Striking village home with far reaching views and an attractive south facing garden.
Acorn House was built in 1980 from local Horton Stone on the site of a former cow shed. The barn conversion style home provides light, well presented accommodation.
The entrance hall has a tiled floor, exposed brickwork and beamed ceiling. It leads down steps to the wonderfully light, interconnecting sitting room and dining room. Both benefit from beamed ceilings, exposed brickwork, wooden floors and sliding doors on to the garden. The sitting room also has an in-built wood burner and views over the garden and countryside beyond.
The kitchen has a range of bespoke cedar wood base and wall units with polished glass worktops, Blanco stainless steel sink unit, tiled floor, integrated fridge/freezer, induction hob and fan oven. It also has an external stable door and steps down to the utility room, with fitted base and wall units and plumbing for a washing machine. This leads on to the downstairs WC.
The study provides additional flexible accommodation.
The principal bedroom has far reaching views of the surrounding countryside and an en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms with accessed from a mezzanine landing and gallery style staircase. The family bathroom has a bath, with shower over, WC, two basins and heated towel rail.
Accessed from Bedroom Four via a ladder is a boarded and insulated loft.
To the front of the house is a lawn garden and private gravelled driveway with off road parking for two cars. Double electric gates lead to further off road parking for up to three cars and on to a detached garage of brick and slate construction.
The attractive, south facing rear garden is enclosed and principally laid to lawn with a patio area and well stocked flower beds.
This unique home will suit a wide variety of buyers. It's accessibility to good local schools, Banbury, the M40 and train links further enhance its appeal.
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The barn conversion style of this house, with spacious accommodation and south facing garden immediately appealed to me.Catherine Scandrett