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This delightful period home is located at the heart of the village of Barford St. Michael in a Conservation Area on The Green. The Property is Grade II Listed with 18th Century origins and has been more recently extended and improved by the current owners. The accommodation successfully combines a wealth of period features including an Inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers and window seats with modern decor and comforts including Fibre Optic Broadband (subject to usual transfer).
The accommodation includes an entrance hall, sitting room with fireplace at one end and Clearview wood burner at the other, a second reception room with large inglenook recess and former bread oven, split level kitchen/breakfast room with vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, bespoke units, Belfast sink and Lacanche range cooker. There is a very useful utility and boot room area with rustic herringbone reclaimed brick flooring.
On the first floor there is a family bathroom and three bedrooms all of which overlook The Village Green. The main bedroom has an ensuite shower room whilst a staircase from the second bedroom provides access to the second floor study area and fourth bedroom.
There is a detached outbuilding to the rear of the property with consent for a home baking business and home office.
The villages of Barford St Michael and Barford St John are opposite one another across the shallow valley of the River Swere. The village of Barford St Michael has a farm shop/post office, village hall, church, pub and a thriving community with numerous clubs and activities. For primary schooling the village falls within the catchment area of both Deddington & Bloxham whilst secondary schooling is at The Warriner in Bloxham. The neighbouring village of Deddington offers further amenities plus comprehensive facilities can also be found in both Oxford and Banbury. Access to M40 Motorway can be gained at Junction 10 or 11 and mainline rail services are available from Kings Sutton, Banbury & Bicester.
There is a traditional walled garden to the front and an enclosed rear garden laid to lawn with fruit trees, herbaceous borders, a covered well, gravelled terrace area and children’s play area.
Council Tax Band E.
Oil fired heating to radiators.
Utility Room/Boot Room
Four Bedrooms (One Ensuite)
Two Bathroom/Shower Rooms
Detached Outbuilding/Home Office
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate