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Constructed of stone beneath a tiled roof the main house provides substantial and well balanced accommodation arranged over three floors combining period features including Inglenook and stone fireplaces, exposed ceiling beams and many character features along with a separate dwelling in the grounds.
Upon entering the property a tiled entrance hall provides access to the first floor accommodation via an Oak staircase, with built-in cloaks and storage cupboards, with access to the kitchen and breakfast room and steps that lead up to the sitting room with a feature window into the kitchen, an Inglenook fireplace with a multi-fuel burner (currently not in use), solid oak floor and windows to the front aspect with window seating. The dining room features a stone open fireplace, a window with shutters and window seating beneath. From the sitting room a door leads through to the family room with a built in cupboard housing the boiler, a cloakroom and utility with space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for tumble drier, WC and washhand-basin. To the rear, the kitchen has been enlarged to include a dining and family space with full length windows and double doors onto the terrace and overlooking the gardens. The kitchen is fitted with a range of eye and base level units including glazed display cupboards, German ‘verdi ardessi’ Limestone stone worksurfaces, a double Belfast sink with a waste disposal unit and wooden flooring. Appliances include a Bosch oven with combination oven above, dishwasher, Miele 5-ring hob with extraction hood over and space for American style fridge/freezer.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms all of which have views to the rear gardens and countryside beyond, the family bathroom is fitted with a double shower cubicle, bath and washhand-basin. From the first floor landing, the oak staircase continues to the second floor with a study area with a velux window to the rear and access through to a fourth bedroom and walk in store room providing the potential for an en-suite (with plumbing installed).
Plum Tree Cottage
Set within the gardens of the main house, the cottage provides a buyer the opportunity to fit a bespoke kitchen to their own design and has a re-fitted shower room with a quality double shower enclosure washhand-basin and WC. From the hallway there is access to a study/dining room with views to the rear gardens and a double aspect sitting room with a fireplace. Upstairs there are two generous bedrooms. The cottage shares the oil tank with the main house but has separate water and electricity.
Sibford Ferris and the adjoining village of Sibford Gower are located equidistant between Banbury, Chipping Norton and Shipston on Stour. There is a large Quaker school in Sibford Ferris and a meeting house in Sibford Gower. The villages are normally associated as one and their combined amenities include a local shop/post office, a public house, a primary school and a private junior and secondary school in the village. Offering easy access to the market town of Banbury (Jct 11 of the M40 motorway) and from the mainline railway station connecting to London/Marylebone in under an hour, Birmingham and beyond.
Barn House is set back from the village road with a front pedestrian entrance. Plum Tree Cottage is accessed via a gated driveway to the side of the property which provides shared vehicular access to Barn House and Plum Tree Cottage. The rear gardens are fully enclosed by fencing and stone walling, they are mainly laid to lawn with established perennial flower and shrub borders providing an array of colour throughout the seasons. There are two storage sheds, an Oil tank and a brick built store with light and power.
Oil fired boiler serving domestic heating and hot water via radiators. Mains drainage. Mains Electricity. Broadband services by EE.
Main House with 4 Bedrooms
3 reception rooms
family bath & shower room
Separate 2 bedroom annexe - IDEAL INCOME OPPORTUNITY
Grounds of 0.247 of an Acre
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