A grade II listed 4-bedroom country home which has been meticulously and comprehensively refurbished by C.E Gilbert & Son. This exceptional character property is centrally located in the village of Middle Barton, Chipping Norton and would make a wonderful principal home or desirable weekend retreat.
Old Granary House is a striking barn conversion located at Irons Court; an exclusive enclave of just nine quintessential Cotswold stone properties which include a grade II listed farmhouse, converted barns and sympathetically designed newly built homes.
The house, which extends to approximately 2,112 sq ft (196 sq m) is arranged over just two floors giving a perfect balance of living and sleeping accommodation.
The ground floor of Old Granary House offers exceptional open plan living space, which has been perfectly zoned into living, dining and kitchen areas. It extends to over 50 ft (15.5m) in length and features oak beams, a centrally mounted log burner and a striking feature staircase. The kitchen is finished with bespoke shaker cabinetry and benefits from a separate utility room. There is also a second, triple aspect reception room with a vaulted ceiling and bifold doors which lead out onto a wonderful garden terrace.
There are four good size double bedrooms upstairs. The master bedroom benefits from a luxurious en-suite bath/shower room, whilst the three remaining bedrooms share a very well-appointed bathroom.
The south facing garden includes a newly laid Cotswold dry stone wall and is mainly laid to lawn with limestone pathways and garden terrace. There is also off-street parking for several vehicles.
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Middle Barton is an English village on the outskirts of Chipping Norton, in the picturesque county of Oxfordshire. It lies approximately 7 miles north of the town of Woodstock, 16 miles north-west of Oxford and 73 miles north-west of London.
Middle Barton features its own village shop and post office, as well as The Fox Inn; a classic English country pub, meaning both ''country village' essentials are both present and correct.
An abundance of famous names can be found within easy reach of Middle Barton, including Oxford, Bicester and Banbury, meaning you are always within easy reach of exceptional culture, shopping and entertainment.
For families, the area offers a fine selection of educational establishments in both the state and private sectors.
Middle Barton is also very well connected and served by transport, offering easy access to the M40 motorway, a local bus network and Heyford railway station which is approximately 3 miles away.
Council Tax Band: (Under construction); yet to be rated