A grade II listed five bedroom converted barn with 11 acres of ring fenced pasture located on the edge of a peaceful village close to Oxford and Junction 8a of the M40 for access to London.
. It backs onto open fields with walks on its doorstep, and the garden is a haven for birds and other wildlife. The house comes with a double garage and a 1459 sq ft outbuilding suitable for conversion to stabling, or garaging. The land comprises 11 acres with access to the main house and gardens. The surrounding land is farmed as arable land.
Long Oak has been sympathetically converted and the barn retains many of its original features, with exposed beams and stonework throughout. The property is arranged over two floors combining cosy family spaces and spectacular open areas with vaulted ceilings. The sitting room is an impressive double height room. A wrought iron spiral staircase leads to a mezzanine with a glazed gable end giving extensive views over the surrounding countryside. The area below with a wood-burning stove is the perfect place for socialising. At the other end of the house the open-plan kitchen/breakfast room is a light family space with French doors that open straight onto the patio and garden. There is a gas-fired AGA and a separate utility room. Downstairs there is also a study, dining room, snug/downstairs bedroom, bathroom, boot room and a converted double garage that would work well as a playroom, games room or studio.
Upstairs the house is split into two parts, accessed via two different staircases. The first leads to the master bedroom with en suite, two further bedrooms, a box room and a family bathroom. The second staircase leads to bedrooms 4 and 5 and a second family bathroom.
Outside there is a pretty, mature garden with a pond and water feature, orchard, private driveway and plenty of room for parking. The land is divided into to fields of 2.5 acres and another of 8.5 acres with gated access from the grounds of the house.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 12.36