Price £525,000 - Available


  • Detached family home
  • Large garden
  • Scope to extend
  • Off street parking
  • Spacious accommodation
  • Village location
  • Garage

A detached family home situated on a quiet lane in a popular village. Built in 1971 the property benefits from a large plot with scope to extend or undertake a loft conversion subject to the usual consents. Accommodation includes:- entrance hall, cloakroom, farmhouse style kitchen breakfast room with a walk-in pantry, a 25` sitting room with a log burner, views over the garden plus a conservatory. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with ample fitted wardrobes & an ensuite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The loft has ladder access and Velux style roof lights with scope to create ancillary accommodation. Outside there is off street parking, a car port, single garage/workshop, additional storage sheds and a mature garden.

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Long Compton is a popular and well served village located within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Warwickshire and Oxfordshire border, between Chipping Norton and Shipston on Stour. Village amenities include The Red Lion pub, village hall, parish church, local shop and village primary school. The location benefits from excellent transport links by road to Stratford, Oxford or Cheltenham and by rail to Oxford, Worcester, Reading or London Paddington (circa 96 mins). Moreton in Marsh train station is located 6 miles away. Other popular amenities within the region include Daylesford Organic, Soho Farmhouse and Chipping Norton Theatre.
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