Cassington Mill, Cassington, Witney Guide Price £875,000
Rear Side Elevation
A beautifully situated detached former Victorian Granary, converted we believe around 2002, to form a most individual family home with flexible 5 Bedroom accommodation over four floors. The property enjoys a wonderful private and idyllic location close to the river evenlode on a private family estate comprising a small group of properties on the site of the old Cassington Mill. Approached via a private road the property stands in a good-sized plot of around 0.2 of an acre with ample driveway parking, car-ports, and garden on four sides. The accommodation is very adaptable to suit individual needs and includes a Breakfast Kitchen, Conservatory and Laundry Room on the lower ground floor, Sitting Room and Home Office on the upper ground floor, 4 Bedrooms (one en-suite) and a Bathroom on the split-level first floor with Bedroom 5/Family Room on the second floor. The property also benefits from solar and solar PV panels along with oil fired CH. This is certainly a quite unique property in a unique semi-rural setting within easy reach of local amenities, viewing is highly advised.
The village of Cassington lies on the other side of the A40 and boasts 2 pubs, a Primary School, Church and a picturesque village green. The popular village of Eynsham is about a mile distant and can be easily accessed via the A40 or the old Cassington Road on foot or bicycle. Eynsham boasts excellent amenities that include local shops, post office, library, health centre, pubs, primary & Bartholomew secondary school and a regular daily bus service to both Oxford and Witney. There are two mainline Oxford rail stations and a village station in nearby Long Hanborough, all with direct services to London.
At the Cassington traffic lights on the A40 turn on to the old Eynsham Road opposite Cassington village and follow this to the end, turning left into the site of the old Cassington Mill. Continue along the private road and The Granary will be found on your left, beyond Mill Cottage.
Lower Ground Floor
Farmhouse style base and wall units, worktops, Belfast style sink, oil fired 'Stanley' Rayburn for heating, water and cooking, two-ring electric hob, larder cupboard, tiled floor, glazed doors to:-
Sloping roof design, glazed double doors to the garden, tiled floor.
Plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor.
Upper Ground Floor
Attractive timber flooring continuing into Sitting Room and Office, staircase to first and lower ground level.
WC, wash basin.
Windows to front with views towards the river and old mill building, wood-burning stove, brick hearth and chimney breast.
Window to side garden.
On the First Floor
Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder.
Windows to garden, timber flooring, built-in double wardrobe.
White suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal basin, bidet, shower cubicle, WC, tiled floor, window to rear.
Upper First Floor
Access to roof space, timber flooring throughout the majority of the floor.
L-shaped room, windows to front and side.
Windows to front and side.
Window to side, built-in wardrobe.
White suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal basin, WC, tiled floor, window to side.
Timber flooring, eaves storage cupboards, window to rear, skylight, sloping ceiling.
Large, gravelled driveway running alongside the property to car-ports at the rear. Ample parking for several vehicles on two sides of the house. The remainder of garden is mainly laid to lawn and has numerous shrubs and trees along with a patio area. The majority of garden enjoys a south-westerly aspect and fronts onto the private road with the river beyond. An old pigsty underneath the property offers two separate garden storage areas with brick floors, accessed via wooden doors from the garden. AGENT NOTE: We understand the vendor is in the process of purchasing some extra land adjoining the garden, currently housing a chicken run. This will be clearly marked out to identify the land included in the sale. This also applies to a second strip of land at the rear of the car-port. The sellers can provide further details.
We understand the property is connected to mains water but has private septic tank drainage.
West Oxfordshire District Council - Band F.
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- Stunning location on private estate
- Set well back from the road
- 0.2 acre plot
- Ample parking and car-ports
- Converted circa 2002
- Solar panels
- Oil fired CH
- 5 Bedrooms
- Flexible accommodation
- Semi-rural spot close to River Evenlode
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