An exceptional wing of a Grade II* listed Elizabethan Manor House built around 1575, refurbished and presented to the highest standards throughout, set in communal grounds of approximately six acres in the heart of the desirable village of Brill.
An opportunity to purchase a stunning home with accommodation arranged over three floors that offers flexible living to suit modern family needs.
The property is approached via a sweeping gravel driveway, which provides parking for several vehicles.
The large entrance hallway is currently used as a family room, but would also lend itself to being a formal dining room. With original features in abundance including an impressive staircase, this beautiful room sets the tone for what is to follow throughout the property.
There is also access to the cellar just off the family room, which provides useful storage.
The kitchen/dining room, which is open plan to the sitting room is, without doubt, the "hub" of this outstanding period home and enjoys views over the landscaped rear gardens.
Fitted with a generous number of floor and eye-level units from Hunts Bespoke Kitchens in Bloxham, and an AGA all complemented by a combination of granite and solid wood work-surfaces there is plenty to satisfy the aspiring chef.
With lots of room for a dining table and chairs, it is the perfect area for both casual and formal entertaining.
The sitting room has a large stone Inglenook fireplace setting the scene for cosy winter evenings.
A utility room with access to the garden and a W.C completes the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor, the principal bedroom with en-suite shower room has high ceilings and original pannelling.
The second bedroom to the rear is dual aspect with views over the stunning rear garden and fields to the left. The current vendors have utilised it as a second reception room. A third bedroom and a family bathroom, with bath and separate shower complete the first floor.
The second floor has two further bedrooms, one with access to a large storage area and a shower room.
Outside the property, there is a communal formal garden, a wrought iron gate leads you to the tennis court and down to the wood with a pond, a path leads you from there straight on to the common. There is also a kitchen garden where the residents have individual vegetable/fruit plots.
The village of Brill sits atop an enviable location, approximately 400 feet above the surrounding countryside, the majority of this land is a combination of common land as well as the last part of the ancient Bernwood Forest, and historic Brill windmill. The village has two convenience stores incorporating newsagent, post office and off-license, a GP's surgery, and two gastro pubs with accommodation.
More extensive facilities are available in Thame, Oxford, Aylesbury and Bicester. The M40 is about fifteen minutes by car, providing excellent access to the M25, Heathrow airport, London and the M4. Train services to London run from Haddenham, Bicester North Station and Bicester Village station (London Marylebone in approximately forty-five minutes).
Buckinghamshire is particularly renowned for its state and private education with the state school system having retained the selective (Grammar) secondary schools, with the local Co-Ed prep school Ashfold and Brill school, of particular note.
Bicester is an historic market centre and one of the fastest growing towns in Oxfordshire, with a wide range of local and national shops together with cafes, pubs, restaurants, weekly markets and an occasional French market. Bicester village with 170 luxury boutiques is a dream destination for designer shopping.