5 bedroom detached house for saleChadlington, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7
Under Offer £1,500,000
- Edge of village position surrounded by open countryside
- Kitchen/breakfast room and laundry room
- 3 reception rooms
- Wine cellar
- Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Guest bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
- Mature landscaped gardens, terrace, 2 open bay carport, Workshop and two stables
- Grazing, two paddocks and orchard. In all about 9.3 acres
- EPC Rating = D
Cotswold perfection with space, privacy and views
Chadlington is a quiet, attractive village nestling on the northern slopes of the Evenlode Valley in rolling north Oxfordshire countryside; Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and one of the most highly sought after addresses in Oxfordshire. Amenities in
Chadlington include an exceptional village shop, delicatessen, butcher and a public house. The village also has an excellent primary school and cricket club.
Further amenities in nearby Charlbury and Chipping Norton include supermarkets, dentist and doctor's surgery as well as sports and leisure facilities.
The famed Daylesford Organic Farm Shop and Spa is about 9.1 miles to the north-west. Soho Farmhouse (Great Tew) is about 9.5 miles to the north-east.
A good choice of primary schools include Chadlington, Kingham, Great Tew or Hook Norton, Preparatory schools include Summerfields and the Dragon in Oxford; Windrush Valley School;
Pinewood, St Hugh's, Cothill and Kitebrook. Secondary schools include Burford School, Kingham Hill, Magdalen College School and St Edwards in Oxford, Tudor Hall, Radley, Stowe, Bloxham,
Marlborough and Cheltenham College.
Communications are excellent with Charlbury railway station (to London Paddington) approximately 4 miles away and the A44 providing swift access to Oxford and London beyond. There is
also regular train services from Banbury to London (Marylebone from 50 minutes) and M40 access at Junction 11 (Banbury) and Junction 10 (Ardley).
The area offers a range of leisure pursuits - fishing on the Evenlode; horse racing at Cheltenham, Warwick and Stratford upon Avon; polo at Cirencester Park; hunting with the Heythrop and Warwickshire hounds; nearby access to some of the country's finest sporting estates for game shooting; golf at Ly neham Heath, Chipping Norton and Burford; sailing at the Cotswold Water Park, trout fishing at Salford lakes; theatre at Chipping Norton, Oxford and Stratford upon Avon.
The surrounding area forms part of the Cotwolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and hosts many bridleways and footpaths for walking and riding.
Foxglove Farm commands an edge of village position surrounded by open countryside and uninterrupted views.
Built in 1954 of a stone construction under a pitched tiled roof, it has been almost doubled in size by the current owners creating comfortable family accommodation in an enviable position. Most significantly, the house enjoys a tremendous feeling of space and privacy created by ample gardens and grounds, and glorious views across the Evenlode Valley.
Whilst extensively modernised and extended by the current owners, there is further scope for the incoming purchaser to stamp their own identity with potential to create a more open plan kitchen/ breakfast room in the dining room and play room, as the house has been designed with this in mind.
Elegant drawing room with open fire and doors opening out to the south facing terrace and enclosed gardens.
Spiral wine cellar with concealed door.
Principal bedroom with built in wardrobes and double doors leading to a generous en-suite bathroom. Guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
Useful range of outbuildings including a two bay car port, workshop and two stables.
Implemented planning permission for a workshop/ studio.
The house sits centrally within mature landscaped gardens which are predominantly laid to lawn with various trees, hedges and borders interspersed with box topiary. A stone terrace runs along the eastern and southern elevations. Vegetable garden with raised beds.
To the north and west of the property there is paddock grazing, orchard and tree plantations of about 8 acres.
In all about 9.3 acres.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a superbly positioned house with space and privacy, in one of the most sought after addresses in the Cotswolds.
One of the vendors of this property is an employee of Savills.
The property is accessed by a shared drive from the Chipping Norton Road.
Square Footage: 2,723 sq ft
Acreage: 9.3 Acres
From Banbury take the A361 to Chipping Norton. Take the Burford Road out of the town, which is on the left as you reach the end of the High Street. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles, until you see a left turn signposted to Chadlington. Take this left turn and continue along the Chipping Norton Road for about half a mile, until you come to the bottom of a long hill just before you reach the village of Chadlington. At this point the driveway (concrete) to Foxglove Farm is to be found on the right. Follow the drive through a copse, over a bridge and Foxglove Farm is the first house on the right.
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