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2 bed House - Semi-Detached - Sold
High Street, Chalgrove, Oxford

  • Grade II listed period cottage
  • Comprehensively refurbished
  • Generous room sizes & Storage
  • Sitting Room
  • Reception/Dining Room
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • 2 Double bedrooms
  • Bathroom & En Suite Cloakroom
  • 45' south-facing garden
  • PP for Garage/Home Office
A lovely and recently refurbished 17th century grade II listed cottage of considerable charm
and interest situated off the village green together with a sizeable south-facing garden,
off-road parking and planning consent for a garage and home office. NO CHAIN

Tenure : Freehold


This lovely cottage occupies an attractive location set back from the road and on the edge of the village green. It is thatched with a painted stone facade and is offered with a 45' south-facing garden and off-road parking. The interior has been comprehensively refurbished and refitted to provide a beautifully decorated small home of great character. Amongst the recent works undertaken is a fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, hardwood doors and a stunning bathroom with heritage style fittings including a claw-foot bath with overhead shower fitting. There are two reception rooms including a cosy sitting room with exposed structural timbers and a large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite cloakroom and store whilst the second room has a mirror-fronted walk-in wardrobe. There is an additional store/wardrobe on the landing. The garden is delightful and comprises a stone paved terrace and shaped lawn with raised bed. A side gate provides access to a gravel parking bay adjacent to the house. There is listed planning consent to build an open-fronted attached garage with'home office/studio'/store alongside. Please note that the furniture is available to purchase by seperate negotiation


Chalgrove is set amidst flat farmland situated c. 10 miles south east of Oxford, c. 4 miles west of Watlington, and only c. 5 miles from J6 of the M40. This is a popular village with a strong village community and has two Village Halls and three Public Houses. There are six shops, including two mini-markets, a Florist, Pharmacy, Post Office, and a Newsagent. Other services include a Doctors Surgery. The village has a Primary School in addition to several day nurseries. There is also a secondary school in nearby Watlington. Thames Travel provides an hourly bus service from Watlington to Oxford (Number T1). There is also a fast train service from Thame/Haddenham (12 miles) to London Marylebone (45 mins) and from Didcot (15 miles) to Paddington (45 mins). There are comprehensive shopping facilities and a weekly market in the traditional market towns of Thame and Wallingford. The city of Oxford has extensive shops, theatres, museums and many recreational facilities.

The accommodation is arranged as follows:

All measurements are approximate

Ground Floor


Oak framed porch with tiled roof. Hardwood front door with window light to:

Open Lobby:

Opening to:

Reception/Dining Room (4.50 x 2.90)

A sizeable and well-lit room with double aspect. Fitted cupboards and shelving. Wood effect boarded floor and ceiling mounted LED spotlights. Door to sitting room and step up to:

Open Plan Kitchen (4.96 x 1.05)

Having a range of white faced wall and floor cabinets comprising cupboards and drawers with solid oak worktops. There is an inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, electric cooker and refrigerator/freezer. A solid oak breakfast bar separates the dining area and has cupboards below. Recessed halogen downlights light the working area. A shelved cupboard houses a washing machine and the gas fired combination boiler. New double glazed windows to rear and new part-glazed rear door.

Sitting Room: (3.95 x 3.00)

An attractive and characterful room with exposed wall and ceiling timbers. A large inglenook fireplace is fitted with a wood burning stove and has a solid wood bressumer beam and stone hearth. Understairs storage cupboard. Outlook to the front approach.


A superbly fitted traditional bathroom with heritage style fittings including a 'claw-foot' roll-top bath with mixer tap, overhead shower rose and glazed shower screen. Pedestal washbasin and low flush WC. Heated towel rack and electric shaving socket. Window to the garden. Part tiled walls and ceiling mounted halogen spotlights.

First Floor


A large wardrobe/store is positioned at the top of the stairs. Door to:

Bedroom 1: (4.53 x 2.98)

Window to front approach. Exposed wall timbers and purlin. Plantation window shutters. Door to:


WC and pedestal washbasin. Door to walk-in store.

Bedroom 2: (4.53 x 3.00)

Outlook to the rear garden. Plantation window shutters. Exposed wall timbers and purlin. Mirror-fronted double doors provide access to a walk-in wardrobe hanging rails and shelves.


Parking Bay:

There is a part-enclosed gravel based parking area for two vehicles. Listed building consent has been granted to use part of this area to build an open bay garage with home office/store to the rear. Copies of the consent and plans will be provided on request.

Garden: (13.66m)

A lovely south-facing garden is mainly enclosed by close-boarded fencing. A Yorkstone paved terrace extends from the rear of the cottage to an expanse of lawn with raised planted bed. A side gate provides access to the flank of the house and the parking area.


Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. Gas fired central heating.

Local Authority:

South Oxfordshire District Council. 135 Eastern Avenue, Milton Park, Milton, OX14 4SB. Email: info@southoxon.gov.uk Tel: 01235 422422

Council Tax:



Strictly by appointment with the agents - Robinson Sherston (Watlington). Telephone: 01491 614 000

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