Savills | Chapel Row, Cropredy, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 1NS | Property for sale
3,855 sq ft(358.14 sq m)
Guide price £1,300,000(€1,504,976)

Chapel RowCropredy, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 1NS

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Grade II listed stone house
  • Classic period architecture and features
  • Well-proportioned rooms
  • Spacious versatile accommodation
  • Separate studio, office and games room
  • Enclosed level gardens
  • Garaging
  • Offered in good order throughout

Excellent versatile living

About this property

  • Spacious 17th century Grade II listed village farmhouse with later additions.

    Recently extensively improved and updated to provide a stylish family home. Given the property's age and architecture, the house offers well-proportioned principal rooms with generous ceiling heights, all creating a real sense of space and light.

    Wealth of period features including open fireplaces, sash windows (many with working shutters and seats), attractive Jacobean oak staircase, exposed timbers, oak floor boards, flagstones, four panel internal doors and part panelling.

    Recent additions include a kitchen with a Chalon island with integrated dish washer and black granite work surface, modern lighting, large inglenook housing a four oven Aga. A large opening leads into the dining room making for lovely informal entertaining. Beyond is a separate larder room with fitted cupboards and shelves.

    Drawing room with access by either of two doors, carved stone open fireplace, painted period wood panelling throughout.

    The bedroom layout offers versatility with bedroom seven being currently used as a study and formerly a dressing room with extensive fitted cupboards.

    Generous modern family bathroom with honed limestone floor/wall tiles and under-floor heating installed by Fired Earth, roll top bath, wet shower and bath area, twin wash basins, all under a semi-vaulted ceiling with part exposed A frame.

    Second floor bedrooms ideal for children with a fitted desk/computer area (with separate phone line) with cupboards on landing and bathroom.

    Adjacent to the main house is a delightful detached stone barn comprising two offices, games room, garaging and log store. The barn has three phase power, separate central heating system, wood burning stove and offers scope for other uses subject to the relevant consents.

    There are level and partly walled gardens to the rear predominately laid to lawn interspersed with extensive flower and herbaceous borders, fruit trees and climbers. Various gravel or stone terraces

    Two pedestrian gates lead to Chapel Lane.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

I was really struck by the lovely historical charm this house offers plus the former coach house offers so much extra space and scope.

Nick RudgeProperty agent

Local information

  • Cropredy is a popular thriving North Oxfordshire village located on the Oxford Canal in the Cherwell Valley close to the border of South Warwickshire.
  • Village amenities include a post office, village store, a cafe, two public houses, primary school and canal marina.
  • Private education can be found close by at Bloxham (Bloxham Public School and Tudor Hall Girls School), Stowe and Preparatory Schools at Carrdus (Overthorpe), St John's Priory (Banbury), Beachborough (Westbury) and Winchester House (Brackley).
  • The market town of Banbury provides an extensive range of shopping facilities with cultural activities found both at Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford.
  • Transport connections to the area are also found at Banbury with M40 motorway access at Junction 11 and a fast line rail service to London (Marylebone, peak time 56 minutes).
  • Sporting and leisure activities in the area include Soho Farmhouse private members Club; golf at Cherwell Edge (Chacombe) and Tadmarton Heath; horse racing at Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon; motor-racing at Silverstone; cricket and tennis clubs in the village.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Banbury take the A423 northwards towards Southam. After approximately 3 miles, turn right and continue through Great Bourton and on into Cropredy. Proceed into the village passing the Brasenose Public House and take the right turn by a small village green (Chapel Row). Continue and take the first turning left onto Newscut Lane and the entrance to Eagles Farmhouse can be found on the right by a five bar gate. A gravel drive leads to the house and barn. There is ample parking space for several cars.
  • EPC Exempt