Marston Road, Greatworth, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 2EA | Property for sale | Savills
3,155 sq ft(293.11 sq m)
Guide price £1,000,000(€1,181,920)

Marston RoadGreatworth, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 2EA

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in July 2023
  • Delightful village location
  • Modern living with a wealth of period features
  • Versatile and flexible accommodation
  • Outside office, garage and carport
  • South facing garden

Handsome well-presented family home in delightful village.

About this property

  • Westhorpe Manor is a delightful, well-proportioned family home, situated centrally in the conservation village of Greatworth. Brimming with character and dating back to the 17th century, the current vendors have sympathetically remodelled and improved this impressive home providing a charming blend of period features alongside modern living.

    The ground floor offers versatile and flexible living space, with an impressive drawing room, dining area and garden room. Presented to a high standard in all aspects, your eye is drawn to the focal point of the drawing room, with a remarkable inglenook and imposing log burner. There is a wealth of period features to be seen including exposed original beams, stone mullion windows, charming window seats and exposed stone walls. The kitchen has been upgraded and has a wonderfully welcoming vibe, benefiting from another inglenook with log burner, beautiful oak flooring, Rangemaster, island, built in dishwasher and useful, generous pantry. There is also plenty of space for a dining table, offering a great social space and hub of the home. There is also a separate cloakroom with downstairs WC and utility area with another Butlers sink, storage cupboards and space for other white good appliances.

    On the first floor are three sizeable bedrooms. The principal bedroom is characterful, offering double aspect creating lots of light, a fireplace, exposed beams, and charming cottage windows. Bedroom two is sizeable, flooded with light from generous windows and deep sills and the third bedroom even has built in wardrobes, currently being used as a dressing room. There is also a spacious landing, new family bathroom with modern fixtures and fittings and a separate shower room with separate WC. There are also an additional two double bedrooms and shower room on the second floor, providing multifaceted uses.

    Outside and to the rear of the property there is a stone outbuilding currently being used as a study/ office. Perfect for working from home, this additional space offers power, internet, and even underfloor heating. There is also a garage with plenty of storage space, a double car port and gravelled off-road parking for several cars. The garden provides an abundance of lawn, mature trees, shrubs, flower beds, vegetable patches, and a variety of seating areas to be enjoyed in the south facing sun. A private yet sociable garden, perfect for alfresco dining and summer entertaining.

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What a charming family home. I love how wonderful the kitchen is. It's atmosphere is so welcoming and the perfect feel for the hub of the home.

Francesca MossProperty agent

Local information

  • Greatworth is a charming, quintessential village positioned in the south of Northamptonshire surrounded by wonderful countryside.
  • The village has a pre-school and primary school, village shop and post office, family pub/restaurant, St Peter's church and Methodist church. There is also a sports and social club and several organisations within the village too.
  • A wider range of amenities can be found at the nearby market towns of Banbury (8 miles) and Brackley (5 miles) and, further afield, at Buckingham (12 miles), Northampton (22 miles), Milton Keynes (24 miles) and Oxford (29 miles).
  • Educational facilities include the village primary school, local secondary school at Middleton Cheney (Chenderit), grammar system in Buckingham and private schools at Brackley (Winchester House) and Overthorpe (Carrdus), Stowe, Bloxham and Tudor Hall.
  • Communications links are good with mainline train station at Banbury and King's Sutton to London Marylebone (60 minutes) and Paddington (77 minutes), Milton Keynes to London Euston (32 minutes), Junction 11 of the M40 to London and the Midlands (7 miles) and A43 linking the M40 and the M1 (5 miles.)
  • Sporting activities in the area include golf at Cherwell Edge (Middleton Cheney) and Tadmarton; horse racing at Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick; motor racing at Silverstone; Soho Farmhouse private members club at Great Tew; polo at Kirtlington and Cirencester; Bannatyne's Health Club in Bodicote; world renowned shopping at Bicester Village; Blenheim Palace at Woodstock and theatres in Chipping Norton, Oxford, and Stratford upon Avon.
  • Please note all times and distances are approximates.

Additional information

  • Council Tax Band - F
  • Floorplan produced 2022
  • Photos taken March 2023.
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F