This fine Oxfordshire property is a Grade II listed house of stone construction under a pitched tiled roof, believed to be of 15th century origins with late, mainly 18th century, additions.
The current owners have lived here for 38 years and the house adjoins the village hall. The house has a wealth of period features including open fireplaces, exposed timbers, deep window boxes, an elegant, part oak staircase, flagstone flooring and a number of panelled internal doors. Some of the renovation work which has been undertaken has included a separate first floor flat which could be anything from a holiday let to a granny flat or an office.
The accommodation comprises six bedrooms, five reception rooms and three bathrooms and the first floor annexe.
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The gardens are pleasant, and predominantly laid to lawn, planted with flowering beds and borders. There is also a small lawned area to the front.
Churchill is an intrinsically Cotswold village with lots of fine period properties centered around an early 19th century church and a popular village pub. Local shopping is excellent, and Daylesford Organic is nearby. Kingham Station is just a mile away and Chipping Norton just over two miles with Oxford 22 miles distant.
The guide price is £775,000. For further information contact Savills on 01295 228 000 or visit www.savills.co.uk.