- Filled with character and charm
- Three gardens surround the house
- Planning granted to alter the outbuilding
- All windows replaced in 2003
- New gas boiler in 2016
- Wonderful Southerly aspect views
A beautiful detached house full of character with far reaching views, a cellar, outbuilding and mature gardens on three sides.
A Grade II Listed detached house dating back to 1678 sitting in an elevated position with beautiful gardens on three sides. The house is stone built and has all the charm and character one would hope to find with features such as deep fireplaces, exposed roof beams, elm floor boards, timber latch doors and wood panelling. Recent improvements have been new double glazed windows and a new boiler. Listed building consent was approved and recent alterations to the stone outhouse consist of opening up a doorway between the two separate rooms and installing a WC cubicle. The accommodation is spread over three floors and comprises entrance hall with brick floor, stone steps down to a cellar, kitchen, garden room, cloakroom/WC, dining room with inglenook fireplace, study looking on to the garden and drawing room with elm floorboards and a deep inglenook fireplace. There are two staircases to the first floor, a master bedroom, three further bedrooms (one with a walk-in store), bathroom, shower room and an airing cupboard on a landing. Externally the property is approached along a footpath flanked by a front garden, there is a stone built Outbuilding. Behind the house is a walled garden with a shed and greenhouse, to the side is the south facing garden with a large area of lawn, vegetable beds and lovely distant views.
* Filled with character and charm
* Three gardens surround the house
* All windows replaced in 2003
* Further potential for the Outbuilding
* New gas boiler in 2016
* Wonderful Southerly aspect views
The property is in the old part of Garsington which lies approximately six miles to the south east of Oxford. The village has good local amenities including a public house, a village hall, a good primary school in the village and sports clubs. Further shopping and recreational facilities are available in Oxford. Communications in the area are good with both the M40 and A34 are both within easy reach. Oxford mainline station gives access to London Paddington and Chiltern Railways from Haddenham Parkway & Oxford Parkway provides fast train services to London Marylebone.
We would inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishings purposes and are approximate. Floor plans are for guidance and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property.