Aston House is an attractive stone-built period property with a Georgian brick façade. Believed to have Tudor origins, the house fell into decay in the 18th century and was restored around 1780, giving the house its fine façade. The rear of the house is distinguished by a Kent Tower which gives attractive bow doors and windows to the dining area and the master bedroom above.
Period features of note include shuttered French doors, sash windows, a fine period staircase and original Georgian panelling in the sitting room. Accommodation includes two reception rooms and five bedrooms split between the first and second floors.
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Outside is a converted barn with exposed stone walls and ceiling beams. On the ground floor is a sitting room with doors leading out to the terrace, shower room and a galleried bedroom. Also outside are the lawned gardens with borders of flowering shrubs and interspersed with mature trees. The outdoor heated swimming pool is located to one side and is surrounding by a flagstone terrace.
Aston House is located within the Oxfordshire village of Aston five miles south of Witney. The property has good local amenities close by including primary school, village shop and a pub.
The guide price is £825,000. For further information please contact CarterJonas on 01865 511444 or visit www.carterjonas.co.uk.
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