The Mill House is a period property at the end of a no-through lane in an unbeatable position at the edge of the River Ock in Oxfordshire. There is thought to have been a mill house here since the 11th century and this property was in use throughout the 1920s when it was converted into a dwelling.
The main reception room is the most impressive in the property and extends to over 13 metres making ideal for entertaining. The kitchen/breakfast room has a particularly fine fireplace and is at the heart of the house; there are five bedrooms in the main house and a further guest bedroom at the southern end of the property in the coach house. To the west of the property is a large terrace surrounding the outdoor pool which has wonderful views to up the river and across the open fields.
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In spring and summer the gardens are especially captivating, with plentiful wildlife passing up and down the river. The land lies mainly to the north of the house and is laid to grass; the main field is a former cricket pitch – the property comes with just over six acres in total.
The Mill House is situated on the southern edge of the village of Marcham, a pretty and historic local hub with a pub, post office/shop and a church. Abingdon (3 miles) and Oxford (10 miles) are both within easy reach with excellent schools theatres and shops. Didcot station, eight miles away, has trains to London Paddington in just 45 minutes.
The guide price is £2,300,000. For further information contact Knight Frank on 01865 790 077; www.knightfrank.co.uk.