North Street, Middle Barton, Chipping Norton
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Super Quality Finish
- Delightful Rear Gardens
- Kitchen With Vaulted Ceiling
- Two Reception Rooms
- Flexible Accommodation
- Two En-Suite Bathrooms
- Converted Garage/Large Utility Room
- Village Location
Property SummaryA charming, well presented stone-built period cottage with three double bedrooms and a delightful secluded rear garden in the heart of the Oxfordshire village of Middle Barton
Set back from the road and enjoying a particularly private garden this cottage is a gem of a property, with an abundance of character features and a high standard of fittings throughout.
Leading off the entrance hallway is the sitting room, with a stunning brick-built Inglenook fireplace and French doors to the garden it is the perfect room for both family gatherings and cosy evenings in front of the fire.
The vaulted kitchen has been upgraded by the current owners to the highest of specification and has a generous number of floor and eye-level units that are tastefully complemented by granite work surfaces.
The conservatory offers a lovely space to enjoy a morning cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the evening whilst taking in the view over the pretty rear garden.
The dining room is accessed from both the kitchen and sitting room, making it ideal for both casual and formal entertaining.
To the front of the property is a further reception room that could lend itself to being utilised for a number of purposes, such as a study, family room, or fourth bedroom.
There is access to the original garage from the hallway and the current sellers have converted it to provide a really useful utility/storage room.
A wet room on the ground floor is perfect for those that need a bedroom on this level and supports the flexibility of the accommodation in this lovely cottage.
The first floor has three double bedrooms, two of which boast en-suites.
The master bedroom has a super number of fitted wardrobes and overlooks the rear garden.
The third bedroom has been utilised as a study by the current sellers, but the fitted wardrobes carefully disguise a pull-out double bed, which is perfect for guests or a teenager.
Outside the garden is deceptively large, mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs, and flower beds along with plenty of space for al-fresco dining and BBQ's it is perfect for enjoying long summer evenings.
The popular village of Middle Barton is ideally situated to the north of Oxford within easy reach of Charlbury, Bicester North, Bicester Village, Lower Heyford, and the new Oxford Parkway railway stations for access into Oxford and London.
The village benefits from good local facilities including a thriving primary school which is the hub of the community, two churches, a pub, and a general store with a post office and cafe.
There is also a Sports and Social Club with excellent facilities - tennis courts, a football pitch and an excellent playground for children. Kirtlington polo ground is a relatively short distance away and Soho Farmhouse, the exclusive members-only club, is in Great Tew.
Middle Barton is situated only a short distance from Oxford, Bicester, and Banbury offering a greater variety of shopping facilities.