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2 bed House - End Terrace - Sold Subject to Contract

  • End of terrace period cottage
  • Extended and refurbished
  • Outstanding quality & style
  • Centre of Watlington
  • Landscaped garden
  • 30' open plan kit/living room
  • Sitting room with log stove
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Luxury bath/Shower Room
  • Gas heating & double glazing
An extended end of terrace two bedroom Victorian cottage of outstanding quality and style situated in a quiet private road in the centre of Watlington with beautiful landscaped garden

Tenure : Freehold


Kate's Cottage dates from 1897 and the interior displays many of the features typical of that period. The cottage has been was extensively remodelled and refurbished in recent years and now combines well chosen high quality fittings and finishes that complement its 19th century origin. There are exposed brick feature walls, oak and stone slab floors, period fireplaces, a solid fuel stove and a variety of specialist light fittings. The 30' extended open plan kitchen is comprehensively fitted and has granite and oak worktops, internally lit cupboards and a breakfast bar. A cosy dining area occupies the centre of the cottage and a 'garden room' with part-glazed roof has bi-fold doors into a beautiful garden. There are two bedrooms including a well-lit loft room together with a sizeable bathroom that includes a roll-top bath, double shower stand and underfloor heating. Watcombe Road is a sought-after residential address in the centre of Watlington and its status as an unadoptded and unmade road ensures that it takes little traffic.


Watlington is reputedly England’s smallest town with its origins dating from the 6th century. The town has a range of sports facilities that embrace football and cricket as well as tennis, squash and bowls. There are good local shops including a first class butcher and delicatessen and some excellent restaurants and pubs. Watlington Primary school and Rainbow Corner day nursery and pre-school have an ‘outstanding’ ofsted rating and senior education is provided by the well-regarded Icknield Community College. The Chiltern Hills rise above the town and offer some of the finest landscapes in south-east England. There is much on offer here for outdoor enthusiasts, cyclists and walkers as The Icknield Way (Ridgeway National Trail) passes close to the town. Watlington is also the heartland of the re-introduced Red Kite that now soar above the town’s roof tops.


Rear Garden: (12)

A delightful landscaped garden lies to the rear of the cottage with gated access to a public footpath. The garden is enclosed by close-boarded fencing. There are raised wooden planters and a wide variety of shrubs and plants. Amongst the fruit trees are apples, pear, cherry and plum. An oak frame pergola shading a stone paved patio lies to the rear of the garden and there is also a water feature. Timber framed garden store.


Mains Services: Water, Drainage, Gas and Electricity.
Heating: Gas fired central heating.
Council Tax Band:
EPC Rating: C

Local Authority:

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


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

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