Price £750,000 - Sold

  • Parkland views
  • Scope to extend
  • No onward chain
  • Council Tax Band F (£2,484.92 per annum)
  • Detached
  • Garden
  • Same ownership for over 50 years

An attractive period detached house with parkland views situated in an extremely sought after village near Chipping Norton. The property offers scope to be further improved and extended subject to the usual consents. The house is approached via an avenue of trees on entering this picturesque village which is 3 miles from Chipping Norton, 6 miles from Soho Farmhouse, easy reach of Daylesford and is commutable to Oxford & London from either Charlbury or Banbury stations. Accommodation includes a spacious entrance hall with an original tiled floor, sitting room with dual bay windows & an open fire, separate dining room, cloakroom, utility room & recently refurbished kitchen. Upstairs there is a generous master bedroom, 3 further bedrooms & a family bathroom. Outside benefits from an enclosed garden and rural views. No onward chain.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Chipping Norton is referred to as `the gateway to the Cotswolds` and is a vibrant market town. The property is within walking distance of the town centre which offers a mix of national retailers such as M&S Food (opens Q4 2018), Sainsbury`s, Co-op, Aldi, WH Smith & Boots plus a variety of specialist shops, popular theatre, golf course, leisure centre, lido, cafes, pubs & restaurants. There are regular bus services to Banbury, Oxford, Stratford upon Avon & Witney. Kingham station offers mainline rail links to Oxford, Worcester & London Paddington (80 mins). Daylesford and Soho Farmhouse are both within easy reach.
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