OxhillOffers Over £525,000
A most attractive and well appointed, period Hornton stone built barn conversion in a delightful courtyard setting on the edge of the village conservation area, with large gardens extending and large natural pond in all to almost 0.4 acre
Key Features1. Reception Hall & Fitted Cloakroom
2. Attractive Sitting Room
3. Well Fitted Dining/Kitchen with Aga
5. Ground Floor Bedroom Suite
6. Two Further Double Bedrooms
7. Family Bathroom
8. Detached Double Garage
9. Delightful Gardens with Natural Pond
10. No Upward Chain
A most attractive and well appointed, period Hornton stone built barn conversion in a delightful courtyard setting on the edge of the village conservation area, with large gardens extending in all to almost 0.4 acre
OXHILL is a quietly set village in the rolling South Warwickshire countryside close to the North Oxfordshire border. With the benefit of no through traffic it has an attractive mix of old and new properties together with a renowned inn – The Peacock, historic church and village hall. Less than two miles away is the large village of Tysoe which enjoys local shops, pre-school, primary school and after school clubs. Also readily accessible is Kineton (3½ miles) and Shipston on Stour (6 miles) while the main centres of the area are also within easy reach with Stratford upon Avon 10 miles, Banbury 11 miles, Warwick 16 miles and the nearest junction on the M40 (6 miles). There is a mainline rail service to London from Banbury and Warwick Parkway.
LITTLE BARN is delightfully situated on the southern periphery of the village, with charming views to the rear, and forms part of a small collection of character homes which were imaginatively and sympathetically converted in about 1996 from former late 18th/early 19th century period farm buildings adjoining Church House. The property comprises an attractive “L” shaped Hornton Stone and brick built semi-detached barn conversion set in good sized gardens which extend in all to about 0.4 acre, and providing flexible, well appointed, oil fired centrally heated and double glazed accommodation of considerable charm and character. A particular feature of the property is the natural pond located in the rear garden which attracts a wide variety of wildlife and adds to the delightful setting of Little Barn.
On the ground floor An oak front door opens to the Reception Hall having a ceramic tiled floor, a pair of French doors to the rear gardens and a Fitted Cloakroom containing a washbasin and WC. Leading from an Inner Hallway, with staircase to the first floor, is the Charming “L” Shaped Sitting Room which enjoys picture windows and a glazed door to the rear garden, a feature inglenook fireplace recess with a Woodward log burning stove, under-stairs storage cupboard and an exposed ceiling beam.
There is an excellent fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room which enjoys a semi-vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, a picture window and oak door to the front courtyard, tiled flooring, and containing a good range of wall and floor cupboard units having laminated worktops, incorporating a stainless steel one-and-a-half bowl sink, oil fired Aga, integrated Bosch dishwasher, ceramic hob and electric oven, and further island unit.
Leading off the kitchen is a Study with picture window to the courtyard, exposed roof truss, built-in laundry cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine, and a Trianco oil fired central heating boiler (The study could be easily partitioned to create a further single bedroom if required). Beyond is a ground floor Bedroom Suite providing a Double Bedroom with semi-vaulted ceiling, and an En-Suite Shower Room containing a tiled corner shower cubicle, washbasin and WC.
On the first floor Leading from a Central Landing, with a built-in heated airing cupboard and ceiling hatch to the loft space, are Two Further Double Bedrooms, each with built-in double door wardrobes. There is also a Further Shower Room containing a shower, washbasin and WC.
Outside The property is approached from Tysoe Road over a long, shared, gravelled driveway which leads to an outer courtyard area and the Detached Double Garage, with two pairs of garage doors (one set being electric remote controlled), personal door at side power connected, and car parking to the front.
A gate opens to the Charming Inner Courtyard which is mainly gravelled and includes a variety of young trees and shrubs, a useful Large Timber Shed, and paved pathway leading to the front door.
The Rear Gardens extend on two sides of the property, providing a most attractive setting, and include a paved sun terrace, lawns interspersed with many mature trees and shrubs – and a charming natural pond bordered by established rushes and other pond vegetation.
Services Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property.
No tests have been undertaken to the service installations. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase. Oil fired central heating is installed.
Tenure & Possession The property is for sale Freehold with no upward chain
Fixtures and Fittings All items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale price, all others are expressly excluded.
Council Tax We understand that the property has been placed in Band G with Stratford on Avon District Council.
Energy Performance Certificate Energy efficiency rating: Band E (Current), Band D (Potential). A copy of the full EPC report is available upon request.
Viewing Strictly by Appointment with the selling agents
Location From Shipston on Stour take the A3400 towards Stratford upon Avon. Take the first right signposted Honington and proceed through the village and the next village of Whatcote towards Oxhill. Upon entering Oxhill take the first turn right into Green Lane and continue to the end before turning right into Tysoe Road. After a short distance, turn left into a private gravelled drive, as indicated by the For Sale sign, and proceed down the drive where Little Barn will be found in the far left corner. Post Code: CV35 0RD