The Green North, Warborough | 4 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 4 Receptions | Offers in Excess of, £895,000
A delightful Grade II listed stone cottage in the heart of this sought after village with a secluded, east, southeast facing ‘alpine’ style garden and a gated driveway. Formerly a pub and now converted into a lovely family home it has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms and a 22’ kitchen/breakfast room. Period details abound with exposed beams and timbers, a brick inglenook fireplace along with further fireplaces and wood stoves. Outside there is a detached timber studio with a mezzanine level and shower room.
A delightful Grade II listed stone cottage in the heart of this sought after village with a secluded, east, southeast facing ‘alpine’ style garden and a gated driveway. Formerly a pub and now converted into a lovely family home it has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms and a 22’ kitchen/breakfast room. Period details abound with exposed beams and timbers, a brick inglenook fireplace along with further fireplaces and wood stoves.
Outside there is a detached timber studio with a mezzanine level and shower room. In an idyllic position away from the main road it is close to the village shop, pub and green.
Warborough and Shillingford
The village green is focal point of the highly sought after parish of Warborough which consists of the two villages of Warborough and Shillingford. Used throughout the year for football and cricket, the village green is also home to the annual Warborough and Shillingford Festival, three days of entertainment for all the family that also raises money for local good causes. The green is also used for car boot sales during the summer months and has appeared on television several times in the popular detective series, Midsomer Murders.
Situated just nine miles from Oxford and less than two miles from the market town of Wallingford, Warborough and Shillingford are popular villages with both families and commuters. Warborough Primary School was rated good in its latest Ofsted report (May 2013) and there is also a pre-school. Local amenities include a village store and post office, two village halls, two public houses - one in Warborough and one in Shillingford. The Shillingford Bridge Hotel is located on a beautiful stretch of the River Thames and has an outdoor swimming pool which is open to members of the public.
There is a great community spirit between the two villages and a number of clubs exist in the parish including a photography soceity, cricket club, WI group and short mat bowls club. There are also two tennis courts in the village and two children's play areas.
Entrance Hall: Down lighters.
Dining Room: 16’6 x 12’ max. Fireplace with wood surround, cast iron inset and slate hearth. Fitted pine French dresser, window to the front, wood floor, ceiling beam, spotlights.
Sitting Room: 23’ x 12’6 A double aspect room with a brick inglenook fireplace with wood stove. Beamed ceiling and wall timbers, 2 radiators.
Lobby: Down lighter.
Cloakroom: White 2-piece suite, radiator, down lighter.
Study: 9’6 x 7’3 Front aspect.
Family Room: 17’1 x 14’1 A charming room with a wood floor, beams and a fireplace with wood stove and stone hearth. 2 radiators, spotlights.
Rear Lobby: Door to rear, stairs to landing, cupboards below, side window.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 22’6 x 10’7 Triple aspect and fitted with a range of storage units with wood worktops, Belfast sink, down lighters, Rangemaster cooker, dishwasher, appliance space. Tiled floor, radiator, gas boiler.
Stairs to Galleried Landing: 3 windows, down lighters and radiator.
Bedroom 1: 15’3 x 11’2 View of the church, down lighters, radiator and linen cupboard.
Bathroom: White 3-piece suite incl. freestanding bath, tiled floor, down lighters, radiator, window.
Bedroom 2: 15’6 x 13’11 Double aspect, wall timbers, 2 radiators, down lighters.
Bedroom 3: 13’4 x 10’11 Front aspect, radiator, wall timbers, down lighters.
Door to Inner Landing: Radiator, window, beams and down lighters.
Bedroom 4: 12’8 x 11’4 Double aspect, radiator, wardrobes flanking chimneybreast.
Bathroom 2: White 3-piece suite, tiled floor, window, radiator and down lighters.
The property is approached via a gated gravel drive with ample parking/turning space.
There is a full width paved terrace across the front of the house with a low stone wall and open way to the drive and abutting the ‘Alpine’ style garden.
Timber Studio: 17’11 x 14’3 Beamed and vaulted ceiling with stairs to a mezzanine level with velux window. Kitchenette with cupboards, a sink and appliance space. Shower room.