Watcombe Corner is a detached late 19th century residence set in approximately 13 of an acre of part walled gardens. The property has been restored and developed into a stunning six bedroom residence providing superb family accommodation of around 4,000 sq.ft over three floors. The design of the residence merges traditional architecture with classic/contemporary fittings to incorporate light and space. From the large double entrance doors, you step into the vaulted glazed dining hall, with further doors opening onto the
rear garden. From here two steps lead down into the extensive drawing room with high ceiling, plaster cornice, large doors and windows on three aspects, limed oak parquet floor, stone fireplace and traditional cast-iron radiators. A second hall, with loo and stairs to the first floor, leads to the family snug/sitting room, which enjoys a Charnwood log burning stove and large bay window.
Returning to the dining hall, off which the bespoke painted kitchen is to be found, designed and installed by Kingsey Kitchens with Dartmouth Blue 'total control' electric Aga. To one end of the kitchen is the breakfast area with Charnwood log burning stove and traditional walk-in pantry. To the rear of the property is a boot room housing also the boiler and pressurised hot water tank.
M40 (Jct. 6) 3 miles
Thame 9 miles
Henley-on-Thames 11 miles
Oxford 14 miles
Princes Risborough mainline station 11 miles
Haddenham Parkway Mainline station 13 miles (trains to London in 37 and 38 minutes respectively)
Oxford Tube coach from Junction 6 (M40)
London 44 miles
(Distances and times approximate)