A fabulous Grade II listed townhouse in the heart of Woodstock with grand proportions, charming period features and a sensible layout, that would now benefit from some updating. Original cupboards and flagstone floors, wooden beams and vaulted ceilings contribute much character, and accommodation is flexible. The front first floor bedroom currently serves as a beautiful sitting room, its large sash windows making it feel light and airy even on a dull day.
Ground floor accommodation briefly comprises an entrance porch and hall with flagstone floors, sitting room with bay window, kitchen/breakfast room with separate pantry and a cloakroom/shower room. Stone steps from the hall wind down to a stunning cellar believed to date from the 1600s which features a high, arched ceiling and a gorgeous fireplace.
On the first floor are two generous and characterful double bedrooms, along with a family bathroom. Up on the second floor vaulted ceilings run throughout and the two double bedrooms are both very well-proportioned.
To the rear of the property is a private, atmospheric courtyard garden.
Woodstock is a thriving market town situated eight miles north-west of Oxford on the edge of the Cotswolds. Home to Blenheim Palace, it offers an appealing mix of town and countryside and boasts an impressive choice of pubs, cafes, restaurants, shops and hotels. Its comprehensive schools are well respected and Oxford's private schools conveniently accessible. The M40 is within easy reach and Oxford Parkway train station provides a direct service to London Marylebone. There are four buses an hour into Oxford. Residents enjoy a free walking permit for Blenheim Park and there are many beautiful farmland walks, as well as a lido, museum and bowls and tennis club. Soho Farmhouse is approximately 15 minutes' drive away.
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