to its triple aspect windows and high ceilings. The triple-aspect 28' open-plan living space boasts a well-appointed kitchen with modern stainless-steel appliances and granite work surfaces. Beyond, the entrance is a built-in airing cupboard and bathroom which has partly tiled walls, white suite and large window. Leading through to the large double bedroom with built-in wardrobes. Luxurious under-floor heating maximises space and provides consistent and efficient warmth. Outside there are well-maintained communal gardens, mainly laid to lawn with a well-stocked borders and mature trees. There is a designated parking space just a few steps from the front door as well as additional visitor parking, a large bike store, a garden store, and a bin store and communal aerial. Constructed in 1835, by George Wilkinson and later used as Rycotewood College from the 1930s, the site was converted in 2008/09 into the highly desirable Renaissance development by the reputable house builder 'Berkeley Homes'. LOCATION A thriving, 'living' market town in the heart of Oxfordshire at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, Thame is rich in history with Mediaeval, Georgian, and Victorian architecture. Its iconic boat-shaped high street wraps around the marketplace and hosts a popular market every Tuesday, a twice-weekly cattle market, and regular farmers' markets. Thame has unique, award-winning shops which share the high street with well-known brands, traditional English pubs selling real ale, Italian, Chinese, and Indian restaurants, delightful cafes and tea rooms. The town has its own local. nature reserve, many public footpaths including the Chiltern Hills, Ridgeway Path and the Oxfordshire Way with outstanding views of the surrounding area. Schools: Local facilities include three highly reputed primary schools and the Lord Williams Comprehensive School which has been rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Excellent private and grammar schools are within easy reach.Commuting: 14 miles east of Oxford, 10 miles south-west of Aylesbury, Thame is easily accessible from the M40 Junction 7 and 8. The nearest train station is Chiltern Rail's Haddenham and Thame Parkway which is on the main line between Marylebone Station, London, and Birmingham. There is a regular bus service to Oxford, Aylesbury, and High Wycombe (Arriva route 280) and to surrounding villages.EPC: ECouncil tax band: BTenure: LeasholdLease length: approx 109Service charge: £1,100paGround rent: 200paGround rent review period: TBC For more details and to contact: https://realtyww.info/bungalows_thame-d196427/for-sale_i68154068