Situated in a green belt area of the village, Manor Farmhouse is an imposing Victorian property dating to 1889 and originally a farmstead owned by Magdalen College, Oxford. Constructed of stone beneath a slate roof, the property has been extensively renovated and extended by the current owners. Works include re-roofing, re-wiring, re-plumbing and new boiler. Although not listed, Manor Farmhouse retains many period features such as high ceilings, picture rails and original fireplaces and, combined with open spaces and modern comforts, the property is ideal for today's family living. A pretty stone porch opens to the reception hall. The sitting room, with high ceilings, has a large bay window and open fireplace. A second reception room is currently used as a playroom, but could alternatively be a study or family room. The heart of the home is the recently created open plan kitchen/ dining/sitting area. With French limestone floors, oak and silestone work tops. Integrated appliances include: Siemens induction hob, oven, coffee machine, warming draw, microwave, dishwasher, wine fridge and AEG fridge freezer. In the dining area there is a wood burning stove and the sitting area benefits from large bi-fold doors opening to a terrace area. The utility room/boot room has a rear door to the garden, ideal for dogs and muddy wellies. On the first floor the principal bedroom has an original feature ornamental fireplace and bay window. The en suite, with vanity unit and large shower, leads to a walk in dressing room with ample wardrobe space. There are two further bedrooms on the first floor, one en suite and a family bathroom with stone resin roll top bath, bespoke vanity unit with twin sinks and walk in shower. On the second floor are 3 further bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom. Outside, the property is approached though a five bar gate on to a gravel parking area to the side and a foot path leads to the front door. Gardens to the front are lawned with a side gate to the rear garden. There is a detached double garage which, part timber clad, with a slate roof also provides ancillary accommodation comprising a ground floor kitchenette area and shower room with a sitting room and bedroom on the first floor. The area could alternatively be used as a home office depending on needs. Enclosed gardens to the side and rear are level and mainly laid to lawn, ideal for children's play area and offering scope for further landscaping or fruit and vegetable gardens as desired.
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