Much loved family house at the end of quiet no-through road
Owned by the same family for nearly 30 years, the house provides a wonderful home in this highly coveted village location. The ground floor comprises several good sized reception rooms, with the drawing room linking through to the dining room and conservatory, offering a wonderful flow, perfect for entertaining. There is also a separate library, breakfast room/kitchen. The first floor comprises four good sized bedrooms, inlcuding a principal suite with en suite and dressing room. A family bathroom completes this floor. There is also a spacious attic room that subject to the necessary permissions could be converted for more permanent use.
The front of the property is predominantly laid to lawn, yet framed with a variety of established shrubs and roses. There is ample parking for several cars on the large paved driveway, as well as a good sized double garage. To the rear of the property is a gardener's paradise, framed with a variety of attractive large trees, yet punctuated with a plethora of flowers shrubs and attractive borders. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn, yet has a large terraced area perfect for outdoor entertaining. There is also a gorgeous pond.
Kirtlington is a pretty village comprising mostly period stone houses, thatched cottages and two village greens. It's amenities include a pre-school nursery group, primary school, The Oxford Arms public house, Dashwood Hotel & Restaurant, and the 12th century Parish Church of St Marys, with Soho Farmhouse being only 20 minutes away. The nearby market town of Bicester and Woodstock provide a full range of shopping facilities, with further extensive educational, transport, cultural and shopping facilities in the University City of Oxford, only 10 miles away. There is a regular bus service to Oxford. The village is well known for its beautiful 18th Century Grade I Listed Kirtlington Park with its historic Capability Brown gardens. Village residents have access to the Kirtlington Park grounds where there are numerous walks which extend to a wider network of footpaths.
From Oxford take the A34 towards Bicester. After about 6 miles, bear left onto the B4027 towards Bletchington. On the northern edge of Bletchingdon (after the Green and the Black Head pub) turn right, signposted Kirtlington. On entering Kirtlington turn right at the T junction and go past the South Green, and the turning for The Chestnuts can be found on the right hand side. The house is located at the end of the drive.Read all
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