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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Down End, Hook Norton, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Under Offer £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance hall
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Drawing room
  • Office
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Conservatory
  • Outdoor utility room
  • Double garage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Formerly three cottages converted into one large
family home, Stuart House is Grade II listed and
constructed of local Hornton stone under a slate
roof.

A stone wall encases the property and a gated
driveway leads up to the large double garage.
The entrance hall with feature stone wall
provides access to the downstairs shower
room, double aspect office, kitchen, dining room
and the rear garden.

The kitchen has a variety of built in cupboards
and units, an electric AGA and separate electric
oven and a stable door opening onto the front
garden.

The dining room leads into the conservatory,
providing further access to the rear garden. It
gives a second entrance into the large, triple
aspect drawing room which features a large
stone fireplace with wood burner and beamed
ceilings.

The staircase in the hallway rises to the family
bathroom and four double bedrooms, all with
wonderful views over the rear garden. The triple
aspect master bedroom benefits from an ensuite
and stained glass window.

Hook Norton is a highly regarded, traditional
stone built village well located within rolling
countryside close to the Cotswolds, between
Banbury and Chipping Norton.

A thriving community with excellent local
activities including an active sports and social
club. First class local amenities in the village
include a doctor, dentist, library, excellent
primary school and veterinary surgery, along
with the beautiful Norman Church of St Peter.

There is also a post office and village store
as well as three pubs serving beer from the
renowned award winning local brewery.

Comprehensive shopping facilities are available
in the market towns of Chipping Norton,
Banbury and further afield towards Cheltenham,
Stratford- Upon-Avon and Oxford. Conveniently
located for the M40 motorway at junctions 10
and 11, as well as rail links from Banbury to
London Marylebone in about 55 minutes and
Charlbury into London Paddington in about 60
minutes.

Leisure facilities include golf at Rye Hill,
Tadmarton, Lyneham and Chipping Norton.
Racing at Cheltenham, Stratford and Warwick.
Theatres in Shakespeare's Stratford-Upon-Avon,
Oxford and Chipping Norton. Tennis/sports club
in the village.

The gated driveway leads around the side of
Stuart House to the large rear garden which is
predominately laid to lawn with a herbaceous
border and a variety of mature shrubs and trees.
There is an attached outdoor utility room with
water and electricity, as well as a large log store
behind the garage.

Steps lead down to a paved terrace area,
leading into the hallway of the house. This also
follows around the side of the property to the
stone walled, front garden.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 September 2016

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