Southbourne, Hilliers Close, High Street, Sutton Courtenay, OX14Asking price £649,000
- 4 Beds
- 2 Bathrooms
- 3 Receptions
Well presented, four bedroom non-estate detached family home which is beautifully positioned in a private lane in the popular village of Sutton Courtenay.
Southbourne is a non-estate house situated in the heart of a sought-after village. The house was built in the 1960s and has been further modernised by the current owners. Sutton Courtenay is a historic and charming village renowned for its good commuter links and proximity to Oxford. Abingdon (3 miles) has many highly considered schools; amenities include pubs and restaurants, gyms and a leisure centre. Sutton Courtenay is well positioned for transportation with the A34 (2 miles) providing access both north and south. Didcot mainline station is just 3 miles away.
Internally, the ground floor accommodation includes an entrance porch, central hallway, WC, lounge with bi-fold doors leading into a conservatory with underfloor heating, a second reception room, which would make an ideal study or playroom, a utility room and a useful storage room. The ground floor is completed by a fabulous contemporary open plan kitchen dining room which benefits from underfloor heating. Double height ceiling complete with velux windows, which fill the room with natural light. There are also double doors opening onto a decked terrace.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, three of which are doubles and are all located off the gallery landing. The master bedroom benefits from both an en-suite and fitted wardrobes. The fourth bedroom would make a delightful nursery or guest room.
Externally there is a gated driveway parking and both front and rear gardens, which have been landscaped by the current owners and include a number of established shrubs and trees including a wonderful Magnolia tree.
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