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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Nr Hook Norton

Removed £600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three Bedrooms
  • Barn Conversion
  • Superb Views
  • Rural Location
  • Garden
  • Off Road Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Threshers Barn is situated close to the attractive village of Hook Norton on the eastern edge of the Cotswolds in North Oxfordshire and situated between Banbury and the market town of Chipping Norton. Within the village there is a shop and public houses, a medieval church and a bus service to Banbury. In addition, there is the Hook Norton Brewery.

There is a main line station at Banbury, with services south to Oxford and London, including a service to London, Marylebone in just under an hour. Junction 11 of the M40 motorway is at Banbury.

Other local market towns include Shipston on Stour and Moreton in Marsh with the larger centres of Stratford upon Avon, Oxford and Cheltenham being accessible.

Threshers Barn is situated in a wonderful rural location within the parish of Hook Norton and approximately 2 miles from the village, and close to Traitors Ford at the head waters of the River Stour.

The property, which was converted in about 2007, now offers a fine home, with many interesting features including a flagstone floor, interesting exposed oak beams and timbers, together with an oak staircase and a galleried landing.

From the flagstone terrace front door into the open plan living room incorporating an open fireplace with wood burning stove, part exposed stone walling beams and timbers, central dining area leading through to the kitchen incorporating a glazed china sink, together with built-in appliances.

Side hall leads through to the study, with double French doors leading out to the paved terrace and back garden.

In addition situated off the back hall is a utility/cloakroom.

From the living room oak stairs rise to the galleried landing, with oak-boarded floor and fine exposed beams.

All three bedrooms have oak-boarded floors and oak doors, with ceilings rising into the eaves and fine exposed beams. In addition, to the well-appointed main bathroom there is an ensuite shower room.

Outside to the front the gardens and car parking area are set behind the dry stone wall overlooking an orchard.

To the back the gardens are enclosed, from which there are superb far reaching views overlooking the Stour Valley and surrounding countryside. 


Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession. The property is curtailage listed to Leys Farm. 

Rights of way There is a pedestrian and vehicular right of access over the driveway from the highway through Threshers Barn over Leys Farm. 

Council Tax This is payable to Cherwell District Council. The property is listed in band F. 

Fixtures and Fittings All items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. All other items are expressly excluded. 

Services Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Private drainage system. Oil-fired heating.

The vendors will install a new mains water supply to the property within six months of completion to which the purchasers will be required to contribute £1,000. The private drainage system (septic tank) is situated on the vendors retained land and full access rights will be given for the maintenance and emptying of it. 

Right of Pre-Emption Should the purchaser decide to sell Threshers Barn within twenty five years of purchasing the property, the vendor and his successors in title reserve the right to purchase the property back at market value. 

Directions Post Code OX15 5BZ. From Banbury take the A361 south for Bloxham and Chipping Norton. Proceed through Bloxham and after about 1 mile take the first turning right to Milcombe. Proceed through Milcombe and at the end of the village bear right past the Horse and Groom Inn. Continue on this road for about three miles passing the Gate Hangs High public house. Just after the Firs Garage on the right turn right for Sibford Gower. After about a further three quarters of a mile take the first turning left and the driveway down to Threshers Barn will be found on the right after about a further half mile. 

IMPORTANT NOTICE The attached particulars have been prepared in good faith and are for guidance only. They are intended to give a fair description of the property but do no constitute part of an offer or form any part of a contract. The photograph(s) show only certain parts and aspects as at the time they were taken. We have not carried out a survey on the property, nor have we tested the services, appliances or any specific fittings. Any areas, measurements, or distances we have referred to are given as a guide only and are not precise. 

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 May 2016


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