Favorably positioned in the heart of town is this striking Grade II-listed period townhouse, surrounded by a plethora of shops, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, and only a short walk from Blenheim Palace, one of Britain’s finest world heritage sites. Having undergone recent cosmetic updates, interiors are pared-back and well considered, with a predominantly natural colour palette, emphasising the wonderful quality of natural light throughout.
On approach, the house is immediately captivating with its double fronted Façade, sash windows and vernacular stone architecture. Entry is via a porch with a handy storage cupboard, which leads to the formal dining room/reception. Once inside you are greeted by high ceilings and natural light which pours in through a large sash window. Timber flooring runs underfoot. A central hallway with exposed brick leads to the kitchen at the rear of the plan. The kitchen is well fitted with light timber worktops, shaker doors, a butlers sink, brass accents and skylights overhead. Additionally, there is a guest cloakroom off the hallway.
In traditional townhouse fashion, the first floor has a second reception room with a bold accent wall and two windows overlooking Market Street. The third bedroom and family bathroom can also be found on this level. On the second floor there are two double bedrooms that run the full depth of the house, including a master bedroom with original fireplace, fitted wardrobes and a neatly concealed en suite shower and dressing area.
Externally the property has a right of way over an adjoining courtyard which allows for bin storage and rear access.
This thriving market town is 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 and Soho Farmhouse is approximately 10 minutes' drive away. There are a variety of commuter options for Oxford, London & the Midlands including regular buses to Oxford Parkway station providing fast (approx. 55 mins) trains to London Marylebone.