Charlton Road, Aynho, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 3AL | Property for sale | Savills
2,304 sq ft(214.05 sq m)
Guide price £1,600,000(€1,893,142)

Charlton RoadAynho, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 3AL


    Key features

    • Beautifully presented property in elevated location with stunning views.
    • Eco-friendly with an A EPC rating, ground source heating and hot water.
    • Private drive and triple bay garage with room above.
    • Breath taking views from the open plan kitchen/family room.
    • Communication links at Banbury to London, Oxford and Birmingham.

    Contemporary living within landscaped gardens and triple garage.

    About this property

    • Wensden Field House is situated in an elevated position on the edge of the village benefitting from stunning far reaching countryside views. The current owners have extended and modernised to create fabulous open plan living with clean lines and contemporary finish. It is particularly eco-friendly with an A rating EPC, Schuco windows, and ground source and solar panels providing central heating and hot water.

      On entering the property there are the most breathtaking views, observed via the floor to ceiling picture window. The fireside seating area offers the perfect place to enjoy the amazing views. From here there is access to the sitting room, study and open plan kitchen and dining room. The cosy sitting room has exposed beams and a traditional open fireplace. Bifold doors lead out to the south facing garden, creating a lovely entertaining space. There is also a downstairs bedroom with views to two aspects and an adjacent shower room. The kitchen has bespoke cupboards and drawers with quartz work surfaces and built in Neff dishwasher, Samsung fridge/freezer, electric Aga with traditional hob and induction hob, and Quooker tap. There are bi fold doors opening out from the kitchen and dining room areas with stunning views across the garden and countryside beyond. There is a useful utility room with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and separate pantry store cupboard with built in shelves. From the reception hall is the floating staircase leading to the first floor whereby the spectacular views can be truly appreciated. The principal bedroom has a large picture window and en suite shower room. There are three further spacious bedrooms with two bathrooms, and access to two, fully insulated loft rooms for storage.

      The property is approached from the village road and has its own private drive, enclosed by a solar powered five bar farm gate, with parking for several cars. There is a timber clad barn offering a triple bay garage and office space, with concrete floor, power, lighting and electric car charging point. Stairs lead to a viewing deck and first floor flexible accommodation offering living area/storage, office/bedroom and shower room. The gardens have been designed by Nicholsons and sweep around the house, planted with flowers, shrubs and fruit trees. There is plenty of lawn, a garden shed and log store. The terrace runs across the south side of the house enabling the views to be appreciated
      from all aspects.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love the fact this home is so sustainable and eco friendly with open plan living and stunning views!

    Sophie GannonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Aynho is a particularly sought after and attractive village situated on the borders of North Oxfordshire and South Northamptonshire overlooking the Cherwell Valley.
    • Also known as the ‘Apricot village' due to its once prolific orchards, Aynho, is steeped in history. The village can trace its roots back to Saxon times and the oldest cottages can be dated to c 1500.
    • The village pub, the Cartwright Arms, was named after the family who were squires of the village from 1616 to the 1950's. The original manor house, burnt down by Royalist troops in the Civil War, was stayed in by Charles I on his return from the battle of Edgehill. In the 1680's Park House was restored and lived in again by the Cartwright family.
    • The Church of St Michael and All Angels has a tower dating to the 14th century, again damaged in the Civil War the Grecian style dates to the 18th century.
    • As well as the church and public house, Aynho has a village hall which offers a variety of community activities including a toddler group, yoga, bowls, a drama group and art classes.
    • Primary education is in the neighbouring village of Charlton with its well regarded CofE Primary School, Secondary schools in Bloxham, Banbury and Brackley. Prep school at Carrdus (Overthorpe), Winchester House (Brackley), and St John's Priory (Banbury), Beachborough, Westbury, with independent senior schools:- Tudor Hall (girls), (Bloxham), Bloxham and Stowe (both co-ed) and private bus services to the Oxford schools.
    • Market towns of Banbury and Bicester provide a full range of shopping requirements with Oxford for further specialist and cultural activities.
    • Communication links to M40 at both J10 (Ardley) 5 miles and J11 (Banbury) 8 miles. Train services from Banbury and Bicester to London (Marylebone). Peak journey time from about 72 minutes and 54 minutes respectively.
    • Sporting activities in the area include a sports field with tennis courts in the village, squash and tennis club at Adderbury, Bannatynes Health club at Bodicote, golf courses on the edge of Adderbury and at Tadmarton Heath, horse racing at Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon, motor racing at Silverstone.
    • All distances and times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: A
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G