Best in class coach house in enviable edge of village location
The Coach House is a stunning 18th Century property that has been lovingly restored, significantly improved and extended by the current owners. The property is arranged over two floors, with very high ceilings and full of light. The entrance hall is impressive and spacious with a large coach house window. The ground floor boasts two large reception rooms, both with dual aspect windows with views overlooking the beautiful south west facing gardens, an incredibly spacious attractive sitting room with Inglenook fireplace and French windows leading into the recent addition of an elegant orangery. The ground floor also benefits from a well appointed country kitchen with separate utility room and a downstairs cloak room. The first floor has a truly magnificent master bedroom suite with en suite bathroom and vaulted ceilings, There are three further good sized double bedrooms, one with en suite shower room, as well as a fifth bedroom/study. A classic family bathroom completes this floor. There is also a spacious full height attic.
To the front of the property is a large gravelled driveway, framed by a wide variety of shrubs and flowers. To the rear of the property, the gorgeous large south facing gardens are predominantly laid to lawn and framed with stunning shrub and plant borders, providing colour and variety throughout the year. There is a patio for entertaining. The rear facade is framed with a magnificent Wisteria that flowers twice a year. In addition there is a double garage and further parking for two cars.
Steeple Aston has a strong village community and amenities include a local post office and village shop, and the Red Lion public house that serves local ales and pub food. There is also an excellent local village primary school in the village, Dr Radcliffe's CE, and the village lies in the catchment of the highly regarded secondary school, The Warriner in nearby Bloxham. The larger centres of Oxford (15 miles), Deddington (4 miles) and Woodstock (7.5 miles) have a wide range of amenities. School buses run from the village to excellent private Oxford schools and there is a regular bus service route from Oxford to Banbury via the village. Public footpaths are accessible from the village, including the Cherwell Valley South walk - a 7 mile rural route taking in Steeple Aston and a scenic stretch of the canal. The private members club Soho Farmhouse is located in nearby Great Tew, offering high end "r and r" for those who are seeking a rural retreat. Steeple Aston is well placed for access to major transport links - the M40 junction 9 and 10 are easily accessible and Bicester North railway station is 9 miles away providing an excellent service to London Marylebone on the Chiltern Line (from about 50 minutes). The rail station at neighbouring Lower Heyford station is less than one mile away.
From Oxford proceed north on the A44 towards Woodstock, just prior to the town turn right onto the A4095, after 1.25 miles turn left onto the A4260. You will come to the Hopcroft Holt traffic lights after about 7.5 miles, proceed straight on and turn first right signed Steeple Aston. Follow the road into the village and the turning for The Coach House can be found on your left, take the shared driveway and The Coach House can be found on your left.Read all
- Sitting Room
- Dining room
- Utillity room
- Master Bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Second double bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Two further double bedrooms
- Study/fifth bedroom
- Family bathroom
- Double garage
- Mature gardens
- Virtual Viewing
- Map & Street View
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