Available immediately this lovely home is an excellent example of a stone built semi-detached Victorian town house, which although modernised throughout, retains many of the architectural features of this period.
On the ground the floor wooden flooring continues throughout all of the rooms. The fitted wooden kitchen is finished with a white marbled laminate surface and essential white goods, including wine cooler and a large freestanding range style cooker plus a free standing fridge freezer. The open plan living/dining area has space for a 6-8 person dining table and looks out onto the rear garden / courtyard via bi-fold patio doors. The glass roof light in the dining area provides a wonderfully light and spacious living dining area extending into a wonderful entertaining area with additional underfloor heating.
Further on the ground floor is the living room with log burner. There is also a cellar downstairs with electric sockets and gas central heating radiator which is suitable for storage or additional freezer capacity.
The first floor incorporates a shower room with large full width shower and heated towel rail with useful towel/linen cupboard outside.
The large master bedroom and has a built in wardrobe and ample space for a chest of drawers and beside cabinets. As with many Victorian homes the ceilings are high. The back wall is also fully panelled. Also on the first floor there is a second single bedroom which could be used as a study/dressing room/ or sofa bed for occasional visitors.
The second floor, with lovely views towards the Cotswold hills has two further double bedrooms, one of which has two built in wardrobes, as well ensuite modern shower room with heated towel rail.
There is a stone built detached outbuilding which has recently been converted and decorated which would work very well as a home office, small gym or a further recreational room. There is an attractive rear courtyard which is mainly laid with white gravel and stone flags - a further external decked area leads into the dining area via the bi-fold doors which fully open up from the dining area.
To the front there is off street parking for 2 cars plus a lawned garden area with secure fencing a gate.
There is gated access to the rear of the property.
Chipping Norton sits within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town is well served with a large variety of shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, a doctor’s surgery and local hospital. There is also a leisure centre and nationally renowned small theatre/cinema in the town. Daylesford Organic Farm shop is six miles away and Soho Farmhouse eight miles away.
Transport links are excellent with good mainline train services from Kingham and Charlbury to London, Banbury, and Oxford Parkway. The M40 can be accessed from junction 8,9 or 11.
Oxford University, consistently rated in the top three in the world, together with excellent schools including The Dragon School, St Edwards etc is 20 miles away. There is a wide range of highly regarded independent and state schools in the immediate area including Kitebrook, Tudor Hall, Bloxham and Bruern Abbey.
Council tax band: D