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Market Street, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7








2,563-4,221 sq ft

238-392 sq m

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Key features

  • Charming Grade II listed property
  • Family home in need of modernisation
  • Substantial outbuildings and barn with potential for conversion
  • Generous garden
  • Off road parking and garaging
  • Sought after location in thriving town
  • EPC Rating = D


Unique opportunity in the heart of a vibrant town.


7 Market Street is a historic and unique property located in the heart of the charming town of Chipping Norton. Dating back to the 17th century and originally a basket makers, this Grade II listed home is positioned on a surprisingly generous plot. Having been cherished and sensitively maintained by the same family for nearly fifty years, there is now a fantastic opportunity to enhance and restore this remarkable family home. Whilst there is a wealth of period features to be enjoyed throughout, it also has the perfect foundation to be turned into modern, comfortable living too.

The entrance hall is inviting and leads through the ground floor. The dining room is light and a generous size making it perfect for entertaining. The sitting room is charming and cosy with impressive inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. Characterful features can be seen throughout both rooms including exposed beams and stonework, windows seats and original window shutters. The kitchen is delightful and in need of modernising. There is a Rangemaster, plenty of storage/ work space, separate utility area and a charming window seat overlooking the garden. An ideal spot to appreciate the view with a morning coffee in the hub of the home. In addition and at the rear of the property, a downstairs cloakroom, garden room, cellar areas and office can be utilised and renovated, offering further potential.

Upstairs comprises four double bedrooms. The two bedrooms on the first floor are generous and light and have built in storage, along with two family bathrooms/ shower rooms in need of updating. The two bedrooms on the second floor are also spacious and have vaulted ceiling with fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

Outside is quite the surprise. Originally the old builders yard, the garden is now utterly delightful providing an enviable, enclosed oasis. Mostly laid to lawn with an abundance of mature trees, hedges and bushes, flowers beds, vegetable patches, pathways and patio areas, there is such variety to be appreciated. Perfect for alfresco dining and socialising in the summer sun. Not only does it offer a wonderful outside space, there is also an outbuilding with WC, summerhouse, a stone barn with lapsed planning permission, a double garage, driveway and off road parking. This provides such an exciting opportunity for further development.

The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender. All offers are to be received in writing. A sales letter is available upon request.


Chipping Norton is located in an area of Cotswolds Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a vibrant market town approximately 18 miles northwest of Oxford and 13 miles southwest of Banbury. It has a thriving community and shopping facilities as well as a leisure centre with indoor pool, outdoor lido in the summer, cinema and very popular theatre which shows films, concerts and live plays. There are also annual music, literary and jazz festivals and restaurants, cafes and pubs. Added to this are shopping and business facilities, weekly market and monthly Farmers’ market.

The highly regarded Daylesford Organic Farm Shop located in Kingham is 5.3 miles away and the sought after private members club Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew is just 7.5 miles away. The surrounding area is abundant with local traditional and gastro pubs and restaurants. Heythrop Park is also nearby with its competition golf course, spa, gym and swimming pool.

The town of Charlbury provides a useful mainline rail link into London Paddington via Oxford (70 mins approx.) Other excellent rail links can be found from Oxford Parkway to London Marylebone (60 mins approx.) and also Banbury to London Marylebone (from 56 mins) and Moreton in Marsh station. The A44 provides fast access to Oxford and the M40 for London and Birmingham can be joined at J9 (Wendlebury) and J8 (Wheatley).

Within Chipping Norton, there are children’s nurseries and playgroups, two primary schools and a well-regarded secondary school. There is also an extensive range of independent schools in the area, including Kitebrook, Dormer House, Bloxham School, Tudor Hall and Sibford School, as well as the Oxford schools.

Recreational facilities include golf course at Heythrop Park, Chipping Norton, Milcombe, Tadmarton and Burford; Lyneham Heath Equestrian Centre and livery with its renowned cross country course; horse racing at Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Warwick as well as excellent walking and riding.

Square Footage: 2,563 sq ft

Additional Info

Council Tax Band - E

The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender. All offers are to be received in writing. A sales letter is available upon request.


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Band: E
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Market Street, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7


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  • Kingham Station4.5 miles
  • Charlbury Station5.4 miles
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