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Built in 18th Century, formerly the stable block for adjoining College Farm. The conversion has transformed the stables into a modern home with many original features. The property offers approximately 2800 sq.ft around an internal court yard and enclosed walled garden at the rear orchard and parking. Four double bedrooms and four bathrooms, cosy sitting room with wood burner and double aspect windows. A fabulous kitchen /dining /living space, separate utility room, shower room and study.
On the first floor which can be accessed via two staircases, there are four double bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Bampton is arguably best known as the set of Downton Abbey and retaining much of the character of the traditional Cotswold village. It has a post office, doctors surgery, library, hairdressers, garden centre, two cafes, a sports ground and pavilion, an art gallery, two churches, a primary school and of course a market square with an award winning butchers and an array of shops and public houses. Burford Golf Club is also within easy reach. Witney lies some 6 miles to the east and offers a range of local and national retailers including a Waitrose and Marks and Spencer’s, alongside recreational facilities. Oxford with its cultural, educational and medical benefits lies nineteen miles to the east. In addition, Bampton is situated within easy reach of the main arterial routes of the M4 and M40 giving access to London. Mainline stations can be found at Swindon, Didcot and Oxford.
The property is accessed via shared driveway which leads to gated parking, there is an orchard area and pretty box hedge path leading to stable front door.
The inner courtyard is accessed from the kitchen where you can sit and enjoy the glorious grape vine.
The rear walled garden is mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and the original water pump and trough remains as a feature.
Four double bedrooms
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