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Sitting in the middle of Old Kidlington is Tower Hill Farm, a Grade II Listed farm around 250 years ago. After being derelict for 39 years and listed on the 'English Heritage Danger List', it has been renovated throughout to the highest standard with exposed timbers and stonework, vaulted ceilings and lime plastered walls. The property has been transformed throughout with no details forgotten; zoned under floor heating, double glazed Crittal windows and high quality sanitary ware are just some of the luxurious additions.
The accommodation needs to be viewed to be appreciated with four double bedrooms, two deluxe bathrooms (and an additional ground floor loo), and three receptions rooms, the property sites at over 2,200 sq.ft. Double doors open from the main family room to the flagstone courtyard which sits behind electric gates - the perfect blend of old and new.
There are further stores and outbuildings around the courtyard, one of which offers potential for conversion into a one bedroom annexe. The walled, south east facing garden is generously sized and predominately laid to lawn with fruit trees and a patio area perfect for alfresco dining in the summer months. Oft-street parking is available for multiple vehicles.
Old Kidlington is a short walk from the meadows of the River Cherwell. Kidlington is the largest village in England and has a flourishing community with a wide range of local amenities. The historic City of Oxford is approximately four miles away providing easy access to a range of excellent schools including The Dragon, Summerfields, Oxford High School, Magdalen College School and St. Edward's. The market town of Woodstock is approximately 4 miles away offering a range of restaurants, cafés and boutique shops. The A34 and M40 provide easy access to London, Heathrow and Birmingham. There is also a fast train service from Oxford Parkway to London Marylebone.
The property is accessed via electric double gates and a driveway with parking for several cars. The rear garden area is mainly laid to gravel and interspersed with a selection of outbuildings and small barns, one of which offers potential to convert into a one bedroom annexe. To the front of the property is a beautiful landscaped garden enclosed by a pretty dry stone wall and mainly laid to lawn with fruit trees and shrubs. Adjacent to the lawn is a gravel south facing full length terrace.
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