24 Kingham Road, Churchill, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7

£495,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Positioned within its own exclusive environment, with all doors and windows overlooking the stylishly landscaped, south-facing courtyard gardens, this detached, split-level single storey cottage bungalow residence, provides an excellent village retreat and is positioned at the end of a small, private cul-de-sac, close to the centre of this ever-popular north Oxfordshire village.

The property was converted from a former farm building in 1986. There is a central entrance hall, to the left of which is the living accommodation incorporating a spacious lounge with a stone fireplace, wood-burning stove and a bespoke oak breakfast kitchen, both with 10ft apex ceilings. The bedroom wing to the right has two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, and a stylish bathroom with contemporary-style suite and tiling.

Each of the windows to either the south or the west form picture windows looking on to the courtyard gardens, which are private in themselves and also split-level with an attractive lawned area with raised flowerbeds and a lower-level patio.

The property is warmed with oil-fired central heating, there is a recently installed pressurised water system, and sealed unit double glazing. The property has a single garage and there is off-street parking within the private courtyard for two vehicles.

The property is located close to the centre of Churchill, with its own famous eatery, The Chequers public house, with the village being located around 3 miles from the cosmopolitan market town of Chipping Norton and around 2 miles from Kingham where there are Michelin starred restaurants with Kingham railway station on the outskirts of the village giving access to London Paddington.

Directions

From our Moreton-in-Marsh office, turn left and at the first mini round-about turn left again along the A44 towards Chipping Norton. After approximately five miles, continue past the turning for Salford on the left hand side, and after a further half a mile, turn right signposted Cornwell. After approximately half a mile, follow the road round to the left signposted Churchill, continuing to the following crossroads, then turn right, also signposted Churchill. When entering the village, take the second turn on the right immediately before the war memorial into Kingham Road, and after approximately two hundred yards, turn right just before a small chapel on the left hand side into a cul-de-sac of converted barns. This is the penultimate property on the right hand side.

Hall (19' 2" x 6' 1" or )

Matching Karndean flooring to living room, solid oak door with frosted, leaded inset pane and leaded side panel, southerly aspect creating a light and airy atmosphere, double radiator, built-in cloaks area.

Cloakroom

Two piece suite in white, low-flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, ceramic tile floor housing Megaflow pressurised heating system.

Living Room (21' 8" x 14' 0" or )

Antique oak-style Karndean flooring throughout, corner offset stone fireplace with flagstone hearth with multi-fuel burning stove inset, 12ft high apex ceiling with exposed timbers and purlins, two double radiators, high-level skylight window, two south-facing windows with outlook over courtyard, three wall-mounted light points and three steps ascending to entrance hall.

Living Room 2

Breakfast Kitchen (13' 9" x 11' 7" or )

Hand-built, bespoke solid oak units, fitted in three sections also with central podium, six base units, one with double dresser unit above and three units within the central podium, oil-fired Aga stove with externally-ducted, double canopied cooker hood above, ceramic butler's sink with chrome mixer tap above, boiling water tap and integrated spray, space and plumbing for both automatic washer and dishwasher, slate- style Karndean floor, cabinet area disguising circuit breaker unit, double radiator, partially apex ceiling.

Breakfast Kitchen 2

Master Bedroom (14' 7" x 13' 3" or )

Southerly and westerly aspected windows with outlook over gardens and courtyard, two single radiators, double built-in wardrobe, built-in shelved, airing cupboard to one side with electric radiator.

Bedroom 2 (12' 4" x 14' 2" or )

10ft high apex ceiling with exposed purlins, attractive southerly aspect over courtyard garden, double radiator.

Study / Bedroom 3 (11' 2" x 8' 0" or )

Exposed roof timbers, high-level double-glazed Velux swing window, double radiator.

Bathroom

Three piece suite in white, low-flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, both Heritage range, panelled bath with central mixer tap, large range shower head and hand held shower spray, high-level Velux swing window, large 7ft ladder-style heated towel rail radiator, tavertine style surround to bath with glazed side screen.

Garage (17' 2" x 10' 4" or )

Power and light installed, up and over door, off-street parking for two vehicles immediately in front of the garage. Beyond the garage there is a gravelled courtyard area with some stone setts marking the boundary of this and the adjacent property's off-street parking area. There is therefore parking for one property adjacent to its own PVC oil tank to one side and also in front of the garage.

Front elevation

Courtyard (35' 0" x 30' 0" or )

Flagstone base, random stone wall on one side with interwoven fencing opposite, substantial mature tree, elevated lawned garden area with fir tree and elevated flower borders, plastic water butt, private area immediately adjacent to bedroom two.

Courtyard 2

Garden

Directions

From our Moreton-in-Marsh office, turn left and at the first mini round-about turn left again along the A44 towards Chipping Norton. After approximately five miles, continue past the turning for Salford on the left hand side, and after a further half a mile, turn right signposted Cornwell. After approximately half a mile, follow the road round to the left signposted Churchill, continuing to the following crossroads, then turn right, also signposted Churchill. When entering the village, take the second turn on the right immediately before the war memorial into Kingham Road, and after approximately two hundred yards, turn right just before a small chapel on the left hand side into a cul-de-sac of converted barns. This is the penultimate property on the right hand side.

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