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Situated in a quiet no-through road in this well regarded village, a charming detached thatched barn in impressive private grounds, packed with character and offered with no onward chain complications.
\rPleasantly situated to the edge of this highly popular village down a small and quiet cul-de-sac, this is a very charming family home with enclosed and attractive gardens and driveway parking.
The property displays a host of period features including exposed timbers and a beautiful thatched roof.
The generous and level rear gardens back on to open countryside, creating a good rural feel.
Downstairs, there are well-proportioned and dual aspect open plan reception and kitchen. A separate ground floor bedroom and en-suite concludes the downstairs accommodation.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two of which are large double rooms and both with beautiful vaulted ceilings, there is a further family bathroom.
On entering there is a gated and paved path and driveway, leading to an impressive and expansive private garden. Split into two areas, one being a well maintained private lawn and other a large allotment/orchard.
Thame 5.5 mile, Haddenham and Thame Parkway Station 6.7 miles, Princes Risborough 12.3 miles M40 (J8) 2.7 miles, Lewknor (Oxford Tube Bus Stop) 11.3 miles, Oxford 11 miles, London 51.5 miles (all times and distances are approximate).
Ickford village is a small parish of 300 or so mixed properties and has approximately 550 electors. It is situated in the Aylesbury vale district of Buckinghamshire and is on the boundary with Oxfordshire, about 4 miles (6.4km) west of the market town of Thame. The River Thame forms both the southern boundary of the parish and Ickford's part of the county boundary with Oxfordshire. For the last 60 years this river boundary has been the location for the annual Tug o' War between Ickford and the local rivals of Tiddington (Oxon).
The village has a church, Saint Nicholas, which dates from the late 12th or early 13th century, a primary school, a village hall, and a pub The Rising Sun and still has a village shop. A playing field and allotments are provided by the Parish Council