A Grade II listed property with pretty garden, annexe and over 3,500 sq ft of accommodation.
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Home Farmhouse is a substantial, Grade II listed period property with accommodation extending to over 3,500 square feet in total, pretty garden and useful annexe/flat. The property dates back to the 17th century and has retained many period features including exposed stone, exposed beams, original elm floorboards, caracole staircase and fireplaces.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a spacious triple-aspect drawing room with central stone fireplace, door to the courtyard, stairs up to the first floor and inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove. Dining room with a fireplace with brick surround, steps down to the kitchen and stairs up to the first floor. The kitchen has a range of base and eye level units, oven and induction hob, leading on from the kitchen is a useful study/snug with a door out to the garden, a useful utility room, ground floor bathroom and sitting room (originally the stables) with double doors out to the courtyard. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a cloakroom.
A staircase from the dining room leads to the master bedroom with built in storage and en-suite bathroom. A separate staircase from the drawing room leads up to the first floor landing with access to two further double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The second floor comprises two further bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom.
The annexe/flat can be accessed via stone stairs from the courtyard and has a large bedroom/sitting room, kitchenette and bathroom.
Gates provide access to a large courtyard garden which leads up to the front door for Home Farmhouse and the annexe/flat. Off-road parking can be found to the side of the property (please see site plan).
The garden is a particular feature of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with floral and shrubbery borders, a range of mature trees, greenhouse, potting shed and vegetable garden.
A sought after village on the Oxfordshire/South Northamptonshire borders. The village has a number of facilities including a post office/village store, primary school, public house, village hall and church. The local market towns of Banbury, Brackley and Bicester provide everyday needs, whilst the larger centres of Milton Keynes and Oxford are within easy reach.
Schooling in the village includes pre-school and primary, with the popular independent prep schools of Winchester House, Beechborough and Carrdus all within a 10 minute drive. Secondary school catchment to Magdalen College School and the independent public schools local to the area include Bloxham School, Tudor Hall, Stowe School as well as access to the numerous Oxford schools.Read all
- Situated in the heart of the popular village of Charlton.
- Grade II Listed.
- Accommodation extending up to 3,637 square feet.
- Pretty garden.
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