Clifton, Banbury, Oxfordshire O
Hook Norton, Banbury, Oxfordshire O
Banbury Road, Chacombe, Banbury, Northamptonshire O
Croughton Road, Aynho, Banbury, Oxfordshire O
Manor Road, Adderbury, Banbury, Oxfordshire O
Historic mill, rarely available.LocationClifton is a small village set in the rolling countryside of North Oxfordshire and is made up predominantly of stone cottages and houses. The near by village of Deddington offers a monthly farmers market which is held at the Market Place. The village offers a range of local facilities including top quality village shops (delicatessen and butchers), co-op/post office, restaurants, public houses, primary school and churches.The nearby market towns of Bicester and Banbury, together with the University town of Oxford, provide full specialist requirements.Communication is good with mainline station at Bicester North and Banbury providing fast train services to London Marylebone (about 40 and 55 minutes peak time respectively) and M40 (J10) Ardley about 6 miles.Educational facilities in the area include primary schools in Steeple Aston and Deddington. Private preparatory schools Carrdus, (Overthorpe), St Johns Priory (Banbury), Winchester House (Brackley), Beachborough (Westbury) and The Dragon (Oxford). Senior private schools include:- Tudor Hall (girls), Bloxham, Stowe and St Edwards.(Distances and times are approximate)DescriptionClifton Mill is an historic Grade II listed former mill with origins dating back to the 15th century. Previously owned by Christchurch College and then by a local farming family, the house has recently undergone a sympathetic and substantial restoration programme. Care has been taken to maintain the property’s integrity and wealth of period features and original mill workings, whilst introducing modern day facilities and fittings.The house is of part stone and part rendered construction under part slate and part tile roofs. Period features include the mill stones, gearing, elevators, grain loft, mill wheel, deep window boards, exposed stonework, exposed timbers, flagstone floors, open fireplace, balconies.Newly installed kitchens and bath/shower rooms to both the main house and annexe bring this house firmly into the 21st century. Of note is the kitchen to the main house with window seats, inglenook fireplace/cooker space and panelled family bathroom with wooden flooring. An eye to storage has also been heeded with extensive storage found in many of the rooms.The integral two bedroom cottage allows the house to become six bedrooms and four bath/shower rooms, or to provide granny/staff annexe or income stream. Useful range of traditional thatched outbuildings comprise the Stable Block with three bay garage and offices over; the Garden Block with further garaging, storage, workshop and art studio over with glazed eastern elevation overlooking the mill stream and Cherwell Valley beyond. This would be ideal for working from home, teenager’s den or income stream, subject to the relevant consents.There are extensive mature gardens divided by the mill stream (accessed by a newly installed wooded bridge) that lead into an orchard extensively planted up with a variety of fruit trees, hornbeam hedge enclosed vegetable garden, grazing and woodland beyond planted up with variety of trees including hornbeam, willow, oak and ash, all providing an abundance of wildlife and natural habitats. There are further gardens to front, ornamental pond, parking and turning area, hard standing and cobbled area.In all about 3.14 acres.Square Footage: 5527 sq ftAcreage: 3.15 AcresDirectionsOX15 0PEFrom Banbury take the A4260 Banbury Road towards Deddington. Just before reaching the traffic lights in Deddington take the left hand turn, continue onto the T junction and take the left turn signposted Clifton. Proceed into the village of Clifton and continue through towards Somerton. At the bottom of the hill, just before the bridge, Clifton Mill is the last house on the left hand side.
A family house, range of farm buildings and 40 acres in an elevated position and great potential to convert farm buildings subject to the necessary planning consents.Brockford Farm is a spacious Cotswold stone single storey property with scope to convert the roof space subject to the necessary planning consents.The property is currently single storey including 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, study, large sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room and utility room.There are wonderful south facing views over your own land and countryside beyond.Gardens, Grounds & OutbuildingsThe main house sits in the centre of its residential garden with ample parking and a separate double garage.There is a separate access to the extensive farm buildings including steel framed barns with further potential with the necessary planning consents.Beyond the house and outbuildings the 40 acres is laid to grassland. 2/3rds of the land is on a flat gradient and the further 1/3rd offers quite a steep gradient providing potential facilities for a gallop.Brockford Farm is restricted to an agricultural occupancy.Within the Saxon village of Hook Norton are extensive facilities including a shop, post office, two public houses, doctor, dentist, library, excellent Primary School and veterinary surgery, along with the beautiful Norman Church of St Peter.Excellent schools in the area include Kitebrook, Carrdus (Overthorpe), Bloxham, Tudor Hall and Sibford, with good access to the Oxford schools.Comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the market towns of Chipping Norton, Banbury and further afield towards Stratford-Upon-Avon and Oxford.Conveniently located for the M40 motorway at junctions 10 and 11, as well as rail links from Banbury to London Marylebone in about 50 minutes and Charlbury into London Paddington in about 75 minutes.Leisure facilities include Golf at Rye Hill, Tadmarton and Chipping Norton whilst the exclusive Soho Farmhouse is located close by at Great Tew.
This impressive Grade II Listed early 17th Century landmark property is located centrally in the village and offers substantial accommodation. The main house combines modern family living with many period features including timber beams, open fireplaces and some original doors. The accommodation is arranged over three floors with a variety of well-proportioned family and guest rooms. The coach house provides a useful separate and self-contained ancillary accommodation with a variety of potential uses.SituationChacombe is situated to the north east of Banbury just outside Middleton Cheney. The majority of the village was designated as a conservation area in April 1986. The village offers facilities including a local public house and primary school and numerous clubs and societies. Private preparatory schools include Bloxham and Carrdus (Overthorpe) with Public schools including Bloxham, Tudor Hall (Girls) and Princethorpe, Rugby. Surrounding areas of interest include Soho Farmhouse and sporting facilities in the area include golf at Rye Hill; horse racing at Towcester; motor racing at Silverstone and a full indoor sports complex in Banbury. Facilities in nearby Banbury include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, Waitrose, Gateway Retail Park and Spiceball Park Leisure Centre. A mainline railway station can also be found in Banbury & the M40 provides access to both London and Birmingham from Jct 11.OutsideSat in grounds of half an acre The Grange is protected by a walled garden with high wooden electric gates which open onto a cobbled courtyard providing access to the main house and Coach House. There is a three car open garage, ample parking with a turning area and two separate mature garden areas. Each of these areas is complemented by shrubs and paved terraces, one of which leads directly from the swimming pool.Additional InformationLocal Authority –South Northamptonshire CouncilProperty Tax - Band GServices – water, electricity, drainage
All for the rural lifeLocationAynho is an attractive village situated on the Oxfordshire/Northamptonshire border.Active village community includes a public house, village hall and playing fields hosting clubs and groups.One of Aynho's attractions is the apricot trees growing against cottage walls. They flourish on the village's south-westerly aspect and its limestone soil. In the past, the lords of the manor, members of the Cartwright family, are said to have claimed the apricot fruits as part of the cottage rents.Primary school - Charlton, Secondary school – Chenderit (Middleton Cheney), Preparatory schools - Carrdus (Overthorpe), Winchester House (Brackley), and St John's Priory (Banbury), with senior independent schools at Tudor Hall (Bloxham), Bloxham and Stowe Public Schools with bus services to schools in Oxford.Market towns of Banbury and Brackley provide a full range of shopping requirements with Oxford within easy reach for further specialist and cultural activities.Convenient access to M40 (J11, Banbury) and J10 (Ardley). Train services from Banbury and Bicester to London (Marylebone) and to the North. Services also from Kings Sutton.Sporting activities in the area include a sports field with tennis courts in the village; squash and tennis club at Adderbury; golf courses on the edge of Adderbury and at Tadmarton Heath; horse racing at Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon; motor racing at Silverstone; Soho Farmhouse at Great Tew.DescriptionSubstantial country property in a lovely rural setting.Well-presented modern house of stone construction under a reconstituted stone tiled roof.Excellent ground floor accommodation for those who wish to entertain, particularly with the expectant generous kitchen and breakfast room, fully fitted with four oven Aga, island unit, space for the breakfast table and sofas, all ideal for informal dining. In addition thee sliding doors opening out to the garden to the south allowing you to spill out into the garden on summer days. Here there is potential to extend further subject to the relevant consents.For those with large families then the idea of a pantry, a boot room, utility room and cloaks/shower room will certainly appeal.This lovely home offers so many modern features including open fireplaces with wood burning stoves, flagstone floors, generous ceiling heights, double glazing and plenty of natural light.From the central dining hall stairs rise to extensive bedroom accommodation on the 1st floor. Many of the rooms have ample wardrobes and storage (a hint back to the modern era) and bath/shower rooms, all fitted with white suites.Useful second floor attic rooms with plenty of natural light and offering potential for alteration to a play room, further bedroom accommodation or au pair flat, subject to the relevant consents.Versatile accommodation offered by useful detached two bedroom annexe with double glazing, useful basement storage, parking to front and area of garden to rear.Newly constructed garage block with four bay parking spaces and office over with shower and kitchenette.For the equestrian fraternity, there are extensive facilities comprising an American barn with twelve boxes, more traditional stable block with eight boxes, tack room and hay store. 60m x 30m ménage. Ample concrete yard for parking and turning plus space for horse lorry, etc.Post-and-rail and watered paddock grazing of about 6.75 acres.Spinney with various mature hard and soft wood trees.Enviable rural position set down a private partly shared driveway.Far reaching views to the south over your land and countryside beyond.In all about 11 acres.Square Footage: 4770 sq ftAcreage: 11 AcresDirectionsFrom Banbury take the A4260 south towards Oxford. In Adderbury take the turn left signposted to Aynho (B4100). Follow the road through Aynho and head out of the village towards Souldern. At the sharp right hand bend. Go straight on signposted Croughton. Follow this road for about half a mile and the driveway to Aynho Fields can be found on the right. Follow the drive right to the end where you can park in the stable yard to the front of the house.
Magnificent and well presented village house with detached cottage offering versatile living, all set in extensive, mature gardens.LocationAdderbury is a particularly sought-after village just south of the market town of Banbury, comprising a selection of large ironstone houses and thatched cottages.Excellent local facilities include a hairdresser, post office, village shop, tennis club and a number of public houses and a fine fourteenth century church.The nearby market town of Banbury offers retail, sporting and leisure facilities.Local education includes a primary school in the village and the Warriner Comprehensive in Bloxham. Prep schools are St Johns Priory (Banbury) and Carrdus (Overthorpe). Independent schools; Bloxham (Co-ed), Tudor Hall (girls) and Sibford (Co-ed) private schools. There are two private bus services, one for Warwick School and another for Oxford schools.Fast train services from Bicester and Banbury to London/Marylebone, (about 45 and 56 minutes respectively).M40 connections at junction 11 (Banbury), for the north (about 5 miles) and junction 10 (Ardley) for the south (about 7.5 miles).Leisure and sporting activities in the area include an excellent squash and tennis club in the village; Soho Farmhouse at Great Tew (10 miles); Daylesford organic farm shop and spa at Daylesford (19 miles); golf on the edge of the village and at Tadmarton Heath; horse racing at Warwick, Stratford and Cheltenham; motor racing at Silverstone; polo at Kirtlington; Bannatyne's Health Club in Bodicote; theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Chipping Norton; a multitude of cultural activities in Oxford.DescriptionLying in a Conservation Area, Court End is a magnificent detached village house of 17th Century origins with later additions.The property is of ironstone construction under a pitch tile roof with an unassuming façade that belies the splendour of the imposing rear, southerly aspect.First renovated by the renowned architect Sir Clough William Ellis in 1930, Court End has recently undergone further refurbishment and improvement to provide what is now an exquisite modern house amongst its age and architecture. There has been extreme attention to detail, including the installation of high-quality kitchen and bathroom fittings together with upgrading of electrics, heating and new flooring. And yet the property still retains an array of period features including mullion leaded light windows, exposed timbers, open fireplaces, window seats, solid wooden floors and a studded oak front door.This elegant house with high ceilings and well-proportioned reception rooms offers both formality and fantastic family space.The well-fitted kitchen and breakfast/living room is light and airy, ideal for family and informal dining. It is equipped with modern appliances including a dual oven and grill, steam oven, microwave, coffee machine (all Miele) and three dishwashers. The central island houses a five-burner gas hob and a breakfast bar.A hallway connects the kitchen to a paved terrace overlooking the garden and croquet lawn for relaxed outdoor entertaining.The drawing room and dining room have glorious aspects across the gardens to the south as well as providing access onto the paved entertaining terrace. For winter evenings there is a delightful snug with gas stove.The l-shaped drawing room has a hardwood floor, open fireplace with Cotswold stone surround. The potential exists to add an orangery on the site of what was once a former chapel (subject to the relevant consents).The well-proportioned, dual aspect dining room has a wooden floor, Cotswold stone fireplace with inset coal-affected gas fire.The reception hall has an 'Arts and Crafts' style stone inglenook fireplace within inset herringbone brick lining with exposed beams, window seats and wooden floor. This great space really gives you a sense of arrival.There is a useful cellar with reasonable head height, suitable for storage and wine.On the first floor, all bedrooms are well proportioned. A few steps up from the main landing lead to an impressive principal bedroom with views over the garden. The bedroom has been fitted with an abundance of wardrobes and storage, plus an additional dressing area, large en suite bathroom with shower, bath and twin washbasins.These proportions are replicated at the end of the house with a large guest suite offering a south facing bedroom and generous bath/shower room. A sizeable storage space is accessible from the bathroom.Three further first floor bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, are well presented and each has built in wardrobes.On the second floor and approached via the secondary staircase is a self-contained flat with kitchenette, large shower room and sitting room/office space.To the outside, the house has an understated grandeur with the approach via a gravel drive. On entering through solid timber, automatic gates, the privacy afforded by Court End is palpable.Adjacent to the main house is a former barn, recently converted to a delightful, detached cottage providing a generous sitting room, fitted kitchen, ground floor bedroom with en suite shower and a further double bedroom and en suite bathroom above. This has been fitted to an extremely high standard and would be ideal for dependent relatives, visiting guests or income streams. Beyond is a double garage with loft storage.The gardens have been carefully landscaped and are a real delight. The south-facing terrace is framed by well stocked borders, espaliered lime trees, climbing roses and wisteria. There is a magnificent copper beech and a cedar of Lebanon at the edge of the croquet lawn and a ha-ha separates the formal garden from the orchard which boasts a range of apple trees. A row of espaliered fruit trees divides the orchard from a productive vegetable garden including fruit cages, a garden store and greenhouse.Fed from the roof of the main house, a 40,000 litre underground rainwater storage tank provides for extra water over the summer months.There is ample parking to the side and rear with additional parking on a hard standing/grassed area.As well as enjoying all the advantages of a well serviced community, this garden offers the serenity and privacy of a rural retreat.Square Footage: 6308 sq ftAcreage: 1.7 AcresDirectionsFrom Banbury, take the A4260 southwards towards Oxford. On the edge of Adderbury, just beyond the traffic lights, turn right at the green signposted to West Adderbury. Continue through the village and around the sharp right hand bend into Water Lane/Cross Hill Road where the road continues over a bridge and up a slight incline. At the sharp left-hand bend, bear slightly right into Manor Road. Proceed down Manor Road for about 150 yards where the entrance to Court End can be found on the left-hand side.
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