OIEO £550,000 - Under Offer

  • Stunning stone built house
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Dining room
  • Double garage & separate store room
  • Immaculate presentation
  • Four bedrooms
  • Sitting room with Clearview wood burning stove
  • Study
  • High design garden
  • Council Tax Band F

Gillett House is a stunning example of a North Oxfordshire stone built house. Located on an exclusive development in the heart of this sought after village the property's design brings together sizeable living accommodation with a light, airy and comfortable feel throughout. The current owners have maintained the property diligently, together with making sympathetic and thoughtful improvements, and offer the property for sale with the highest standard of presentation and finish. We cannot overstate the importance of viewing this property to take in everything it has to offer, the highlights of which include a bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with granite work surfaces, integrated Bosch and Neff appliances, triple aspect windows and access to the garden. A separate dining room, study, cloakroom and utility occupy the same level. One level up is the delightful bay-fronted sitting room fitted with a Clearview wood burning stove and once again benefiting from triple aspect windows. The accommodation is completed with four good size bedrooms, two of which have attractive en-suite bathrooms, with the remaining two double bedrooms having use of a similarly attractive family bathroom. Outside there is a well maintained Mediterranean design inspired garden with gated side access and views across the nearby countryside. Parking is provided by a double garage with electric doors. In addition there is a very useful storage/workshop (17'10 x 12'9).

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.

Sibford Ferris, and the adjoining village of Sibford Gower, are picturesque villages surrounded by beautiful North Oxfordshire countryside with footpaths and bridleways offering delightful walking & riding. Their combined amenities include the popular Wykham Arms public house, primary school, village hall, church and doctors' surgery, shop & post office within walking distance. Convenience shopping is available in nearby Hook Norton (2.6 miles) or Chipping Norton (8.3 miles) with the larger commercial & cultural centres of Banbury, Bicester, Oxford & Stratford all within easy reach. Mainline train services are available from Banbury to London Marylebone (circa 55 minutes). Soho Farmhouse at Great Tew, is about 9.5 miles away. M40 (J11) 9 miles.
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