Elegant and impressive Listed house within vibrant North Oxfordshire village.
Situated in the heart of Deddington village and built of Hornton stone, this Grade II* listed property is perfect for those looking for family living, space to entertain or wanting facilities on the doorstep. A deceptive, versatile house with generous room proportions and high ceilings.
Wealth of period features include open fireplaces, exposed timbers, exposed floor boards, flagstones, shuttered sash windows, mullion windows with leaded lights, four and six panel internal doors, generous front door with fanlight over, impressive oak staircase, oak flooring, cast iron radiators and cornicing.
Modern improvements include impressive kitchen/breakfast/living room with lantern, four oven gas Aga, base and eye level units, partial double glazing, glazed breakfast area and white bathroom fittings.
On arrival the elegant and generous front door opens to a spacious reception/staircase hall that runs from the front to the back with generous ceiling height, beautiful and impressive staircase, the centre piece of this remarkable house. The sense of arrival is palpable.
The grand living continues with the drawing room and dining room, both with central fireplaces. The drawing room has windows and a door opening out onto the walled garden to the rear.
For the family or those looking to entertain there is a much extended kitchen/breakfast/living room with wooden flooring, range of built in cupboards with sink, four oven gas Aga, seating area and glazed dining area with a door out onto the walled garden, all enabling that inside/outside feeling.
Upstairs the layout and number of bedrooms allows for plenty of bedrooms plus a sitting room, studio/office and games room. The principal bedroom suite lies at the back for the house and has a walk through dressing room that leads to the bath/shower room. There is a secondary narrow staircase (formerly for staff that rises from the kitchen/breakfast/living room to a first floor laundry/ironing room and continues to the second floor bedroom seven.
Outside is a very pretty south facing walled garden enclosed by a high stone and brick wall predominately laid to lawn with raised flowering borders and beds flanked by stone walkways and paths. Stone terrace for entertaining. Greenhouse. Wisteria clad pergola. Off road parking for two cars with shared access off Horsefair.
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My favourite architecture is Georgian, and this is a gem of an example. Light, height and vibrancy!Nick RudgeProperty agent