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Ledwell - £875,000

PUBLISHED: 15:49 17 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:30 20 February 2013

Ledwell - £875,000

Ledwell - £875,000

With a beautiful Queen Anne facade and nestled in this idyllic conservation village, Manor Farm House is a Grade II Listed stone built property, dating back to the early 18th century.


Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 7AN

  • GII farmhouse + cottage

  • 3 reception rooms

  • 7 bedrooms

  • 5 bath/shower rooms

  • Courtyard garden

  • Two single garages

With a beautiful Queen Anne facade and nestled in this idyllic conservation village, Manor Farm House is a Grade II Listed stone built property, dating back to the early 18th century.

With high ceilings throughout, and period features in abundance, the entrance hall, with slate tile floor opens to the first of the two reception rooms.
Drawing room, with sash windows to the front, epitomises country charm with exposed wood flooring, an open fireplace and exposed ceiling beams.
Replicating its style, the dining room, with large inglenook open fireplace with flagstone hearth, original bread oven, limestone tile flooring and exposed ceiling beams.
Traditional of any farmhouse, the kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the home, with views to the front of the property.
Combining elegance and simplicity, the kitchen, with oak flooring with under floor heating, is fitted with a range of bespoke base and wall cupboards with granite and wood worktops, Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher and space for a range cooker and fridge/freezer, with space for a large dining table.
Accessible by two staircases, the first floor accommodation comprises three bedrooms, each with the original fireplaces, and two family bath/shower rooms. Offering flexibility in its use, bedroom 2 offers a walk in-wardrobe which then leads through to the second family bathroom.
Further accommodation available on the second floor with a principal bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, and a further bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom.
Currently integral, but offering scope to be split from the main house, The Dairy comprises a two-bedroom cottage, with separate entrance hall from the main house.
Used by the current clients as additional accommodation to the main house, the space offers an additional dual aspect living room, with wood burning stove and French doors to the garden.
With oak flooring throughout, a kitchen with a range of fitted base cupboards with granite work tops.
First floor accommodation comprises two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Externally the property benefits from a walled courtyard garden with an original well, raised planters and a defined patio area with pergola over.
Ample off road parking available with two garages and an additional parking space accessible via wooden gates.

Guide Price: 875,000

Savills Banbury, South Bar, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 9AE, tel: 01295 228 000,


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