High Street, Drayton, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14

£1,295,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
A charming Grade II Listed farmhouse that has been lovingly restored and extended by its current owners and is believed to date back to c.1620–1640 with later Victorian and more recent additions. Up until the 1980's The Old Farmhouse was a working dairy farm owning the land behind, that is now Halls Close. The property has many character features including exposed timber beams reclaimed from Tudor ships, exposed brick and timber walling, inglenook and Victorian fireplaces. The new family room/orangery filled with natural light, compliments well with the integrity of the old building mixing the old and new in harmony. The vendors have used quality fittings and finishes including MInoli tiling, cast iron radiators and Sieman's appliances including a Wi-Fi coffee machine. The space on offer lends itself well to modern family life.

Entering from the front of the farmhouse there is a dining hall with feature fireplace and stairs to the first floor and access to the rest of the house. On the right is the drawing room, a Victorian addition with feature fireplace and bay window. To the left is the kitchen/breakfast room with wall to ceiling units incorporating concealed appliances and larder, the counter is finished with a grey granite work top. From here you have access to the rear hall and downstairs cloakroom. Of particular note is the family room/orangery with a floor to ceiling glass walls, part glazed roof and folding doors to the rear garden. Continue into the study and through to the utility room.

On the first floor there is a beautiful master bedroom with ensuite shower room and built in wardrobe, a guest bedroom with ensuite shower room and built in wardrobes, two further bathrooms, a family bathroom.and a separate WC. On the second floor are two bedrooms and a dressing room that could, subject to the relevant consents, be converted into a bathroom to create a suite.

Situation

Drayton is convenient for local village shopping, eateries and public houses. For further shopping the historic market town of Abingdon boasts a wide range of shops and amenities including both 'Waitrose' and 'Tesco' supermarkets. Sports and recreation are also well catered for, with many sporting clubs and associations in the town, as well as the White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre. Communication links are excellent with frequent bus services into Oxford. The A34 leads to Oxford and both the M4 and M40 motorways and onto the national motorway network. Didcot Parkway is approximately 5.2 miles away, with a fast train service into London Paddington taking approximately 45 minutes. Schooling in the area is excellent with Abingdon Prep, The Manor Prep, Abingdon School, St Helen and St Katherine, Radley College and Our Lady's Abingdon as well as the many highly regarded independent schools in Oxford.

Outside

The main garden lies at the rear and side of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with planted borders and a variety of fruit trees including quince, plum, apple and pear. A tiled terrace leading out from the orangery is an ideal spot for entertaining and relaxing. One of the outbuildings is currently used as a games room and there is also an old dovecote. The driveway is at the back of the house with parking for several vehicles.

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