A handsome Grade II Listed property with two cottages

This substantial detached period property offers a wealth of beautifully presented accommodation, with character details throughout, as well as two cottages.

The accommodation displays an abundance of wonderful period features, including exposed timber beams and brickwork, imposing fireplaces and an impressive galleried landing, which displays the exposed vaulted ceiling and timber work. The ground floor has four comfortable reception rooms, providing flexible living and entertaining options, while the large kitchen and breakfast area has sleek modern kitchen units, a central island with a breakfast bar, integrated appliances and doors opening onto the garden.

The first floor has four double bedrooms, including the generous principal bedroom suite freestanding bathtub and Juliet balcony overlooking the garden. One further bedroom is en suite, while there is also a family bathroom, with all of the bath and shower rooms featuring elegant modern fittings. The second floor provides further living accommodation, with a games room and a spacious landing area, amidst the timber eaves.

The annexe houses two self-contained cottages, both of which provide high quality, attractive accommodation and fully fitted kitchens and bathrooms. The first cottage has three bedrooms, while the second has two, and both could serve ideally as guest or ancillary accommodation for multi-generational living.

This property has 0.5 acres of land.

Outside

At the front of the property, gates open onto a gravel courtyard, which provides ample parking space and access to the double garage. Timber gates lead from the courtyard to the rear walled garden, where there is paved terracing and a lawn of more than 100ft in length, with raised flowerbeds, mature border trees and a variety of shrubs.

Situation

The pretty village of Milton-under-Wychwood lies in the heart of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by stunning countryside. Milton-under-Wychwood and the neighbouring Shipton-under-Wychwood together have a variety of everyday amenities, including a post office, a convenience store and village pubs. Wychwood Church of England Primary School is located in the village, while the independent Windrush Valley School is in the nearby Ascott-under-Wychwood. The nearest secondary school is Burford School, while the independent secondary Kingham Hill School is seven miles away. The area is well connected by road, with the A40 just four miles away, providing routes towards Oxford and Cheltenham. Charlbury railway station provides routes to London Paddington in 71 minutes.

Directions

(OX7 6LD) From Oxford, head west on the A40 for 16.5 miles, at the Burford Roundabout, head north on the A361/The Hill. After three quarters of a mile, at the roundabout, take the first exit onto the A424 and after just over a mile, turn right, following the signs for Milton-under-Wychwood. Continue for two and a half miles, into the village, and the property will be on your right hand side.

Charlbury station 6.6 miles (71 minutes to London Paddington), Burford 4.0 miles, Chipping Norton 7.5 miles, Oxford 20 miles

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Other features

  • Large Kitchen/family room
  • Drawing room, Dining room
  • Music room and Sitting room
  • Principal bedroom and en-suite bathroom
  • 3 further double bedrooms with two bathrooms
  • Games room
  • 2 Annexe cottages with a further 5 bedrooms
  • Garden and off-street parking with double garage
  • In all about 0.5 acres

Other details

  • Floorplan
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Ref: OXF210080

High Street, Milton-under-Wychwood Chipping Norton Oxfordshire OX7

Guide Price
£2,250,000

Ref: OXF210080

High Street, Milton-under-Wychwood Chipping Norton Oxfordshire OX7

Guide Price
£2,250,000