The Old Chapel is a converted Primitive Methodist chapel which retains some wonderful original features including fine wooden flooring and the original tea service made when the property was built in the 1860s. The drawing room is situated in the original chapel itself and features original windows, a fireplace with a mantel shelf and a pair of gothic style glazed doors leading to the dining room, which is filled with light from glazed walls and sliding doors, which offer views out to the gardens.
The well-fitted kitchen has maple units and next to this is the boot room with a separate door to the garden, while the study sits off the entrance hall.
Upstairs the first floor has a galleried walkway above the drawing room and accommodation has exposed beams throughout; the en-suite master bedroom has a triple aspect and there are also two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
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Outside, the cottage-style gardens are extremely pretty and include a sunny patio area to the rear of the family room – steps lead up to the lawn which is surrounded by beds with mature shrubs and flowering plants and trees, including an apple tree, ornamental cherry tree, an attractive climbing rose and eleven varieties of clematis.
The hamlet of Forwells is a sought-after location in the Wychwood Valley. Leafield nearby offers amenities including a church, pub, primary school and community shop. Witney has more comprehensive shopping and Oxford is a 30 minute drive.
The guide price is £490,000. For further information please contact Carter Jonas on 01865 511444 or visit www.carterjonas.co.uk.
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