Price £895,000 - Sold

  • Impressive village home
  • Views of Swere valley
  • Two / three reception rooms
  • Farmhouse style kitchen
  • Council Tax Band E
  • Circa 1.31 acres of grounds
  • Three / four bedrooms
  • Garage, workshop & studio
  • Many period features

Heartsease is a unique period house believed to be one of the last built with stone from the Wigginton quarry. The house is full of charm, character and warmth. A welcoming hallway leads to the sitting room featuring an inglenook fireplace and access to a cellar ideal for storage of wines or preserves and the delightful snug with wood burning stove. Completing the ground floor is a 19`10 x 12`8 triple aspect kitchen/dining room with a warming red Aga and patio doors, from which a pathway leads to the south facing terrace. Upstairs, the principal room is a vaulted living room/bedroom with a balcony providing views across the Swere Valley and west across the terrace to take in the sunset. There are three further bedrooms, wet room and a separate bathroom. Completing the accommodation is a loft room much loved by the current owner`s children and now visiting grandchildren. An additional outbuilding is set up as an annexe, with the benefit of toilet facilities. The property is set in circa 1.31 acres of mature gardens and paddock and boasts a variety of mature fruit trees, including apple, walnut and fig. Converted stabling now provides garaging, workshop and a studio.

It will be hard to find a property that has been loved as much as Heartsease. The location, views and feel are something to take in and appreciate. A truly stunning property that you could become the custodian of and hopefully enjoy as much as the present owner has.

There is an adjoining dwelling called `The Old Reading Room` which potentially could be available via separate negotiation.

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.

Wigginton is a picturesque north Oxfordshire village nestling in the Swere Valley and enjoys undulating and rural views. The village church reportedly dates back to 1250. The amenities include the White Swan public house, village hall and well served recreation ground. The village is ideally situated to explore many places of interest including the nearby ancient site of ‘The Rollright Stones` now designated a protected ‘Dark Sky` area.
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