Chapel Street, Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 4NB | Property for sale | Savills
4,738 sq ft(440.17 sq m)
Excess of £2,750,000(€3,253,839)

Chapel StreetBloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 4NB


    Key features

    • Period features alongside modern living
    • Generous ceilings and well proportioned principal rooms
    • Light and airy reception rooms
    • Versatile accommodation
    • Home office and gym
    • Two bathrooms and two WCs
    • Garage and off road parking
    • Heated outdoor pool
    • Landscaped gardens

    Stunning village living.

    About this property

    • Manor Farmhouse is an handsome Grade II listed former farmhouse nestled in the Conservation Area of the popular village of Bloxham. Believed to be of 15th century origins remodelled in 17th and 19th century house constructed of local Hornton stone under a Stonesfield slate and Welsh grey slate roof, quietly positioned, offering space and privacy.

      The house has been sympathetically and comprehensively refurbished by the current owners, bringing a modern, family feel to the property's lovely architecture, age and charm. Attention to detail is exemplary, all offered in excellent order in terms of decoration, floor coverings and soft furnishings. Quality is a defining feature of this impressive property.

      Wealth of period features combine well with the countless modern fittings including open fireplaces, Gothic arched front door, elegant staircase, exposed timbers, stone mouldings, deep window boards, bay window, mullion, leaded light and sash windows, flagstone and wooden floors, shuttered windows, window seats, panelled internal doors.

      The kitchen/breakfast room is very much the hub of the house and has been comprehensively improved with a generous central island with granite works surfaces, Neff five ring gas hob, Smeg oven, two Miele integrated dish washers, further base units, wooden flooring, double doors out onto the terrace to the rear and swimming pool beyond. Steps down to the dining room and separate steps down to the pantry cellar. There is a lovely array of reception rooms, perfect for those who like to entertain or with a growing family. Generous utility and boot rooms compliment the house further and for the wine collector, a lovely cellar.

      The bedroom accommodation is generous and offers lovely light and airy rooms particularly the principal bedroom suite and bedroom two with vaulted ceiling, impressive moulded beams and French bath. There is an additional dressing room with secondary stairs down to the utility room ideal as an additional bedroom/au pair room.

      The landscaped walled gardens are a fitting backdrop to this lovely home. They are level, laid to lawn with numerous flowering borders. Wooden pedestrian gate opens to a stone path flanked by conical yew topiary leading to the Gothic arched front door. There is further Box and Yew topiary, mature Wellingtonia tree, rockery, well, children's play area, laurel, beech and hornbeam hedging preserving your privacy. Rear courtyard which is partly stone paved with gravel and central flower bed with Bay.

      On the western elevation is a further area of lawned garden leading to an outdoor heating swimming pool measuring 9m x 3.5m. Here there is a lovely flagstone paved terrace with pergola, perfect for entertaining. Mature Wisteria.

      Shingle covered driveway and parking area to the side. Garage building is of stone construction under a stone tile roof and comprising single garage housing the pool filtration and heating system; gym; games room/home office over. Wood store and oil tank.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Sympathetically modernised and improved providing sophisticated and well-appointed living. This is arguably the best house in the village. It is really interesting to note that, when I have visited, there is a real sense of peace and quiet here, which is unusual given the thriving nature of the village. So well worth stepping into this rare oasis.

    Nick RudgeProperty agent

    Local information

    • Bloxham is an attractive and popular village situated in the beautiful North Oxfordshire countryside about 3.5 miles to the south-west of the market town of Banbury.
    • Local facilities include a variety of shops, beauty salons, coffee shop, medical and dental surgeries, public houses and a local bus service.
    • The village is well served by schools including primary, secondary and Bloxham and Tudor Hall Public Schools.
    • Banbury offers a wider range of shopping facilities as well as access onto the M40 motorway (approximately 5.7 miles) at junction 11 and mainline rail services to London/Marylebone (approximately 56 minutes peak time). Oxford, with its excellent range of educational and cultural facilities, lies 22 miles to the south.
    • Sporting activities in the area include golf courses at Tadmarton Heath, Rye Hill (Milcombe), Banbury (Adderbury) and Cherwell Edge (Middleton Cheney); racing at Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick and Cheltenham; full indoor sports complex in Banbury; theatres at Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Chipping Norton and Warwick.
    • Soho Farmhouse at Great Tew lies 8 miles to the south-west.
    • All distances and times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Photos taken: October 2017 and June 2023.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G