5 Bedroom Detached House for sale in High Street, Filkins, Oxfordshire

5 Bedroom Detached House - £995,000

High Street, Filkins, Oxfordshire

First listed on: 17th June 2020

Nearest stations: Combe (Oxfordshire) (5.8 mi)Hanborough (5.8 mi)Heyford (5.8 mi)Shipton (9.4 mi)Ascott-under-Wychwood (9.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • Recently Restored - Modernised
  • Bespoke Handmade Kitchen
  • Drawing - Dining Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Breakfast - Garden Room

Property Description

A beautifully presented and recently restored five bedroom Grade II Listed detached house with the potential for flexible annex accommodation situated in the heart of this sought after village. No onward chain.

LOCATION

The Post House is situated in the heart of the sought after village of Filkins. The village lies on the Gloucestershire / Oxfordshire border, close to Lechlade (3 miles) and Burford (5 miles), two historic market towns in the Cotswolds. Both provide excellent amenities. Filkins has a popular public house, The Five Alls. There is also an outdoor swimming pool, which is managed by the Filkins Swimming Club and is open from May to September. Other amenities include a village shop, post office and bowls club. A large 18th Century barn is the premises of Cotswold Woollen Weavers. Filkins has a theatre club, whilst the former village school is now a pre-school nursery. There is a Church of England parish church of Saint Peter. .The area's larger commercial centres of Witney (10 miles), Cirencester (16 miles), Oxford (24 miles) and Cheltenham (27 miles) are within easy travelling distance with access to the motorway network via the A40 and the M4 to the south. There are main line rail services to London Paddington (80 minutes) at Charlbury (14 miles), Swindon (18 miles), Kemble (20 miles) and to London Marylebone (70 minutes) at Oxford Parkway (23 miles) and a comprehensive local bus network.

DESCRIPTION

The Post House is a beautifully presented Grade II Listed house dating back to 1741. The property has undergone an extensive recent renovation, including the incorporation of the stable block, which dates back to 1838. .The house comprises a drawing - dining room, kitchen, utility room, shower room and sitting room on the ground floor, whilst upstairs there is the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. .The stable conversion comprises a breakfast - garden room, snug - office and shower room on the ground floor, whilst upstairs there are two double bedrooms. The stable conversion is attached to the house having been completed in June 2019. .There is garden to the front of the property, which also provides ample off road parking. The principal garden is to the side of the property, which enjoys a secluded west facing aspect.

Approach

Oak front door. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating leading to:

Drawing - Dining Room

Continuation of limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Cast iron wood burning stove set into recessed fireplace with stone outer surround and hearth. Exposed timber beams. Double glazed windows with timber framed shutters and window seat to the front elevation. Single glazed sash windows with timber framed shutters to the rear elevation. Elm spiral stairs leading to first floor landing. Open doorway leading to:

Kitchen

Bespoke handmade kitchen with range of built-in cupboards and drawers below. Silestone work surfaces. Belfast sink unit with mixer tap and splashback. Electric Aga with double ovens and six ring electric hob with extractor over. Miele dishwasher. Partly tiled walls. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Double glazed windows to the side garden. Open doorway leading to:

Hallway

Continuation of the limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Double glazed windows to the rear elevation. Access to loft roof space. Oak door to:

Utility Room

Hotpoint fridge freezer. Zanussi washing machine. Grant oil fired boiler. Timber panels housing the heating system controls and pipework. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. From the hallway, oak door to:

Shower Room

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin. Shower cubicle and wall mounted shower. Chrome heated towel rail. Tiled walls. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Double glazed window to the side garden. From the hallway, steps rise to oak door, leading to:

Sitting Room

Double glazed French doors and windows to the side garden. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. From the kitchen, oak timber stairs rise to:

First Floor Landing

Elm timber flooring. Built in oak timber storage cupboards. Exposed timber beams. Double glazed window to the side garden. Oak door to:

Family Bathroom

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin. Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Exposed timber beams. Chrome heated towel rail. Tiled flooring. Tiled walls. Double glazed window to the side garden. From the first floor landing, oak door to:

Bedroom 3

Built in wardrobe. Double glazed window with timber framed shutters and window seat to the front elevation. From the first floor landing, oak door to:

Bedroom 2

Built in wardrobe. Double glazed window with timber framed shutters and window seat to the front elevation. Exposed timber beam. From the first floor landing, elm spiral stairs rise to:

Master Bedroom

Exposed timber beams. Built in oak drawers. Single glazed dormer window with timber framed shutters to the front elevation. Oak door to:

En Suite Master Bathroom

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin. Shower cubicle and wall mounted shower. Chrome heated towel rail. Partly tiled walls. Tiled flooring. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Exposed timber beams. Built-in wardrobe and storage with elm sliding doors. Single glazed dormer window with timber framed shutters to the front elevation.

Breakfast - Garden Room

Recently converted area leading into the stable conversion. Double glazed French doors and windows to the side garden. Double glazed lantern window. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Oak door to the front elevation. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Open doorway to:

Snug - Office

Double glazed window with timber framed shutters to the front elevation. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Wood burning stove. Double glazed windows to the side garden. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Oak door to:

Shower Room

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Shower cubicle and wall mounted shower. Heated towel rail. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Double glazed window to the side garden. From the snug - office, oak timber stairs rise to:

First Floor Landing

Oak timber flooring. Double glazed windows to the side garden. Oak door to:

Bedroom 4

Oak timber flooring. Storage cupboard housing the Hyco hot water tank. Double glazed windows to the side garden. From the first floor landing, oak door to:

Bedroom 5

Oak timber flooring. Double glazed windows to the front elevation and side garden.

OUTSIDE

The Post House is approached via a private gravelled driveway. There is an area of front garden with an array of mature shrubs and plants, bordered by Cotswold stone walls. The principal garden is to the side of the property, adjacent to the house and stable conversion. West facing paved patio sitting area with lawn and an array of mature shrubs and plants, bordered by Cotswold stone walls and trellis fencing.

SERVICES

Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage. Oil fired central heating.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

West Oxfordshire District Council, Elmfield, New Yatt Road, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 1PB. Telephone: 01993 861000

COUNCIL TAX

Band 'E' Rate payable for 2020 / 2021 £2359.44

DIRECTIONS

From the Burford office of Tayler & Fletcher, proceed in a southerly direction up The Hill, heading towards the A40. Take the third exit onto the A361 signposted for Lechlade, Faringdon and Cotswold Wildlife Park. Continue along the A361, after approximately four and a half miles take the left hand turning, signposted Kencot and Filkins. Continue along this road and after approximately mile you will enter the village of Filkins. Proceed through the village, passing Cotswold Woollen Weavers on the right hand side. The Post House will be found approximately 150 yards further along on the right hand side.

Tayler & Fletcher and any Joint agents for themselves and for the Vendors of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or agent of or consultant to Messrs Tayler & Fletcher has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not to be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. A list of the partners of Tayler & Fletcher LLP is available at each Tayler & Fletcher Office.

A beautifully presented and recently restored five bedroom Grade II Listed detached house with the potential for flexible annex accommodation situated in the heart of this sought after village. No onward chain.

LOCATION

The Post House is situated in the heart of the sought after village of Filkins. The village lies on the Gloucestershire / Oxfordshire border, close to Lechlade (3 miles) and Burford (5 miles), two historic market towns in the Cotswolds. Both provide excellent amenities. Filkins has a popular public house, The Five Alls. There is also an outdoor swimming pool, which is managed by the Filkins Swimming Club and is open from May to September. Other amenities include a village shop, post office and bowls club. A large 18th Century barn is the premises of Cotswold Woollen Weavers. Filkins has a theatre club, whilst the former village school is now a pre-school nursery. There is a Church of England parish church of Saint Peter. .The area's larger commercial centres of Witney (10 miles), Cirencester (16 miles), Oxford (24 miles) and Cheltenham (27 miles) are within easy travelling distance with access to the motorway network via the A40 and the M4 to the south. There are main line rail services to London Paddington (80 minutes) at Charlbury (14 miles), Swindon (18 miles), Kemble (20 miles) and to London Marylebone (70 minutes) at Oxford Parkway (23 miles) and a comprehensive local bus network.

DESCRIPTION

The Post House is a beautifully presented Grade II Listed house dating back to 1741. The property has undergone an extensive recent renovation, including the incorporation of the stable block, which dates back to 1838. .The house comprises a drawing - dining room, kitchen, utility room, shower room and sitting room on the ground floor, whilst upstairs there is the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. .The stable conversion comprises a breakfast - garden room, snug - office and shower room on the ground floor, whilst upstairs there are two double bedrooms. The stable conversion is attached to the house having been completed in June 2019. .There is garden to the front of the property, which also provides ample off road parking. The principal garden is to the side of the property, which enjoys a secluded west facing aspect.

Approach

Oak front door. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating leading to:

Drawing - Dining Room

Continuation of limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Cast iron wood burning stove set into recessed fireplace with stone outer surround and hearth. Exposed timber beams. Double glazed windows with timber framed shutters and window seat to the front elevation. Single glazed sash windows with timber framed shutters to the rear elevation. Elm spiral stairs leading to first floor landing. Open doorway leading to:

Kitchen

Bespoke handmade kitchen with range of built-in cupboards and drawers below. Silestone work surfaces. Belfast sink unit with mixer tap and splashback. Electric Aga with double ovens and six ring electric hob with extractor over. Miele dishwasher. Partly tiled walls. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Double glazed windows to the side garden. Open doorway leading to:

Hallway

Continuation of the limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Double glazed windows to the rear elevation. Access to loft roof space. Oak door to:

Utility Room

Hotpoint fridge freezer. Zanussi washing machine. Grant oil fired boiler. Timber panels housing the heating system controls and pipework. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. From the hallway, oak door to:

Shower Room

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin. Shower cubicle and wall mounted shower. Chrome heated towel rail. Tiled walls. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Double glazed window to the side garden. From the hallway, steps rise to oak door, leading to:

Sitting Room

Double glazed French doors and windows to the side garden. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. From the kitchen, oak timber stairs rise to:

First Floor Landing

Elm timber flooring. Built in oak timber storage cupboards. Exposed timber beams. Double glazed window to the side garden. Oak door to:

Family Bathroom

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin. Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Exposed timber beams. Chrome heated towel rail. Tiled flooring. Tiled walls. Double glazed window to the side garden. From the first floor landing, oak door to:

Bedroom 3

Built in wardrobe. Double glazed window with timber framed shutters and window seat to the front elevation. From the first floor landing, oak door to:

Bedroom 2

Built in wardrobe. Double glazed window with timber framed shutters and window seat to the front elevation. Exposed timber beam. From the first floor landing, elm spiral stairs rise to:

Master Bedroom

Exposed timber beams. Built in oak drawers. Single glazed dormer window with timber framed shutters to the front elevation. Oak door to:

En Suite Master Bathroom

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin. Shower cubicle and wall mounted shower. Chrome heated towel rail. Partly tiled walls. Tiled flooring. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Exposed timber beams. Built-in wardrobe and storage with elm sliding doors. Single glazed dormer window with timber framed shutters to the front elevation.

Breakfast - Garden Room

Recently converted area leading into the stable conversion. Double glazed French doors and windows to the side garden. Double glazed lantern window. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Oak door to the front elevation. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Open doorway to:

Snug - Office

Double glazed window with timber framed shutters to the front elevation. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Wood burning stove. Double glazed windows to the side garden. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Oak door to:

Shower Room

Low level WC with standard cistern, wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Shower cubicle and wall mounted shower. Heated towel rail. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating. Recessed ceiling spotlighting. Double glazed window to the side garden. From the snug - office, oak timber stairs rise to:

First Floor Landing

Oak timber flooring. Double glazed windows to the side garden. Oak door to:

Bedroom 4

Oak timber flooring. Storage cupboard housing the Hyco hot water tank. Double glazed windows to the side garden. From the first floor landing, oak door to:

Bedroom 5

Oak timber flooring. Double glazed windows to the front elevation and side garden.

OUTSIDE

The Post House is approached via a private gravelled driveway. There is an area of front garden with an array of mature shrubs and plants, bordered by Cotswold stone walls. The principal garden is to the side of the property, adjacent to the house and stable conversion. West facing paved patio sitting area with lawn and an array of mature shrubs and plants, bordered by Cotswold stone walls and trellis fencing.

SERVICES

Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage. Oil fired central heating.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

West Oxfordshire District Council, Elmfield, New Yatt Road, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 1PB. Telephone: 01993 861000

COUNCIL TAX

Band 'E' Rate payable for 2020 / 2021 £2359.44

DIRECTIONS

From the Burford office of Tayler & Fletcher, proceed in a southerly direction up The Hill, heading towards the A40. Take the third exit onto the A361 signposted for Lechlade, Faringdon and Cotswold Wildlife Park. Continue along the A361, after approximately four and a half miles take the left hand turning, signposted Kencot and Filkins. Continue along this road and after approximately mile you will enter the village of Filkins. Proceed through the village, passing Cotswold Woollen Weavers on the right hand side. The Post House will be found approximately 150 yards further along on the right hand side.

Tayler & Fletcher and any Joint agents for themselves and for the Vendors of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or agent of or consultant to Messrs Tayler & Fletcher has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not to be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. A list of the partners of Tayler & Fletcher LLP is available at each Tayler & Fletcher Office.

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Providence House,

49 High Street,

Burford

OX18 4QA

Telephone: See phone number 01993 220579

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Providence House,

49 High Street,

Burford

OX18 4QA

Telephone: See phone number 01993 220579

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