An imposing Grade II listed house dating from the 18th century, with separate one-bed cottage, located near the kissing gate into Blenheim Park. Built from Cotswold stone, the house was converted from a boxing glove factory in the 1960s and retains a wealth of period features - including flagstone flooring, window shutters, panel doors, beams and wall panelling - which give the house a warm, homely feel.
Accommodation is laid out over three floors, with the top floor divided into two areas accessed by two separate staircases. The cosy but well-proportioned sitting room is located on the first floor, while on the ground floor is a drawing room complete with beautiful fitted bookcases. The kitchen is open onto the dining room, and there is a handy WC and utility room with access out to the garden.
Upstairs the large master bedroom features a stunning vaulted ceiling, and bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 are all good sizes. A single bedroom and two bathrooms complete the accommodation on the upper floors.
The garden lies to the front of the house and is enclosed by elegant iron railings. To its side lies the detached cottage, 'The Coach House' which backs on to Blenheim Park and comprises a sitting room with parquet flooring, kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom, plus outside store room.
Woodstock is a thriving market town located north west of Oxford and on the edge of Blenheim Palace Estate. Residents benefit from a walking pass for the grounds. The town itself has an active community and a charming centre with a Post Office, churches of several denominations and a wide range of shops, hotels, restaurants and pubs. It has excellent schools/childcare facilities and good access to the well known Oxford schools including St. Edwards, Summer Fields, The Dragon, Oxford High, Headington Girls and Radley. Woodstock is conveniently located for the M40, the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon. There are various commuter options for Oxford, London & the Midlands including regular buses to Oxford Parkway station providing fast (approx 55 mins) trains to Marylebone. Soho Farmhouse is approximately 15 minutes' drive away.
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