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5 bedroom detached house for sale

West Street, Kingham, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7

Under Offer £1,750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Outbuildings
  • Period
  • Garden
  • Listed
  • Secondary accommodation
  • Private Parking
  • 0.91 acres

Full description

A stunning Grade II listed period house situated in the attractive village of Kingham on the Gloucestershire/Oxfordshire borders, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and sitting in gardens approaching one acre

The Garden House is a substantial Grade II listed property located in the heart of the village. The property is rather unique in that whist it is centrally located it boasts a plot size approaching 1 acre.

The property dates from the late 17th Century with later additions. A handsome village house set back from the lane constructed of Cotswold stone and often noted by people wishing to acquire a property in the area.

The entrance hall leads into a light drawing room which overlooks the gardens and benefits from a Cotswold stone fireplace and doors leading into the garden. Also off the entrance hall is the kitchen breakfast room with a range of wall and base units, Aga, Belfast sink and oak flooring.

The dining and sitting rooms both overlook the garden and both benefit from flagstone floors and open fireplaces.

On the first floor the property offers a master bedroom suite, four further bedrooms, bathroom and an ensuite and dressing room to the second largest bedroom.

Adjacent to the main house is a substantial annexe with sitting room, bedroom, kitchenette and shower room. This building has a multitude of uses and might be useful as a home office, guest accommodation, granny annexe or playroom for children.

Vehicular access to the property from the road is through a gateway in the Cotswold stone wall into a gravelled area which provides ample parking for several cars as well as a four bay car barn.

The extensive lawned gardens contain a variety of mature shrubs and trees a large patio area which faces in a southerly direction overlooking the garden.

The property is mostly bordered by Cotswold stone walling with post and rail fencing to the rear.

A thriving community with a village green; an early 13th Century church; a primary school (ranked 'Outstanding' by Ofsted); 2 public houses (The Kingham Plough and The Wild Rabbit); a hotel; a village shop and post office; village hall, play park and football fields.

In addition to the local primary school, a range of other excellent schools is within easy reach.

Day-to-day amenities can be found at Chipping Norton, Stow-on-the-Wold, and Burford with a wider selection at Cheltenham and Oxford. The renowed Daylesford Farmshop and Soho Farmhouse are both within easy reach.

Daylesford 1.4 miles, Kingham station 1.4 miles (London Paddington from 1hr 26m), Chipping Norton 4 miles Stow on the Wold 5 miles, Burford 8 miles, Oxford 23 miles, Cheltenham 24 miles, London 80 miles (distances and times approximate)

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Added on Rightmove:
28 September 2016

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