Entrance Hall * Ground floor Bedroom 4/Office/Day Room * Living Room * Country Kitchen-Breakfast Room * Main Bedroom with vaulted ceiling * 2 further Bedrooms * Family Bathroom * Double Glazed Windows * Oil fired central heating * c. 0.5 of an acre Gardens * Gravel driveway for numerous cars * Garden storage shed * Vegetable patch and potting shed/greenhouse * Planning permission for double detached Garage plus workshop + Home Offices/accommodation and bathroom above *
NO CHAIN Rose Barn is in excellent order having been cared for and upgraded over the past 16 years by the current vendors who are moving area with their careers. The Entrance Hall leads to both the useful ground floor Bedroom/Office/Day Room and sizeable Living Room with exposed Cotswold stone, oak beams and flooring. From here access is given to the first floor and the well fitted country Kitchen/Breakfast Room with wall and base units, solid woodwork surfaces, feature fireplace and inset wood-burner. On the first floor a recently re-fitted family Bathroom with white suite together with 3 Bedrooms of which the main Bedroom has an impressive vaulted ceiling with cross beam and exposed Cotswold stone. Outside to the front of the house is the ample gravel driveway with parking for numerous cars, a useful storage shed, a decked patio area and generous lawn with flower beds. There is a thriving vegetable garden with raised beds, potting shed/greenhouse and a variety of shrubs, semi-mature and well-established trees. All set in grounds approaching c. 0.5 of an acre, located with farmland surroundings and within the proximity of Brize Norton airfield which has not been of concern to the current owners in their 16 years residence. Rose Barn has planning permission for a detached oak framed double bay Garage plus workshop with Home Offices/accommodation/storage and bathroom above. (WODC Website – planning – Ref: 20/02392/HHD).
Alvescot is an attractive village on the edge of the Cotswolds and civil parish in West Oxfordshire, England. Alvescot is an attractive village, consisting mainly of period homes, the Church of St Peter dating from the 13th century, a well-regarded primary school (with Ofsted rating “good”), The Plough public house, community tennis court, children's play area and a thriving village community. Local everyday shops in nearby Bampton, Carterton and Burford. Good access to the M40 (J8) near Oxford and M4 (J15) at Swindon and a fast train to London Paddington which takes 59 minutes from Oxford. Also, mainline railway stations at Charlbury, Swindon and Didcot and a regular bus service to Oxford.
Follow Sat Nav postcode OX18 2PZ. The property is found on the edge on the Northern side of the village with the gable end of the House on the road that leads towards Carterton, on the right hand side just by the fork in the road that bears right, signposted Carterton and Burford. Enter via the gated access to the gravel drive at the front of the house.
Council Tax Band F - Information from West Oxfordshire District Council.
By appointment via the vendors agents Abbey Properties on 01993-851881 or email us Bampton@abbeyprops.com
Tenure and Planning
The property is freehold and has planning permission passed from West Oxfordshire District Council for a detached oak framed double bay garage plus workshop with first floor office/accommodation and bathroom above. Ref: 20/02392/HHD for further information.