A striking and well proportioned Grade II listed semi-detached period house dating back to the 18th century and located on the edge of this charming Cotswold village. Accommodation is well-proportioned and includes a dining room, sitting room, kitchen and cloakroom on the ground floor, along with a double garage which could be converted to provide a large kitchen overlooking the garden, subject to the usual consents. On the first floor there is a bright and airy double bedroom and spacious family bathroom, and on the second floor there are two further double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room. There are many original period features throughout. Outside, the house is approached via a large gated drive edged with mature trees and shrubs. This leads to a charming, well-stocked rear garden largely laid to lawn with a patio and mature borders, along with a secluded shed and vegetable patch at the bottom.
Located on the edge of the Cotswolds, Church Enstone is located NW of Woodstock and approx 4 miles from Chipping Norton. Soho Farmhouse is a few minutes drive away. There is a Church of England Church, St Kenelm and a well regarded pub, The Crown Inn, serving excellent food. Nearby Enstone has an excellent primary school, thriving post office/ local store/cafe, a sports ground located alongside a very smart, multi functional, purpose-built Parish Hall and the new 'Artyard Cafe' has recently opened in the village. The village has its own website, www.enstonevillage.co.uk
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