Oxbourne House is set on the edge of the village with far reaching views over its garden to rolling farm land beyond. Built in the 1999 to an exacting standard, the house stands in a generous plot extending to nearly an acre. There are two entrances off the village lane with ample parking for a number of cars. Built of brick under a tiled roof the property is beautifully presented and has flexible accommodation arranged over two floors which includes an integral ground floor flat. From the covered porch, the front door opens into a welcoming hall with open fire, cloakroom and stairs to the first floor.
Double doors open into the sitting room with inglenook style fireplace with a wood burning stove, sliding doors into the garden and a door through to a study. Also off the hall is the dining room. A door leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room with fitted units and an oil fired Aga. Double doors open into the garden room with French doors onto a terrace. Also off the kitchen is a snug with wood burning stove and doors into the garden. Adjacent to the kitchen is the utility room which leads through a covered lobby with doors to both the front and rear of the house. A door opens into the integral flat.
From the hall stairs rise to a galleried landing off which there are 5 double bedrooms and four bathrooms, three of which are en-suite. bedroom5 has an en-suite wc, whilst bedroom three has a mezzanine sitting room. The integral flat comprises a fitted kitchen, sitting/dining room, bedroom and shower room and is ideal for a dependant relative.
The property stands in just under an acre of mature well planted gardens with mature trees and shrubs along its boundaries. At the end of the garden is an Astroturf tennis court. At the front of the property is a double garage with a large storage loft above.
Lot Acres: 0.96