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The Old Mill, which continued to be used as a working corn mill well into the 20th Century, dates back to the 17/18th Century with later additions, although the earliest written record of a mill on that site is 1279.
The property offers spacious and characterful family accommodation which is accessed via the reception hall with wooden floor, wood wall panelling, dating from the early 17th century and a large stone fireplace. A door from the hall leads into the double aspect drawing room with open fireplace and feature window, affording stunning views of the river running underneath The Old Mill as well as the gardens beyond. There is a north- facing room, which can be used as a wine store leading off the drawing room, a formal dining room and a stunning kitchen/breakfast room with vaulted ceiling plus panoramic window providing views of the garden and river. The kitchen offers a range of bespoke units, Granite worktops, central island unit with two sinks, integrated dishwasher and four door Aga. The ground floor also includes a sitting room, office, study, boiler room, utility and cloakroom.
On the first floor there is a spacious master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, four further double bedrooms, one with ensuite shower room, and a family bathroom.
The Old Mill is situated approx 2 miles north of Stratton Audley which is a pretty conservation village situated on the Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire county borders approximately 2.5 miles South East of the North Oxfordshire market town of Bicester and about 10 miles North West of the former county town of Buckingham. There is a 12th century church of Saint Mary and Saint Edburga and the Red Lion public house within the village. Commuter rail services can be found at Bicester main line station bound for Marylebone, the M40 junction 9 is approximately 9 miles. Extensive shopping facilities are at Bicester, including the renowned retail park, Bicester village.
The Old Mill benefits from large mature gardens with a stone-paved terrace area that can be accessed through the French doors from the kitchen, providing an excellent entertaining space. Stone steps lead up to the formal lawned area which is southwest-facing. The original mill stream still runs through the garden splitting the lawned areas. There is a wooden footbridge linking the two areas framed by a magnificent willow tree.
Council Tax band G. Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired heating. Shared septic tank. Private water supply through Stratton Audley Estates.
Five Reception Rooms
Stunning Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Five Bedrooms (Two Ensuite)
Large Mature Gardens
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