Mill Street, Kidlington, OX5

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
A handsome Grade II Listed former farmhouse with detached stone built annex set discreetly in the heart of Old Kidlington.

Approached by a private tree lined driveway and set well back from Mill Street, Hazelwood is a substantial and charming house dating back to the 18th Century. Built from course limestone under a Stonesfield slate roof and with original fireplaces, exposed timbers and window seats, the house is arranged to provide charming and well proportioned accommodation over three floors. An entrance hall leads to a spacious sitting room with an inglenook fireplace, and a study off. There is a rear hallway beyond that leads to a dining room with a sun room beyond, a WC and a well appointed kitchen leading to a spacious conservatory via French doors and out to the rear garden. The first floor comprises three bedrooms. There is a spacious main bedroom with en suite and dual aspect to front and rear gardens and a range of built in wardrobes, further two bedrooms and a family bathroom. A staircase leads to the top floor which comprises another three rooms within the eaves with dormer windows looking out to the front.

The annexe is of stone construction and was converted from a former stable block into a one bedroom self contained accommodation featuring a kitchen, living room and conservatory, and a bedroom and bathroom. The garden and grounds are most noteworthy providing private enclosed formal gardens with lawns to both the front and the rear with well stocked herbaceous borders. There is a pond at the front and a range of mature fruit trees. A private gravel drive stretches from Mill Street to the property and shares access to two other properties. There are a pair of iron gates at the entrance of Hazelwood leading to a driveway for several cars.

Cherwell District Council. Tax Band G.

The property is located in Old Kidlington, and is a short walk from the river meadows of the Cherwell, with footpaths and byways leading to surrounding villages and beyond. Hampton Poyle and The Bell public house are within one and a half miles on foot. The main retail and amenity area of Kidlington is less than half a mile away with a wide range of shops, supermarkets and both primary and secondary schools. A further range of excellent schools can also be found in Oxford and Woodstock. Bicester and the M40 (Jct 9) are within ten miles and the A34 is accessed from Peartree Roundabout providing good communications with the north and south by road. Oxford Parkway station is within one and a half miles for a regular train service to London Marylebone. There is also a regular bus service to Summertown and on to Oxford with the bus stop situated at the end of the drive. One of the main draws to the location is the Oxford schooling located to the north of the city. These include, The Dragon, Summerfields, Magdalen College School, Oxford High School, St Edwards. Bruern Abbey School is also within ten miles. The historic market town of Woodstock is four miles away and home to the world famous Blenheim Palace and the magnificent grounds, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. Woodstock also offers a range of restaurants, cafes and shops.

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John D Wood

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