South Street, Middle Barton, Chipping Norton, OX7


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  • Bedrooms: 5
Property Description

A charming stone built village property, substantially extended and renovated to a high standard with gardens extending to a third of an acre.

Property Details

A charming stone built village property, substantially extended and sympathetically renovated to a high standard yet retaining a wealth of character features. Located in the centre of this popular north Oxfordshire village the property further benefits from large gardens extending to over a third of an acre with various outbuildings. Originally two cottages, the property is believed to date back 300 years in parts and in recent years has been substantially extended in a sympathetic manner to create a wonderful family home. On the ground floor the cosy sitting room has an exposed stone inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove and there are original exposed ceiling timbers. The farmhouse style kitchen has bespoke handmade painted shaker units with quartz worktops and opens into a light, bright dining room with cloakroom and utility. The upper floors are accessed via separate staircases and provide four double bedrooms along with a fifth single bedroom or nursery. The family bathroom has recently been refitted with a freestanding roll top bath and separate low profile shower enclosure. Outside there is a block paved driveway to the front providing off road parking for two vehicles, whilst to the rear the large gardens extend to over a third of an acre and back on to farmland. A substantial stone outbuilding provides a useful home office with light, power, telephone and internet and there is also a workshop and storage shed. Middle Barton is one of three Barton villages located seven miles north of Woodstock and ten miles south of Banbury. The range of local facilities include a primary school, two pubs, a village store/post office and a large children’s play area and lovely walks can be enjoyed over nearby open countryside. Whilst rural and very much tucked away the village is well placed amongst other charming North Oxfordshire Cotswold locations such as Great Tew and Duns Tew. Commutability is easy as Lower Heyford station is accessible with connections to Oxford, London (Paddington), Banbury and Birmingham (New Street). Oxford Parkway Station, in nearby Kidlington, has direct connections to London (Marylebone) via Bicester. A local bus service circulates around the nearby villages.

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