First impressions of this property are superb. The apartment itself is set in an elevated position, with stunning panoramic views. The apartment is one of just two in the development and they share a spacious and attractive entrance hall. You will note straight away that the ground floor apartment boasts its own private garden and an allocated parking space, there is also guest parking.
The entrance hall boast a large storage cupboard, doors leading through to each of the rooms and engineers oak flooring which flows through to the living and bedroom areas.
Open Plan Living
The first two things you will notice about this living space are its generous proportions and natural light. The kitchen area has fully integrated appliances which are set in to the cream, shaker style units. This open plan living space comfortably has space for a four seater dining table and comfortable sofa seating. This excellent space also boasts underfloor heating and French doors leading out to the garden.
Bedroom & Bathroom
The master bedroom easily has space for a double bed, side tables and wardrobe. There is also a window to the front of the property.
Much like the rest of the apartment, the bathroom is also finished to a very high standard. The sleek white suite has been paired with grey toned wall and floor tiles, chrome fittings and a floating vanity unit.
The garden is actually one of the largest on the development! Currently a blank canvas, there is a area of patio leading directly from the apartment and the rest is laid to lawn. From the garden, there are stunning views.
Location, location, location...
The development, set in a historic rural setting, is situated to the south of Cuddesdon village.With a population of just 450, this charming village rises 420 feet above the south Oxfordshire plain on a plateau of Portland Stone. With amazing views stretching to the Chilterns and Cotswolds, it is the ideal location for keen walkers.Located some 6 miles to the south-east of Oxford, Cuddesdon parish is home to Ripon College, the largest theological college in the Church of England, with close ties to Oxford University. The picturesque village also includes a local pub, the ‘Bat & Ball‘, and a village hall.Many local amenities including a post office, petrol station and superstore can be found in the nearby village of Wheatley, just 2.5 miles from the development. Windmill Primary School is also situated around 5 miles away in Headington and has recently been named one of the best primary schools in the Oxford area. A short 15-minute drive takes you to the quaint village of Bicester with its renowned shopping outlet.In close proximity to Cuddesdon is the two Michelin-star restaurant owned by Raymond Blanc at the Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons Hotel. Described as a “twist of imaginative genius”, it has gained a reputation as one of Britain’s best restaurants and become a must-visit dining experience for foodies. The menu is known for its organic produce making use of over 90 different herbs and vegetables from their two-acre kitchen garden.The nearby city of Oxford offers many attractions including the Ashmolean Museum and slightly further afield, Blenheim Palace. The vast mix of historical and modern landmarks means there is plenty for residents to do.
Cuddesdon benefits from the proximity to Oxford and good transport links. Junction 8 of the M40 to the northeast and junction 7 of the M40 to the east. Oxford railway station is approximately 8.8 miles from Cuddesdon, providing services to London Paddington from the west and the north. Haddenham and Thame Parkway c. 10.4 miles provide Chiltern Line services to London Marylebone and the North.