New Buildings, Uffington, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7

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Bedrooms: 3
A pretty terraced cottage set within the popular village location of Uffington.

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"My cottage has a gorgeous private garden from which I can enjoy the beautiful sunset, it is located on a wonderfully quiet lane with no passing traffic. Uffington is a jewel of a village; lost in time, but with a vibrant community and plenty of amenities"

A pretty terraced cottage set within the popular village location of Uffington, with its strong sense of community, local amenities and good schooling.

This cottage has much to offer, with a cosy front sitting room with a decorative fireplace incorporating a small cast-iron wood burner, whist to the rear of the property, is the stylish fitted kitchen/dining room,

To the first floor, there are two generous double bedrooms and a third bedroom that is currently being used as a walk-in wardrobe. All three bedrooms are serviced by the large family bathroom, with panelled bath with electric shower over.

Outside, the cottage boasts exceptionally long cottage gardens, measuring approximately 200'ft in length, predominately laid to lawn with a gravelled terrace, brick-built outhouse, greenhouse and a good-size kitchen garden, the whole backing onto open paddocks.

The village of Uffington lies on the edge of the Vale of the White Horse, just north of the Berkshire Downs. Overlooking the village is the famous White Horse, a marvellous chalk figure which was cut into the hillside 3,000 years ago. The village has a fine church, known as the Cathedral of the Vale, and an excellent museum, shop and Post Office, pre-school, primary school, traditional public house, community hall and sports ground as well as a host of community clubs and organisations. Further information on village activities can be found on the village website

More comprehensive facilities are available at the nearby towns of Wantage (c. 7 miles); Faringdon (7.5 miles); Didcot to the east (c.15.4 miles), which has a mainline train service to London Paddington (c. 45 minutes); Abingdon (c.15.2 miles); Oxford (M40) (c. 20 miles); and Swindon (M4) (c. 12.4 miles).

Uffington has literary connections too. John Betjeman, Poet Laureate, lived in the village and Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, was born at Uffington Vicarage. Several of Hughes' books are based on local people and places; the museum is actually housed in the school featured in his most famous work.

01367 240356

Perry Bishop & Chambers - Faringdon

16 Market Place, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

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