An historic old police house situated in an elevated rural position and enjoying stunning views over the Oxfordshire countryside. The house is situated on a plot of over a third of a acre and has extensive lawns, a large area for entertaining, and ample parking. Built from stone with stone mullion windows in the early 20's the property is brimming with period charm.
On the ground floor the house benefits from a large entrance hall with double height ceiling, two reception rooms, both with open fireplaces, a very large kitchen with views across fields to the side and rear, a utility room and a cloakroom. Upstairs, there are three very large double bedrooms, a family bathroom and the master bedroom has a large en-suite shower room.
The house is in excess of 1,550 square foot, however, there is still ample scope for extension and development should the buyer wish. The property is uniquely placed to enjoy a rural setting yet having the benefits of a local hotel with a lovely bar, and a local shop within walking distance.
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