4 Bedroom Barn Conversion Let agreed
Ardley is a small village on the Northern edge of Oxfordshire. Its history dates back to the 12th century and evidence of its roots can still be seen at both the Ardley Castle mound and the Church of St Mary. The village is exceptionally well located with good schooling in nearby Fritwell, several pubs nearby, lovely rolling countryside, and transport links are exceptional with M40 junction 10 a mile distant (where there are various shops including Costa, M&S, W H Smiths etc) and Bicester North mainline station with a fast train to London Marylebone just 4 miles distant.
St Mary's Barn was converted just 3 years ago from its original agricultural origin to the stylish house it is today. No feature has been left to chance. From underfloor heating to air source heat extraction, oak floors to hardwood windows and the latest insulation, it is a cosseting and glamorous property in equal measure. The semi open plan living areas have been cleverly designed to ensure each has its own identity and clear use, but with the generosity of space only a barn can offer still evident.