Appleford Road, Sutton Courtenay, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 4NQ | Property for sale | Savills
3,363 sq ft(312.43 sq m)
Guide price £850,000

Appleford RoadSutton Courtenay, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 4NQ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Drawing room with magnificent fireplace
  • Sitting room with original herringbone wood floors
  • Impressive principal bedroom with dressing room & ensuite bathroom
  • Five further bedrooms and a family bathroom
  • Gated off street parking & double garage
  • Large, flat gardens to the rear

Much loved family home in need of renovation in sought after village.

About this property

  • With origins believed to date from an 18th century cottage, with later extensions and additions, The White House is a fascinating detached property. Retaining numerous original features, the versatile accommodation is arranged over three floors. Reception rooms include sitting room with herringbone wood floor and large windows overlooking the garden and drawing room with wood burning stove, open plan to a dining area. The breakfast/dining room gives access to a galley kitchen, and a utility room is accessed across a covered passageway.

    An impressive main staircase leads to the large principal bedroom which has dressing room and ensuite bathroom. There is a family bathroom and separate WC on this level. On the second floor there are three interconnecting bedrooms. Accessed from a separate staircase are a further two inter connecting bedrooms.

    Outside, the property is accessed through a five bar gate to gravel parking in front of the double garage. The property enjoys large, flat gardens to the rear and pretty walled gardens on the east and west side of the house.

    Very much loved by the same family for over fifty years, The White House today is in need of updating and represents a fabulous opportunity for the next generation.

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What an amazing opportunity, to transform this substantial family home.

Nicky QuentelProperty agent

Local information

  • Situated on the banks of the River Thames in South Oxfordshire, Sutton Courtenay has a rich history. With an attractive village green, many of the houses date to the 16th century and earlier, fine period properties include the Grade II* listed Manor House, The Abbey and the Norman Hall.
  • With a vibrant community, amenities in the village include the Sutton Courtenay C of E Primary School, the church of All Saints, a post office/general store and four public houses, including the popular pub-restaurant The Fish. More extensive amenities are found in Abingdon, Didcot and Oxford.
  • Communication is good with the A34 connecting M40 and the M4. Didcot Parkway station is approximately 3 miles with services to London Paddington from about 40 minutes.
  • The area is well served for an excellent selection of state and independent schools in and around Abingdon and Oxford. Notable past and current residents of Sutton Courtenay are numerous and include former Prime Minister HH Asquith and Eric Arthur Blair, alias George Orwell, is buried in the churchyard.

Additional information

  • Services - Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected.
  • Vale of White Horse
  • Council tax G
  • Photographs taken and brochure prepared April 2024
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G