- Detached House
Our clients have lived for over 30 years in this wonderful family home which enjoys an enviable spot in the desirable village of Sutton.
The spacious accommodation is filled with natural light and the dual aspect sitting room offers a fabulous central wood burning stove and opening doors to the garden. The well-appointed kitchen has a wide range of units and space for table and chairs. A dining room for more formal occasions is also dual aspect and the sunny conservatory overlooks the well-tended gardens. The shower room, utility, hall and porch offer useful additional space. There are five bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study and two bathrooms on the first floor which complete this fabulous picture.
The generous gardens host a variety of plants, shrubs and trees and are enclosed offering a superb space for outside entertaining. The front garden has ample off-street parking on a gravel drive with mature trees and good size garden shed. Further benefits include solar panels with a battery and a car charging point.
Beautiful countryside views can be enjoyed from the conservatory and garden and coupled with the delightful location make this an exceptional home which deserves to be viewed by those seeking something special.
NB Pursuant to Section 21 of the 1979 Estate Agents Act, we would advise all prospective purchasers that the client of this property is connected to an employee in the Witney office.
Council Tax Band F - £2,844.99
Sutton is an attractive rural hamlet about six miles from Witney, sharing facilities with its larger close neighbour Stanton Harcourt. The majority of the community is located in Sutton Lane (a good mix of property styles and ages), a quiet no through road, with more property scattered along the B4449. Local amenities include St. Michaels C of E Church, Methodist Chapel, primary school, village shop, and a Post Office outreach service. The Harcourt Arms gastro pub/restaurant is very popular and always busy. This is an ideal area for country walks with a wide network of public footpaths and the Thames is a very pleasant walk away. Rail connections are via Long Hanborough and Charlbury (London Paddington) or Oxford Parkway (London Marylebone).