A pretty period Listed family house in a popular Oxfordshire village.
- Download Brochure
Staithe Cottage is a charming period property offering well presented family accommodation, set in the picturesque Oxfordshire village of Steeple Aston. There are two reception rooms on the ground floor. The elegant sitting room has a fireplace fitted with a woodburning stove, fitted bookshelves and sliding glass doors opening onto the rear garden, while the games room features an exposed brick wall with a large, original inglenook fireplace. The kitchen is fitted with farmhouse-style units in grey, a central island, a Belfast sink and an Aga, while there is also a useful utility room with space for all of the necessary household appliances. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, three of which are generous doubles, with the fourth being a smaller double. The master and one other bedroom include en suite shower rooms, while the master also has its own dressing room. There is also a family bathroom.
The property opens to the front on to South Side, with its many period properties. To the left of the cottage there is a shared driveway leading to electric double gates which lead to an off street parking space. There is also a garden to the rear, with an area of paved terracing and a lawn, bordered by flowerbeds and a variety of established shrubs.
The village of Steeple Aston is situated in a conservation area and has a strong village community. Amenities include a local post office, a village shop, St Peter & St Paul Church and the Red Lion public house that serves local ale and accomplished pub food. The larger centres of Oxford (14 miles) and Woodstock (7.5 miles) have a wide range of amenities. There is an excellent primary school in the village, Dr Radcliffes CE and superb private schools in the locality including Bloxham School, Tudor Hall and St Edwards in Oxford. There is also a regular bus service on the S4 route from Oxford to the village going to Banbury and a nearby bus service to and from most Oxford schools during term time.Numerous 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. Steeple Aston is well placed for access to major transport links the M40 junction 10 is approximately 7 miles away and Bicester North rail station is 9 miles away providing an excellent service to London Marylebone (45 mins).
From Banbury take the A4260 south to Oxford and stay on this road going through Adderbury and Deddington. Take the second turning on the left for Steeple Aston. Upon entering the village along South Side the house maybe found on the left.Read all
- Period family house in Steeple Aston
- Two reception rooms
- Four bedrooms, two bathrooms
- Pretty enclosed garden
- Off street parking
- Utility and boot room
- Good communication links
- Popular Oxfordshire village
You may also like
Portway Gardens, Aynho, Banbury, Oxfordshire
Westland Way, Woodstock, Oxfordshire