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This property will feature in our Open House event
The Old Wesleyan Chapel which dates from 1869 was converted in 1988 into a three bedroom property. It was subsequently renovated from top to bottom by the current owners approx 4.5 years ago to include a new bathroom, new kitchen, the installation of a central heating system with an oil fired combi-boiler and new exterior oil tank, new double glazed custom made windows throughout plus two new double glazed large French windows, one on the south facing front of the Chapel and one on the back of the Chapel.
This delightful property offers flexible living spaces and is presented to a high standard throughout, with many modern fittings. The Old Wesleyan Chapel would make an ideal home for those looking for modern comfortable living in a rural setting and also an ideal 'lock up and leave' or weekend country retreat.
Clifton is a charming village situated approximately one and a half miles to the east of Deddington yet still remaining within the Parish of Deddington itself. The village has a public house and is noted for the picturesque water meadows along the banks of the river Cherwell tributaries.
The neighbouring village of Deddington offers many amenities including several shops providing for everyday needs, post office, monthly farmers market, antiques centre, hairdressers, Health and Community Centres, library, hotels and restaurants, recreation ground and for people wishing to worship there is the Church of St Peter and St Paul. A further comprehensive range of facilities can be found in both Oxford and Banbury whilst access to the M40 motorway can be gained at either junction 10 or 11. There is also an excellent mainline train service (London Marylebone & Birmingham) from both Banbury & Bicester. Soho Farmhouse is approx 8 miles distant.
The property is set in a peaceful location towards the end of a no-through lane. The property is reached by a shared gravel driveway which leads to a parking and sitting area alongside the Chapel. The property has beautiful uninterrupted views over surrounding north Oxfordshire countryside. There is a bridle path at the bottom of the drive that goes for miles through stunning countryside so perfect for walks, riding and dog walking.
Council Tax Band D.
Oil Fired Combi Boiler.
No onward chain.
Three Ground Floor Bedrooms
First Floor Open Plan Sitting Room with Excellent Kitchen Area
Off Road Parking
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate