Attractive, detached, period home set in an elevated position in a desirable village offering spacious accommodation.
High Rock is an attractive, detached, Edwardian double fronted house located in the sought after village of Hook Norton. It is of stone construction under a slate roof with a useful and attractive porch.
The property benefits from a wealth of period features, including exposed original timber floorboards and skirting, cast iron fireplaces, stain glass windows and original picture rails.
The sitting room and dining room are wonderfully light with high ceilings, bay windows and original fireplaces.
To the rear of the house is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a range of base and wall units, with timber and granite work surfaces, breakfast bar, sink, Sandyford Cooker and heating system, separate gas hobs. The breakfast room benefits from bifold doors onto the terrace, under floor heating, base units with wooden worktop and an additional sink.
There is also a walk in, north facing pantry, wc and a utility room accessed from the garden.
The five, spacious bedrooms are laid out over the first and second floors. Two have en suite bathrooms and there is a family shower room and extensive attic storage.
The south west facing garden provides the rare opportunity of an extensive outdoor space in a central village location. It comprises a terrace, pergola, pond, lawn, vegetable garden and various sheds / stores. Potential for construction of additional building in the garden, subject to relevant consents.
There is also a gravel, off road parking area.
Key attributes include: striking period property with a wealth of period features; popular village with extensive facilities; accessibility to Soho Farmhouse and communication links; generous, south west facing garden and off road parking.
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I think this substantial, striking period property has a huge amount to offer. It is located in the sought after village, with a range of local amenities and a popular primary school. I love the wealth of period features and the high ceilings, which are a rare find locally.Catherine Scandrett