Little Street, Sulgrave, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17

£675,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An outstanding conversion of a 4 bedroom stone barn located to the rear of a select and exclusive development of just four barns, with views over adjacent paddocks and countryside.

The property offers deceptive and well-proportioned accommodation finished to a high specification, arranged over two floors and is constructed of stone beneath a slate roof with hardwood double glazed windows, an air source pump serving the under floor heating to the ground floor with radiators to the first floor and a pressurised hot water system. Outside there is a car port and parking.

A large entrance hall leads to all principal rooms. There are two reception rooms and a magnificent living/dining and kitchen space featuring a ceramic tiled floor and bi-folding doors which open onto an extended paved terrace looking out across paddocks and countryside beyond. The kitchen is fitted to a high specification fitted with a range of quality base and eye level units, complemented by silestone worksurfaces and appliances including an induction hob with extractor, a fan assisted oven and warming drawer, combination fan assisted microwave/grill oven and dishwasher. The sitting room features a brick fireplace with stone surround and bi-folding doors to the garden.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms. The principal and guest bedrooms each have fitted 'Hammonds' wardrobe furniture and en-suite facilities to a high specification with white sanitary ware, modern tiling and heated towel rails. The family bathroom provides a separate shower and bath.

Situation

Sulgrave is a pretty village located between the market towns of Banbury and Brackley. There are many important listed buildings in the village, particularly the 16th Century Sulgrave Manor, the ancestral home of George Washington's family. The village has a shop/post office and a public house. The neighbouring village of Culworth has a primary school, and the village is within the catchment area of the Chenderit secondary school in nearby Middleton Cheney. From Banbury there is a mainline railway station to London Marylebone and Jct 10 of the M40 motorway.

Outside

A pathway leads to the front entrance between a small open plan front lawn. An open fronted car port provides vehicle storage with designated parking. A gated passage which ideal for storage, also gives access to the rear of the property and separates the barns. The rear south facing gardens have fantastic views across adjacent paddock land and countryside beyond. Principally laid to lawn, the gardens, which wrap around the property in an L-Shape, feature a large paved terrace adjacent to the property and a second terrace in the far corner of the garden. The lawns are complemented by well stocked raised flowering border. There is an also a large timber storage shed. External water supply, power supply and lighting

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