Lower End, Leafield, OX29

GUIDE PRICE £525,000 Freehold

3 bedrooms

1 bathroom

1 reception room

about the property

Unique detached cottage with parking and large garage with charming views of the local countryside

This highly desirable detached cottage was built in Cotswold Stone and therefore has all the charm of a period property but with modern luxuries. The central front door opens to a light entrance hall with a useful understairs cupboard, cloakroom with beautiful stained-glass feature, newly kitchen/breakfast room with a view over the garden and useful side access to front and back of the house, sitting room with wood burner and double doors to the garden. Accommodation on the first floor comprises; large landing, two double bedrooms overlooking the rear, both benefiting built in wardrobe space and countryside views, large single bedroom and family bathroom. Two separate lofts provide ample storage.


Approached by a sweeping driveway, the gardens wraps the west and south facing side of the property creating idyllic settings to capture the rising and setting sun. The rear south facing garden is bordered with a low stone wall to benefit the beautiful countryside views and beyond. A detached large garage and workshop has been a great addition to the property with light, electricity and further storage. The property is situated in a prime position and has ample off-street parking.


Situated about 4 miles northwest of Witney, Leafield is a popular village with a thriving community that benefits from a post office/shop, public house, village hall and community gym. St Michael and All Angels' church was designed by the eminent Victorian architect Sir George Gilbert Scott. In addition to a pre-school group, the Church of England (controlled) primary school (judged 'good' by Ofsted in September 2019) as well as being in the catchment area of Burford School and Community College. Leafield is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are several scenic walks and bridle paths within the village. Within approx. 6 miles of the village are three well known golf clubs including Witney Lakes, Wychwood Golf Club in Lyneham and Burford Golf Club. Excellent communication rail links from Charlbury (trains to Paddington 70 mins) and Oxford Parkway (trains to Marylebone 45 mins). The nearby market town of Witney provides a wide range of amenities including a hospital, large supermarkets including Waitrose and M&S alongside a range of eateries, recreational and sporting facilities.
all distances are approximate.


Services Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas central heating
Local Authority  West Oxfordshire District Council
Council Tax Band D

key features

  • Stone built detached modern cottage
  • Newly fitted kitchen
  • Sitting room with wood burner
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Three bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Side & rear garden
  • Countryside views
  • Garage & parking

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