An exceptionally rare opportunity to acquire a substantial, Grade II Listed Georgian town house with a separate cottage, apartment, walled garden, garaging and car parking.
The comparatively unassuming frontage opens onto a hall, with a large drawing room with open fireplace, then opens out into a large inner hall with panelled walls and fine open well staircase. This has access to the cellar, kitchen/breakfast room and dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room is bright and airy with part glass ceiling, ample units and 'Corian' work surfaces. This then leads to a large garden room with an open fire place and a delightful outlook onto the rear garden. The large dining room is a great space for more formal entertaining and a cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
The c.1750 staircase leads to large landings on both upper floors and culminates in a cupola at the top, flooding the centre of the house with natural light. There are principal bedrooms on both upper floors, each with high ceilings, large sash windows and views across town, along with a further bedroom and bathroom on each upper floor.
Outside to the rear is a beautifully kept, and unusually large, well stocked walled garden which leads to the pretty 1 bedroom stone built cottage. Behind the cottage is garaging and ample workshop space and above the garage, a spacious 1 bedroom apartment. All in all, approximately 6836 sq feet of accommodation.
Location - Woodstock is a thriving market town located north west of Oxford and on the edge of Blenheim Palace Estate. Residents benefit from a 'walking pass' for the grounds. The town itself has an active community and a charming centre with a Post Office, churches of several denominations and a wide range of shops, hotels, restaurants and pubs. It has excellent schools/childcare facilities and good access to the well known Oxford schools including St. Edwards, Summer Fields, The Dragon, Oxford High, Headington Girls and Radley. Woodstock is conveniently located for the M40, the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon and Soho Farmhouse is approximately 10 minutes' drive away. There are a variety of commuter options for Oxford, London & the Midlands including regular buses to Oxford Parkway station providing fast (approx 55 mins) trains to London Marylebone.
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