A spacious 'barn conversion' style house built in 2007, offering over 3000 sq ft of accommodation and standing on a c.030 acre plot.
Hawthorn House boasts 5 bedrooms, a generous sitting room with open fire and French doors, and a spacious kitchen/breakfast/dining room that opens onto a large rear garden.
A reception hall, study, cloakroom and utility room complete the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs the property is divided into two parts. To one side is a 'den' ideal for older children that could equally serve as a large office space, plus two bedrooms. To the other is a master bedroom with en suite bath/ shower room, plenty of wardrobe space and a Juliette balcony, along with two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate shower.
To the rear of the house the large, west-facing garden features a pergola ideal for entertaining as well as a sunny decked dining area. Beyond the main garden is a second area allocated to self-sufficiency with a selection of fruit trees, greenhouse, raised vegetable beds a greenhouse and chicken coop.
To the front is a double garage and two parking spaces, with further visitors' parking just a few steps away.
Enslow is a hamlet on the banks of the River Cherwell and the Oxford Canal, surrounded by open countryside. It is located between Woodstock, home of Blenheim Palace, and the villages of Bletchingdon (with village pub, Co-op, primary school, village hall and C of E Church) and Kirtlington (with Post Office/village store, two excellent pubs, primary school, C of E Church). There is a local bus service to Woodstock, Bicester and Oxford, and less than six miles away Oxford Parkway provides a train service to London Marylebone. Junction 9 of the M40 is close by, providing further links to London
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