Village house and extensive outbuildings
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Green Farmhouse is a pretty Listed farmhouse, built of Cotswold stone, which dates from the late 17th Century with later additions including an attached traditional barn which has a 2 bedroom flat, extensive garaging and storage. The property offers great potentail to remodel and update. The buildings are arranged around an attractive courtyard which is approached from the village lane by a driveway. The property has an excellent balance of accommodation which includes a drawing room with open fireplace, a cosy sitting room and a large kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining pantry. There is also a cloakroom. A staircase rises to a landing on the first floor. There is a principal bedroom with dressing area with extensive fitted wardrobes, an en-suite bathroom and a door to the laundry room. There are 2 further double bedrooms with a family bathroom between them. From the landing a staircase rises to bedroom 4, off which are the two attic rooms. Attached to the house is the traditional barn where there is a 5th bedroom and bathroom, which can be accessed from the laundry room and also by staircase within the barn. A staircase within the barn rises to the integral flat with sitting room, 2 bedrooms, a kitchen and bathroom. The barn also provides extensive storage and a double garage. On the southern boundary of the property is a stable block with six stables, which has previously had planning permission for residential use which has now lapsed. In addition, there is a separate single-storey stone built barn adjacent to the stables.
This property has 0.75 acres of land.
The property stands in approximately ¾ of an acre of garden and grounds which is predominantly lawn. There is also an area of lawn at the front of the property as well as a grassed area to the south of the stables.
Green Farmhouse is situated in the heart of the sought after North Cotswold village of Lower Oddington. The village is in the Conservation Area and within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is an award winning public house in Lower Oddington whilst the village is close to the renowned Daylesford Organic farm shop. Stow-on-the- Wold, Chipping Norton and Burford are within 13 miles and provide for most everyday needs, whilst Cheltenham, Oxford and Cirencester are all within 26 miles and provide more extensive shopping, leisure and recreational amenity. A regular rail service runs from Kingham station to London Paddington. There are excellent private and state schools nearby including Kitebrook House, Tudor Hall and Bloxham School.
From Chipping Norton take the A44 signed to Moreton-in-Marsh and Stow-on-the-Wold. After approximately 3 miles turn left on the A436 signposted to Stow-on-the-Wold. After about 3 miles take the left turn signed to Lower Oddington. Proceed past The Fox public house and follow the road round to the right, driving past a terrace of cottages on your right. The entrance to Green Farmhouse will be found on the left hand side between cast iron fencing opposite a walled paddock.Read all
- Drawing room and Sitting room
- Kitchen/breakfast room with pantry
- Principal bedroom suite
- 4 Further bedrooms
- Family bathroom and Laundry
- Integral 2 bedroom flat
- Extensive outbuildings with storage and garaging
- In all about 0.75 of an acre
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