A beautifully converted barn conversion with immense charm and character with accommodation measuring 3368 square feet and arranged over three floors. The property is very light and airy with and an array of period features including vaulted ceilings and exposed timbers and brickwork. The ground floor offers a welcoming entrance hall, sizable drawing room and adjacent dining room, a conservatory, four good size bedrooms including a master bedroom with stylish ensuite, a utility room and family bathroom.
To the first floor there is an open plan sitting room/breakfast room with gallery and balcony overlooking the rear garden with far reaching views. There is a separate modern and contemporary kitchen and family room. To the second floor there is a guest bedroom with ensuite.
Appleford is a pretty village on the south bank of the River Thames about 2 miles north of Didcot and approximately 4 miles from Abingdon. A railway station serves the village which is approximately 8 miles south of Oxford on the Cherwell Valley Line. London Paddington can be reached in 45 minutes from Didcot Parkway station. The landmark spire of St Peter and St Paul is close by and there are views across to the Wittenham Clumps, an historic iron age fort. A number of Roman artefacts have been found in the fields surrounding the village. There are miles of walking in the countryside including some fine riverside walks directly from the barn.
The property is approached over a shared gravel courtyard with parking for several cars and a triple carport. There is a further side access leading to an additional carport. The garden is mainly to the rear of the property and has a paved terrace, accessed from the drawing room. There is a charming pond and brick raised beds filled with flowers and shrubs. An intricate pergola provides an outdoor dining area which leads to a level area of lawn and paddock which extends to just over half an acre and is enclosed by post and rail fencing.