Savills | Cleveley, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 4DX | Properties for sale
1,235 sq ft(114.74 sq m)
Guide price £600,000

CleveleyChipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 4DX

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Charming period cottage
  • Modern living amongst character features
  • Close to Soho Farmhouse and communication links
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room
  • Generous garden with decking and lawn
  • Summer House with electricity and broadband
  • Garage

Delightful stone cottage in a sought after location

About this property

  • May Cottage is a charming period cottage set in a sought after semi-rural location with good communication links and access to all the Cotswolds and surrounding area has to offer. The stone cottage retains period features whilst having been sensitively modernised to a high standard.

    A porch area leads on to the kitchen / dining room with space for an island unit and table seating area. The dual aspect sitting room benefits from an oak floor, log burner and doors into the garden. On the first floor is a generous family bathroom and a light, dual aspect master bedroom with in built wardrobes and stairs leading up to a versatile nursery / study with potential to become an en suite bathroom. Accessed from the landing via another staircase are two further double bedrooms and a useful, boarded out loft space.

    The generous garden stretches away from the side of the house and includes an area of decking and lawn with a water feature. Leading through mature trees is a further terrace, a play area and a versatile, modern summer house with electricity. The property also benefits from a garage with boarded out storage above and off road parking.

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Within walking distance of Soho Farmhouse, this charming cottage is the ideal country getaway. With well presented accommodation and a generous, secluded garden with summerhouse / home office, May Cottage is a rare find.

Catherine ScandrettProperty agent

Local information

  • This attractive and sought-after Oxfordshire hamlet is situated in the Glyme Valley. The nearby villages of Enstone and Church Enstone provide a shop, public house and a Church. Woodstock which is 6 miles away provides further amenities including a range of public houses and shops. Oxford, Banbury and Chipping Norton all offer more extensive shopping, leisure and cultural facilities.
  • Sought after private members club Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew is just 5 miles away and the highly regarded Daylesford Organic Farm Shop located in Kingham is 11 miles away. Heythrop Park is also nearby with its competition golf course, spa, gym and swimming pool.
  • The town of Charlbury is just 4 miles away and provides a useful mainline rail link into London Paddington via Oxford (70 mins approx.) Other excellent rail links can be found from Oxford Parkway to London Marylebone (60 mins approx.) and also Banbury to London Marylebone (from 56 mins). The A44 provides fast access to Oxford and the M40 for London and Birmingham can be joined at J9 (Wendlebury). There is an extensive range of well regarded local schooling including Enstone Primary School, Great Tew Primary School, Chipping Norton School, Kitebrook, Dormer House, Bloxham School, Tudor Hall and Sibford School, as well as the Oxford schools: The Dragon, Summerfields, Headington, Oxford High, St. Edwards and Magdalen College School.
  • Recreational facilities include golf courses at Heythrop Park, Chipping Norton and Burford, Lyneham Heath Equestrian Centre and livery with its renowned cross country course, coffee shop and gym, horse racing at Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Warwick; excellent walking and riding throughout the Evenlode Valley.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Banbury head south west on the A361 towards Chipping Norton. After approximately 7 miles turn left onto the B4022 signed Enstone & The Tews. Continue on this road and cross over the B4030. Continue along the B4022 and take the left turn to Cleveley, before you reach the A44. As you approach the hamlet fork right at the small green and May Cottage is one of three stone cottages on the left immediately after an area of woodland. May Cottage is the end cottage with the garage.
  • EPC Rating = E