Murcott, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 2RE | Property for sale | Savills
2,157 sq ft(200.39 sq m)
Guide price £1,100,000

MurcottKidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 2RE

    Key features

    • Beautifully presented village house
    • 1.91 acres of gardens and adjoining paddock
    • Planning permission for a barn/stable in the paddock
    • Substantial detached double garage
    • Walking distance of The Nut Tree pub
    • Convenient for road and rail links

    Well presented Victorian house with paddock.

    About this property

    • Fir Tree House is a detached property with an attractive double fronted main elevation of chequered brick under a slate roof. The character of the property has been preserved and enhanced with sash double glazed windows, oak doors and flooring and fireplaces.

      The two reception rooms are at the front and both have fireplaces and are double aspect. The focal point in the house is the rear extension with an impressive kitchen/family room, a triple aspect room with bi-fold doors to the garden and terrace. It is well appointed with a double oven and six ring hob Rangemaster and an American style fridge freezer and dishwater.

      On the first floor are four well proportioned bedrooms and the principal bedroom has double fitted wardrobes with views over the rear garden and paddock beyond. To the side of the property are wrought iron gates which open onto parking and turning area and a large double garage. The garden is laid to lawn with an attractive mixture of specimen trees including walnut, oak and apple.

      The paddock is situated to the rear and is in permanent pasture and benefits from vehicular access off a side lane.

      In all, the gardens and paddock extend to some 1.91 acres.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A splendid village house with adjoining paddock

    Huw WarrenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Fir Tree House is situated in the heart of Murcott which is one of the historic “seven towns” of Otmoor. It is in an area famed for its network of footpaths and much of the moor is a wildlife reserve. Murcott is also home to The Nut Tree Inn, which is a Michelin starred restaurant and public house. There is good access to a wide range of schools in Oxfordshire and the A40/M40 provides access to London, the Midlands and north. There are mainline stations at Bicester, Islip and Oxford, giving services to London on the Chiltern line in under an hour.

    Additional information

    • Services - Mains electric, drainage and water are connected. Oil fired central heating.
    • Council Tax - Ban Band F
    • Photographs taken and brochure prepared May 2024.
    • Directions: From Oxford proceed north on the A34 taking the exit for Islip and Bletchingdon. Follow the signs to Islip and after The Red Lion public house turn left into Middle Street. Continue straight on at the end in the direction of Chalton on Otmoor and continue along this road and then take the third turning on the right, signposted Charlton on Otmoor and Murcott. Continue into Murcott and Fir Tree House will be seen on the left, in the heart of the village.
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F