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The Cross, Stonesfield, OX29








1,659 sq ft

154 sq m

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Key features

  • Wonderful detached house set within large private mature gardens in the old character area of Stonesfield
  • Dual aspect kitchen/dining room with a separate large living room with open fire place on the ground floor
  • Sat within a plot of 0.4 of an acre of Mature lawned gardens with a number of outhouses and a summer house around the garden
  • Extraordinarily sheltered & private gardens protected on one side by 12th century parish church of St James the Great
  • A number of off street parking spaces to the left hand side of the property
  • In need of modernisation but offers fantastic scope to extend(subject to relevant planning and building regulations)
  • Three bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor with a tightly twisted staircase up to a full head height loft bedroom and loft access to the second floor


A rare and amazing opportunity to purchase Protestant House, a four-bedroom detached home built in 1879 on The Cross in Stonesfield. The property sits within 0.4acres of secluded and private mature garden sheltered on the west side by ‘St James the Great’ Parish Church in the heart of the village.  Protestant House has evolved over its long history as a family home and offers extension potential (subject to all the relevant planning and building regulations).

From the entrance porch, you walk into the large living room with windows to the front and rear overlooking the gardens, feature open fireplace with stone surround, flag stone flooring and exposed beams. This leads to the fitted kitchen/dining room with AGA stove, characterful pantry and bay windowed dining area overlooking the gardens. There is also a downstairs toilet/wet room and rear access into the gardens. The first-floor landing has access to three bedrooms, family bathroom and stair access up to the loft bedroom with a dormer window to the rear and loft access.

The wonderful large mature gardens to the rear are south facing, mainly laid to lawn with a number of shrubs and trees surrounding, and views onto the local parish church adding to the beautiful outlook of the gardens. There are several useful stone outhouses and a summer house dotted around the gardens that may have potential to be converted into further accommodation/office spaces as well as rear access to a cellar underneath half of the living room of the house. There are a number of off street parking spaces to the side of the house.

Stonesfield is a thriving village with a good range of amenities and local activities. These include a well-regarded primary school, shop with post office, hairdressers, community pub and a sports field with sports and social club. Sitting equidistant between the local market towns of Woodstock, Charlbury and Witney. A bus service operates to Oxford via Woodstock and to Charlbury and Chipping Norton.  There is a mainline railway station on the Worcester-Oxford-London (Paddington) line from Long Hanborough. There is then Oxford Parkway and Charlbury trainline that goes to London (Marylebone).

EPC Rating: E


67.66m x 35.47m

Large mature gardens with a number of outbuildings around the garden


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Band: E
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The Cross, Stonesfield, OX29


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  • Finstock Station1.7 miles
  • Combe Station2.1 miles
  • Hanborough Station3.0 miles
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Breckon & Breckon, Woodstock

34 High Street, Woodstock, OX20 1TG

Breckon & Breckon, Woodstock

Breckon & Breckon is an Independent firm of Estate Agents, established in 1947 and operating from offices in Oxford City Centre, Woodstock High Street, Summertown and Witney.

We are property professionals with many years experience in the local market. Although we are constantly recommended by many firms of solicitors, high street banks and other institutions, we are very proud of the fact that the majority of new business comes from the personal recommendations of past clients.


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