Front Elevation
3,592 sq ft(333.71 sq m)
Guide price £1,300,000

High StreetShipton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6DG

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in November 2019
  • Edge of the Cotswolds
  • Within reach of Soho Farmhouse
  • Mature gardens
  • Predicted Energy Assessment = B (EPC Awaited)

New home in traditional style

About this property

  • Situated in a Conservation Area in the heart of the village, Haywards House is a desirable, new house built in Cotswold stone. Sitting centrally in its plot of about 0.33 acres and screened by mature trees it has a vehicular access off Mawles Lane and a pedestrian gate on to the High Street.

    • The accommodation is arranged over three floors creating spacious family living
    • Large kitchen/family room with quality kitchen including Miele appliances
    • Impressive triple aspect sitting room with dressed stone fireplace and wood strip floor
    • Study with bay window
    • Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and further 5 bedrooms (2 with en suites bathrooms) and 2 further bathrooms
    • Quality sanitary ware throughout
    • Carpets and tiled floors
    • Oak doors
    • Fitted wardrobes
    • Detached double garage
    • Mature gardens and grounds
    • 10 year new build warranty

    Services
    All mains services are connected. Gas-fired boiler.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A charming blend of new and traditional - the best of both worlds

Huw WarrenProperty agent

Local information

  • Shipton-under-Wychwood nestles in the Evenlode Valley, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Burford and Chipping Norton in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds.
  • Surrounded by delightful countryside, amenities in the village include a post office and general store, a doctors surgery, three public houses, a fine parish church and Wychwood Church of England Primary School.
  • The community offers clubs from tennis and outside bowls to a cricket team which has won the National Village Championship at Lords in recent years. Golf is close by with courses at Burford, Chipping Norton and Lyneham.
  • More extensive amenities are available in the nearby market towns of Burford and Witney.
  • Oxford provides the main shopping and cultural centre for the area, with Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham about 45 minutes drive away.
  • There is a good choice of local state and independent schools including the village primary school, Windrush Valley Preparatory School and senior schools at Burford Academy, Cokethorpe near Witney and many other well respected schools.
  • There is a mainline station at Charlbury, 6 miles, which provides regular train services to London, Paddington.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Oxford proceed along the A40 to Burford. Once in Burford, proceed down the hill and over the bridge to the mini roundabout and bear right onto the A361 towards Chipping Norton. Continue through the village of Fulbrook and on for a further 4 miles to Shipton-under-Wychwood. On entering the village proceed past the cricket club on your left and Shipton Court House on your right. Take the next right turn in to Mawles Lane and the entrance to Haywards House is the first turning on the left.
  • EPC Rating = B