Arkel Close, Fulbrook, Oxfordshire, OX18

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
We are delighted to introduce a five bedroom Cotswold stone built family house, occupying a private situation, located at the edge of the popular village of Fulbrook.

Beech House is a very attractive Cotswold stone built five bedroom family home, set within a peaceful situation within the sought after village of Fulbrook. Built in the late 1990's as one of four substantial stone built houses in the close, this property offers generous family living accommodation over two floors, with many of the principal rooms having a pleasant garden aspect. The ground floor accommodation includes; a useful study, large separate dining room, a comfortable reception room with fireplace and wood burner, a fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with granite worktops, Aga and electric oven, utility room with downstairs cloakroom and a large conservatory. On the first floor there is a large master bedroom suite with ensuite shower facilities, three double bedrooms, a further single bedroom and family bathroom.

Complimenting this house further is an attractive frontage, with gravel drive leading to a large double garage with ample parking outside. Next to the garage is a useful bin storage area with gated access to the side garden and grassed area. At the rear is a large paved patio area looking over the pretty elevated garden, mostly laid to lawn with mature beds, various trees and hedging, all privately enclosed within a Cotswold stone and timber fence boundary.

Fulbrook lies across the River Windrush, to the north east of Burford on the Oxfordshire/Gloucestershire border, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has a Norman parish church, several pubs with the distinct advantage of having Burford on its doorstep, offering everyday shopping requirements; further public houses, restaurants and both primary and secondary schools. Communications are good, with regular train services from Charlbury (approximately 6 miles) to London Paddington.

Cirencester, Swindon, Oxford and Cheltenham are the main shopping and cultural centres for the area. There is easy access to the M4 at Junction 15, approximately 15 miles to the South.

- Tenure: Freehold. Vacant possession will be given on completion.

- Fixtures and Fittings: All items in the nature of fixtures and fittings described in these details are included with the property. All other such items are specifically excluded.

- Services: Mains electric and water are connected. Oil fired central heating.

- Local Authority: West Oxfordshire

- Council Tax: G

- Viewings: An appointment to view is essential and should be made through the Burford office of Jackson Stops.

Cotswold stone built family house

Five bedrooms

Three reception rooms


Well stocked garden

Front drive. parking

Double garage

Chain free

Marketed by 01993 357055

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