Nestled in the heart of Wardington opposite St Mary Magdalene Church is this stunning five double bedroom detached, stone built house. Believed to date from the 1870's this impressive house offers plenty of character plus three stone outbuildings with planning permission to convert into further living accommodation.
The large entrance hallway has stairs rising to the first floor landing and doors leading to the ground floor accommodation. The sitting room is a wonderful space with some lovely features such as a stone built open fire and window seat. The kitchen / dining room is dual aspect with a large pantry in the kitchen area and a window seat to the front. The first floor landing is a generous area with space for some comfy reading chairs and a lovely view to the rear. Doors lead to all three double bedrooms on this floor plus the family bathroom and a door providing access to the second floor stairs. The second floor is currently laid out as two very large double bedrooms but could be changed to provide alternative accommodation and bathroom facilities. There is some height restriction into the eaves.
The garden is currently arranged as low maintenance with several paved patio areas and shingle all enclosed with a beautiful half height stone built wall. There are two timber gates that provide pedestrian access to both the side and rear plus a timber door opening into the first of the stone built outbuildings. These three outbuildings have approved planning permission to convert into further accommodation attached to the rear of the house. This conversion would make a stunning kitchen / family room with snug and a separate utility room but it could be whatever you wanted it to be. There is a large courtyard area that currently provides parking for in excess of 5 cars but part of this area could also be incorporated into additional garden space if needed.
Wardington is an attractive, peaceful north Oxfordshire village situated close to the south Northamptonshire border. Set in rolling open countryside, the village is made up of principally ironstone houses and cottages. The village has one public house, a newly refurbished village hall and a parish church with local shopping facilities in the nearby villages of Cropredy and Middleton Cheney. Banbury (5 miles) provides for more specialist requirements. There is an hourly bus service between Banbury and Rugby, via the village.
Excellent connection to the M40 motorway at junction 11 is about 4 miles away. Mainline train services from Banbury to London (Marylebone from 56 minutes). Birmingham airport is about 35 miles away.
The full planning permission can be found at the Cherwell Planning Portal (https://planningregister.cherwell.gov.uk/Search/UPRNApplicationSearch) using planning reference 07/01229/F. We would recommend that you look through this planning information to make yourself familiar with the agreed planning permission.