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This charming period home is located on a pretty village lane and benefits from a separate one bedroom cottage within the large south facing garden which runs down to the River Dorn. The property is offered to the market with NO UPWARD CHAIN and an internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all the scope this property has to offer.
The main house includes a reception hall, cloakroom, utility room, kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of oak fronted units, gas cooker and Rayburn stove. The Dining room opens onto the sitting room which has a characterful Inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove, there is also a double glazed conservatory. To the first floor there is a large master bedroom with a balcony overlooking the delightful garden, and an ensuite shower room. Further accommodation to this floor includes three further bedrooms and two further bathrooms.
Detached from the main house is a quaint one bedroom cottage, suitable for a variety of purposes from holiday let to home studio or granny annexe. The cottage is set to the eastern side of the garden and includes an open plan reception room with shower room to the groundfloor with a spiral staircase leading up to the bedroom area.
Westcott Barton is a pretty parish with predominantly old stone cottages, adjacent to Middle Barton, located in rolling countryside in North Oxfordshire, between Oxford, Chipping Norton and Banbury. The Fox Inn and the church of St Edward the Confessor, which dates back to the 11th century, are both within walking distance as is the Middle Barton shop/post office. There is good access to the M40 at Junctions 9 and 10, excellent train service from Bicester North to London Marylebone or from Lower Heyford and Oxford to Paddington. Soho Farmhouse is within 5 miles of the property. There are several primary and comprehensive schools in the area and private schooling in Oxford.
The property is approached via a gated gravel driveway that provides parking for several vehicles and access to the double garage.
The plot extends to approx. 1/3 of an acre and includes a number of matures trees, extensive flower and shrub planted borders, a patio area ideal for 'Al Fresco' dining, a timber summer house and a generous lawn that gently slopes down to the River Dorn with a lovely outlook beyond.
Council Tax Band F The seperate cottage is Tax Band A
Gas fired radiator heating to radiators-boiler in the garage.
Large Master Bedroom With Balcony and Ensuite
Three Further Bedrooms
Two Further Bathrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate