A Spacious Seven Bedroom Grade II Listed Country Home, set in Peaceful Surroundings In About 0.95 Acres Excluding The Private Drive In A Wonderful Rural Setting.
This is a beautiful Grade II period black and white house with a stunning dual aspect garden room extension. The property, has a wealth of period features such as: exposed beams and Inglenook fireplace, having been lovingly maintained, over the years by the owners.
The accomodation is very versatile. There are seven bedrooms and four bath/shower rooms. The large Master bedroom is dual aspect with an ensuite bathroom and there are five further bedrooms upstairs and one on the ground floor with an ensuite. Of particular note downstairs is the dual aspect garden room which overlooks the front and the rear of the house, with French windows leading to a large walled courtyard with Indian Stone, which backs onto open countryside. The kitchen/breakfast room, with sitting room off it, has bespoke shaker style units under granite worktops and complements the beautiful dining room.
The property sits in a private position in the conservation area of the popular hamlet of Moreton, close to a picturesque duck pond. The gardens and plot are just under 1 acre in size. There are impressive views across open countryside enjoyed from the rear of the house and tennis court. The front overlooks a lawned area with a variety of mature trees and orchard/ vegetables area. There is a gravelled drive with parking for numerous cars, and various outbuildings including, gym/home office, tennis pavillion next to the multi- purpose surfaced tennis court, and a barn with under cover parking. Properties of this calibre rarely come onto the open market.
LPG gas, electricity and water mains, private drainage.
Moreton is a highly desirable village on the borders of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, approximately two miles from the Market town of Thame. There is a Bridle Pathway which leads to the Oxfordshire, Golf Club, which has gym and spa facilities and an International standard golf course. There is also a foot path to Thame which has gastronomic pubs and restaurants, a recreation ground, three sought after primary schools and Lord Williams’. Secondary School. Thame also has a library, and various churches. The M40 is within easy travelling distance for access to London, Birmingham and the Northern networks. Nearby Haddenham and Thame railway station provides access to London Marylebone in approximately 37 minutes (fast train).The property comprises the following with all dimensions being approximate only. Please note that Reaston Brown has not tested appliances or systems and no warranty as to condition or suitability is confirmed or implied. Any prospective purchaser is advised to obtain verification from their Surveyor or Solicitor.