Mill Lane, Chalgrove | Price Guide, £700,000


A beautifully presented converted stable, totally renovated by the current owners to a very high standard. Accommodation benefits a spacious kitchen/dining room leading to a garden room, living room and cloakroom to the ground floor. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside the barn studio offers additional versatile living space/4th bedroom with ensuite shower and could be adapted to offer a self-contained annexe. The secluded west facing courtyard garden is beautifully landscaped with a paved terrace, manicured lawn and mature planted borders approached via an electric gated gravel driveway, parking for several cars and a garage.

One of the larger villages in South Oxfordshire, Chalgrove has a thriving High Street featuring a community primary school, a village store and post office, a greengrocers/florist, pharmacy, paper shop, a traditional public house and a small brook complete with ducks that runs the entire length of the road.

There are two further public houses in the village and a large recreation ground that has a skate park, children's play area, football pitches, tennis courts and outdoor fitness equipment.

The twelfth century church is the oldest building in the village followed by the fourteenth century Chalgrove Manor which has featured in episodes of Midsomer Murders.

The village has a thriving community with clubs and societies for every age and interest including Scouts, Cubs, Guides and Brownies, a youth club, football, netball, cricket and tennis clubs, a scrabble club, a book group, Age Concern, the Royal British Legion, parent and toddler club, wildlife and conservation society, walking group, dancing club, flower society and Tai Chi club.

Two festivals including the Village Festival and Music Festival are held every year and the community also organises an annual 10km run.

The village also enjoys excellent communication links. It is just three miles from Watlington, six miles from Junction 6 of the M40 and just over seven miles from Junction 7/8 of the M40. 

 

 

A beautifully presented converted stable, totally renovated by the current owners to a very high standard.
Accommodation benefits a spacious kitchen/dining room leading to a garden room, living room and cloakroom to the ground floor. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a bathroom.

Outside the barn studio offers additional versatile living space/4th bedroom with ensuite shower and could be adapted to offer a self-contained annexe. The secluded west facing courtyard garden is beautifully landscaped with a paved terrace, manicured lawn and mature planted borders approached via an electric gated gravel driveway, parking for several cars and a garage.

One of the larger villages in South Oxfordshire, Chalgrove has a thriving High Street featuring a community primary school, a village store and post office, a greengrocers/florist, pharmacy, paper shop, a traditional public house and a small brook complete with ducks that runs the entire length of the road.

There are two further public houses in the village and a large recreation ground that has a skate park, children's play area, football pitches, tennis courts and outdoor fitness equipment.

The twelfth century church is the oldest building in the village followed by the fourteenth century Chalgrove Manor which has featured in episodes of Midsomer Murders.

The village has a thriving community with clubs and societies for every age and interest including Scouts, Cubs, Guides and Brownies, a youth club, football, netball, cricket and tennis clubs, a scrabble club, a book group, Age Concern, the Royal British Legion, parent and toddler club, wildlife and conservation society, walking group, dancing club, flower society and Tai Chi club.

Two festivals including the Village Festival and Music Festival are held every year and the community also organises an annual 10km run.

The village also enjoys excellent communication links. It is just three miles from Watlington, six miles from Junction 6 of the M40 and just over seven miles from Junction 7/8 of the M40. 

Tenure - Freehold  Council Tax Band: E

The property has gas central heating to radiators and double glazing throughout.

Accommodation

Entrance Hall: 18’4 x 6’5 Window to garden, wood floor, radiator, entry phone system.

Kitchen/Dining Room: 16’0 x 12’1 Window to front, range of storage units with Corian worktop, Belfast sink, gas-fired AGA and rack above, integrated dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, tiled floor, downlighters. Open to:

Garden Room: 12’3 x 9’3 French doors to garden with glazed sidelights and two further windows, wood floor, radiator, downlighters.

Living Room: 16’0 x 10’4 Double aspect with French doors to garden, log stove on tiled hearth, wood floor.

Cloakroom: White two-piece suite, quarry tiled floor, radiator, boiler.

Stairs to landing: Window to front, ceiling and wall timbers.

Bedroom 1: 16’0 x 11’8 Double aspect, ceiling and wall timbers, scaled ceilings, fitted wardrobes, radiator.

Bedroom 2: 10’5 x 8’1 Window to rear and Velux, ceiling and wall timbers, radiator.

Bedroom 3: Window to front and Velux, ceiling and wall timbers, radiator.

Bathroom: Velux window, white three-piece suite, tiling, ceiling and wall timbers, chrome radiator.

Barn Studio/Bedroom 4: !0’5 x 10’4 Stable door and window to side, wood floor, ceiling timbers, storage cupboard, radiator, loft access, downlighters.

Ensuite Shower Room: White three-piece suite including basin vanity unit, tiling, ceiling timbers, downlighters, radiator.

Outside

The property has a lawned frontage with hedge boundary and is approached via an electric gated gravel driveway with parking for several cars leading to a garage.

Garage: Electric up and over door, light and power, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, radiator, eaves storage.

The rear courtyard garden is beautifully landscaped with a paved pathway and patio area flanked with manicured lawn and well stocked flower beds, brick wall and timber fence boundary. A gate leads to the front door and access to the rear leading to the Barn Studio and driveway.

Floorplan for Mill Lane, Chalgrove
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