An exquisitely styled, fully refurbished period home providing a fabulous mix of contemporary and period features, located down a rural lane in this charming village between Woodstock and Chipping Norton.
The property has been renovated with great attention to detail including a stunning bespoke kitchen/dining/family room with large marble island with an integrated sink and oven, 3 in 1 boiling tap and glass doors overlooking the garden. This room flows into the sitting room/study area which has space for a wood burning stove. There is a stunning downstairs cloak room. Upstairs, leading off the attractive landing, there is a vaulted master bedroom with en-suite, 2 further bedrooms, all with exposed stone and timbers and a stunning contemporary family bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower cubicle. There is ample storage including built in cupboards and wardrobes.
Outside, there is a patio adjacent to the dining room and a large garden laid to lawn with some mature trees, along with ample off street parking where there is also planning granted for a garage. There are lovely country walks just outside your door!
Kiddington is an unspoilt village situated just off the A44 between the market towns of Woodstock and Chipping Norton. The village is on the River Glyme and is surrounded by beautiful countryside, on the edge of the Kiddington estate. The restored parish church, the church of St. Nicholas, has an original Norman chancel arch. Kiddington is conveniently close to Charlbury (c.4 miles) with its rail links to Oxford and London and the extensive facilities of Chipping Norton & Woodstock are within easy reach.
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