Moreton-in-Marsh Estate Agents
Fosse House, High Street
Maple House is a spacious family property which was built in 1987. Link detached, the property is well presented and provides excellent accommodation on three floors. Of particular note is the recently installed kitchen/breakfast room which provides a light and airy family living space. The house is approached off a village lane through a pair of wooden gates which open into the parking area at the front of the property. Adjacent is an area of lawn with useful exterior storage. The front door opens into a hall off which is the sitting room with open fireplace, fitted bookshelves, reading area and French doors into the garden. On the other side of the hall is the superb kitchen living space which comprises a fully fitted kitchen with central island unit and extensive storage units. There are 2 dishwashers, double fridge freezer, a 4 way tap (hot, cold, filter and boiling water), large pantry cupboard and wine chiller. In addition, there is a family room and dining area with 2 pairs of French doors opening into the garden. Off the kitchen, is a utility room with further storage, including space for washing machine and dryer, WC and door to the garden. The ground floor has under floor heating. From the entrance hall stairs rise to a landing off which are three bedrooms, all of which have built-in wardrobes, two bathrooms, one of which is en-suite. Stairs continue to the second floor where there are two further bedrooms and a shower room.
Maple House has parking at the front of the property for a number of cars. As well as garden to the front there is an area of lawn at the rear with adjacent paved terrace part of which is raised. The terrace is accessed from both the sitting room and the dining room which makes for excellent entertaining space.
Maple House is situated in a quiet lane at the back of the village on a no through road. It is a short walk to the village shop and the pubs. The lane ends with a bridlepath which runs between fields and onto Daylesford. Kingham is a thriving community with a shop/post office, highly regarded primary school, church, two public houses (one the renowned Wild Rabbit). Daylesford Farm Shop is nearby. It is 12 miles to Soho Farmhouse. The market towns of Chipping Norton and Stow-on-the-Wold are four and five miles away respectively and provide comprehensive shopping facilities. Communication links are excellent with trains to London, Paddington from Kingham station taking approximately 85 minutes.
From Stow-on-the-Wold take the A436 towards Chipping Norton and after the turning to Oddington take the right turn signed to Daylesford and Kingham. At the first T-Junction turn right and then right again opposite the village green and proceed to the end of the lane. Turn right and Maple House will be found on the right hand side after about 100 yards.Read all