5 bedroom detached house for saleCuxham
Sold STC £775,000
- Detached 18th century farmhouse
- Walled garden & Double garage
- Three spacious reception rooms
- Lovely timber framed interior
- Inglenook fireplace
- Kitchen/Breakfast room
- 5 Bedrooms
- Bathroom & 2 Shower rooms
- Cloakroom & utility room
- Gas central heating
A grade II listed 18th century detached farmhouse with a spacious period interior providing excellent family accommodation in the centre of the village with walled cottage garden and detached double garage. NO ONWARD CHAIN
Rogers Hill Farmhouse
Tenure : Freeehold -
Description: - An attractive grade II listed detached former farmhouse. Probably built in the late 18th century the house has an interior that displays much of the structural elements and features of the original building. There is a large inglenook fireplace and many of the rooms exhibit features such as exposed brick and stone walls, and most of the timber framework of the original structure. The five bedroom accommodation is arranged on three floors and includes two sizeable attic rooms. A two storey conversion of the attached former stable block provides a large reception hall with guest suite above. There is a lovely walled cottage garden to the rear and flank of the house and a detached garage with workshop/store. The property is contained within the Cuxham Conservation There is Superfast Broadband capability in the village.
Cuxham - Cuxham is an attractive village only 1.5 miles to the west of Watlington. It comprises mainly period property and is a thriving small community with a parish church, cricket club and a pub (currently undergoing a transfer of ownership). The nearby town of Watlington is situated at the foot of the Chiltern escarpment and, as well as providing local shops, facilities include a public library, schools, medical and veterinary surgeries and sports amenities. Junction 6 of the M.40 is within 2 miles of the town providing easy access to London, the Midlands and the regional business centres of Oxford and High Wycombe. The Oxford Tube coach service, operating a 24 hour service between London and Oxford picks up and sets down at junction 6. A local bus company provides an hourly service via the village between Watlington and Oxford.
The Accommodation Is Arranged As Follows: - All measurements are approximate
Ground Floor -
Entrance: - Timber framed porch and stable door to:
Reception Hall: - 5.74 x 4.55 (18'9" x 14'11") - A sizeable room with triple aspect and exposed roof timbers. Wall light points. Staircase to first floor guest bedroom suite. Door to:
Lobby: - Door to walk-in store also containing gas fired combination boiler.
Sitting Room: - 4.84 x 4.59 (15'10" x 15'0") - A lovely room with large brick lined inglenook fireplace with brick hearth and timber bressumer beam. Exposed wall and ceiling timbers and internal leaded light window. Exposed brick and stone faced wall. Painted wall mural and recessed book and display shelves. TV point. Door to:
Dining Room: - 5.75 x 5.23 (18'10" x 17'1") - A large room with double aspect, Exposed wall and ceiling timbers, brick and stone faced internal wall and stone paved floor. Brick faced fireplace with raised quarry tile hearth containing a solid fuel stove. Understairs storage cupboard. Ceiling mounted halogen spotlights. Main staircase to first floor. Opening to:
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: - 4.46 x 3.75 (14'7" x 12'3") - A well-proportioned family kitchen with ample room for a breakfast table. Part vaulted ceiling having an overhead recess with painted mural. Fireplace housing an oil fired Aga. Custom made painted wood cabinets with green granite composite worktop and upstands. Inset four ring ceramic hob with extractor hood over. Inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, purified water tap and matching granite draining board. Space and points for dishwasher and refrigerator/freezer. Brick paviour floor. Lobby and door to:
Rear Hall: - 2.66 x 2.09 (8'8" x 6'10") - Half panelled walls and quarry tile floor. Ample room for coats and boots etc. Exposed ceiling timbers. Stable door to the garden and door to:
Cloakroom: - Low flush WC and pedestal washbasin. Heated towel rack and extractor fan. Quarry tile floor.
Utility Room: - 2.894 x 1.81 (9'5" x 5'11") - Fitted white lacquer faced cabinets with granite effect worktops, tiled splashbacks and inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and drainer. Plumbing point for washing machine. Water softener. Quarry tile floor.
First Floor -
Landing: - Exposed wall timbers and staircase to second floor. Door to:
Bedroom 1: - 4.77 x 4.04 (15'7" x 13'3") - South facing with exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Extensive range of fitted wardrobes, drawers and shelves to two walls. Wall light points and recessed downlights.
Bathroom: - Wood panel enclosed bath with side mounted mixer tap and shower attachment. Low flush WC and pedestal washbasin with mixer tap. Heated towel rack, shelving and downlights. Cupboard containing insulated hot water cylinder.
Shower/Dressing Room: - Having a shower cubicle with overhead shower fitting, washbasin with splashback and low flush WC. Wall mounted mirror and hairdrier.
Bedroom 3: - 3.22 x 3.12 (10'6" x 10'2") - South facing. Fireplace with Victorian cast iron fireplace. Fitted wardrobe to recess.
Bedroom 2: - 5.31 x 2.92 (17'5" x 9'6") - The guest suite which is approached from the secondary staircase. A substantial double room with an attractive outlook over the gardens and meadow beyond. Painted half -panelled walls and louvre fronted wardrobe cupboard. Two eaves storage cupboards. Door to:
En Suite Shower Room: - Tiled corner shower cubicle with glazed screen and door. Washbasin and low flush WC. Extractor fan. Tiled floor.
Second Floor -
Landing: - Recess housing cold water storage tank. Door to:
Bedroom 4: - 4.14 x 3.38 (13'6" x 11'1") - Painted exposed wall timbers. Wall light point and rear window.
Bedroom 5: - 3.83 x 3.42 (12'6" x 11'2") - Painted exposed wall timbers. Wall light point and rear window.
The property is approached via a five-bar gate into a gravel driveway with access to the garage.
Double Garage: - 5.11 x 4.93 (16'9" x 16'2") - Brick built open fronted double garage with pitched clay tile roof. There is an integral workshop/Store (5.01m x 2.14m) (16'5 x 7'0) alongside with power and light.
Walled Garden: - The lovely cottage garden lies to the rear and flank of the property and is mainly enclosed by an attractive brick wall. There is a stone laid patio with BBQ, areas of lawn broken by well stocked herbaceous beds and borders, shrubs, and a large mature apple tree. There is also a kitchen garden which houses a timber framed garden store and two greenhouses. Outside power points (5) protected by RCD
Services: - Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity. Gas fired central heating. There is Superfast Broadband capability in Cuxham village.
Local Authority: - South Oxfordshire District Council. Council Offices, Crowmarsh, Wallingford OX10 8HQ. Tel: 01491 823 000
Council Tax: - Band G.
Viewing: - Strictly by appointment with the agents - Robinson Sherston (Watlington). Telephone: 01491 614 000
Directions: - Leave Watlington on the B480 towards Cuxham, Chalgrove and Stadhampton. After no more than 2 miles you will enter the village of Cuxham. Rogers Hill Farmhouse will be found a short distance on your right before the pub car park.
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