- Three Reception Rooms
- Large family kitchen / breakfast room
- Five Bedrooms
- Bathroom and shower room
- Lovely gardens
- Off street parking
- Much retained character
A delightful Grade II listed house with origins dating back to the 1600s, located in one of South Oxfordshire’s prime villages.
Thought to date back to the early 1600s with additions which have been added since to include, by the current owners the incorporation of a barn to the rear of the property to provide much enlarged accommodation. Many of the rooms still exhibit their oak framing with beamed walls and ceilings together with a wonderful fireplace in the snug. The boot room to the rear of the snug has a full height vaulted ceiling which has the curved exposed stone reverse of this fireplace and is a superb feature. The accommodation within the house extends to over 2800 sq. ft.
The property is set back from the main causeway with off street parking immediately to the side of the property. Further on street parking is available directly in front of the property. The gardens are of a good size with a formal landscaped patio area with gravel, inset paving, pond and box hedging immediately adjacent to the house with a large expanse of lawn beyond with a central pergola dividing the lawn from a very productive vegetable patch where there is a greenhouse.