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Turnfield House is a Grade II listed farmhouse believed to date back to the c.1600’s and extended during the 1800’s to offer flexible accommodation over three floors. The property has been thoughtfully improved and imaginatively decorated by the current owners to include bespoke lighting and flooring. The character of the original building has been preserved while the practicality of maintaining a period property has been enhanced including the re-rendering of the house exterior and a bespoke damp proof course. The current occupiers have further extended the ground floor to include accommodation that could be used as a self contained office or annexe with its own kitchen and shower room or as a fifth bedroom.
On the ground floor there are period features in abundance including exposed stone walls, a substantial fireplace in the 23’ sitting room with wood burning stove and original beams. The kitchen/breakfast room has been ergonomically designed to maximise space efficiency.
Upstairs the first floor benefits from two double bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted to a high standard with contemporary finish and additional refitted shower room. The second floor offers a further two double bedrooms finished with the same decorative flare as seen throughout the property.
Lying approximately 11 miles East of Oxford, just across the Buckinghamshire border the village of Ickford is a thriving community which includes a village school and nursery, village hall, public house, shop and post office. The village is surrounded by splendid countryside with an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways and offers easy access to the M40 and main line station at Haddenham and Thame Parkway. Buckinghamshire is particularly renowned for its state and private education with the state school system having retained the selective (Grammar) secondary schools. The village is well placed for commuters to London by road or rail with train links at Haddenham and Thame Parkway.
To the front of the house there is driveway parking for several vehicles. To the rear the owners have a private and well established rear garden which is laid to lawn with well stocked borders, mature shrubs and a variety of specimen trees. The garden includes a kitchen garden with raised beds and a greenhouse reached through a pathway of small apple and pear trees.
SERVICES: Mains water, electricity and drainage, oil fired central heating.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Shower Room/Steam Room
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