A beautiful Grade II listed, 18th century farmhouse sitting on a plot of approximately one acre, sympathetically updated throughout to provide a stunning family home packed with period features. The house comprises some 3100 sq ft of accommodation, with an additional 760 sq ft of space available in the workshop/store outside.
On the ground floor, key features include a bright and airy entrance hall, spacious dining room with original inglenook fireplace, sitting room with log burning stove, and a cosy snug. The light-filled kitchen/breakfast room leads to a large utility room, and there is a study and a cloakroom. French doors opening onto the garden are a feature throughout the property.
Upstairs is an elegant family bathroom and four generously proportioned bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes. The master boasts a large en-suite with separate bath and shower.
The secluded garden is a real attraction with its graceful mature trees, large lawn and a paved area adjacent to the house. To one side is gated vehicular access to a large gravelled car parking area and a handy timber garage/workshop.
Available with no onward chain.
Yarnton is a large village, located midway between Oxford and Woodstock and benefiting from a good range of local amenities. These include a church, primary school, village hall, two public houses, doctors surgery, petrol station/post office/shop and the popular Yarnton Nurseries which sells a vast range of goods including clothes and gifts as well as providing a restaurant and antique centre. Transport links are excellent to Oxford and the Midlands and the nearby Oxford Parkway rail station provides an fast service to London Marylebone (approx 40 mins). There is good access to the well known Oxford schools including St. Edwards, Summer Fields, The Dragon, Oxford High, Headington Girls and Radley.
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