Elegant Village house
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Clover Hall is a handsome Grade II listed village house with origins dating back to at least 1715 with later additions.
Internally the house has elegant proportions with high ceilings and many period features. The accommodation is arranged over 3 floors and there is potential to extend the kitchen/breakfast room and dining room to the rear, subject to the necessary consents.
Shallow stairs lead from the entrance hall to the sitting room, office and a spacious half-landing at the rear of the property where the kitchen, dining room, cloakroom/shower and utility room are situated. Stairs lead from the half-landing to 3 bedrooms and family bathroom, with separate shower on the first floor. There are 2 further bedrooms, shower room and study on the floor above.
This property has 1.63 acres of land.
There is off-street parking to the side of the house and to the rear of the property a delightful walled garden framed by deep herbaceous borders. Beyond is a vegetable garden/orchard with stone-built garden store, potting shed and open store that could create ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary consents. The paddock, which includes an area of woodland, stretches round from the rear of the property to its private green lane which gives vehicular access to and from the road on the edge of the village.
Sandford St Martin is a charming and tranquil village of attractive Cotswold stone houses and cottages. The nearby towns of Chipping Norton, Charlbury, Woodstock and Banbury provide very good local facilities. Oxford, home to the world renowned university, is the closest major centre with all corresponding facilities. The village is well located for communications, with easy access to the A44, M40 and the A34 to the south. There are regular train services to London Marylebone from either Banbury, Bicester or Oxford. Approximately 3.5 miles to the north is the exceptionally attractive village of Great Tew and the popular Soho Farmhouse private members club. The area is very well known for its excellent schools including Tudor Hall, Kitebrook House, Cokethorpe and Abingdon, along with the Oxford schools including the Dragon, Summer Fields, Chandlings, Magdalen College School, Cothill and St Edwards to name but a few. Sandford St Martin is within the catchment area for Great Tew and Middle Barton Primary Schools.
(OX7 7AG) From Oxford head north on the A44 to Woodstock. A few miles beyond Woodstock turn right for Kiddington and keep on that road up to the crossroads and turn left (on to Tew Lane) and follow the signs to Sandford St Martin. On turning left into the village you'll find the house on your right.
Soho Farmhouse 3.4 miles, Woodstock 7 miles, Chipping Norton 8.1 miles, Bicester 11 miles, Banbury 12 miles, Oxford 15 miles.
Banbury and Oxford to London Marylebone from about 1 hour, Bicester to London Marylebone from about 52 mins.Read all
- Reception Hall, Drawing room
- Dining room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Office
- Cloakroom with a shower and utility room
- 5 bedrooms, bathroom and shower room
- Outbuilding incorporating store and potting shed
- Off-street parking
- Walled garden, orchard, paddock and woodland in all about 1.6 acres.
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