A detached six bedroom house set in one of Woodstock's most sought-after locations within a short walk of the town centre. This individual 1930s house was built by the Henman family on the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough's land. It boasts Art Deco styling with over 3000 sq.ft of bright and well-proportioned accommodation. This iconic house is set in approx. 0.60 of an acre of country garden and offers ample parking.
With its parquet flooring and detailed balustrade the entrance hall has much character. The large kitchen/dining/family room forms the heart of the home and opens onto an airy conservatory. There is a spacious sitting room with sun room beyond, and a separate study. A further study, utility room and two cloakrooms complete the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor a generous landing leads to six double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room.
The garden wraps entirely around the house and with its large lawns and statuesque trees is a key attraction. A long drive and single garage afford plenty of parking space.
Area Description - 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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