Guide Price £500,000 - New Instruction


  • Popular Chipping Norton location
  • Sitting room with bay fronted window
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Wood burning stoves in both receptions
  • Mature rear garden backing onto fields
  • Impressive period home
  • Separate dining room
  • Period features throughout
  • Three bedrooms
  • Council Tax Band D

This impressive stone built period family home is set in an elevated position and situated on The Leys, which is one of Chipping Norton`s most sought after locations. The property is well presented and enjoys a good balance of accommodation that includes a porch leading to the front door, entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, sitting room with a wood burning stove and a bay window overlooking the front garden. There is a separate dining room also with a wood burning stove and kitchen breakfast/room to the rear. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom. Outside at the rear there is a mature southerly aspect garden with a patio, lawn, storage shed and vegetable garden that backs onto fields.

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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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