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New Manor House, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire, OX25

££550,000 Guide

4 Bedroom Town House Under Offer

New Manor House was built by Charles Harris in 1836. The build was clearly high quality, perhaps too high quality as he was declared bankrupt shortly after! The Georgian origin is amply demonstrated by the lovely, high ceilings and large sash windows, with a feeling of ample space throughout. And the position on the hillside ensures the views to the rear are absolutely divine - right out across the rolling valley and fields. Our client bought the house some years ago and has put considerable time, effort and money into modernising the internals to make it sumptuous without compromising all the character and charm. The layout over three floors also makes it surprisingly flexible. Four bedrooms are available if wished, but in the current ownership the larger first floor room makes a splendid living room complete with fireplace. The whole house and setting is delightful, a place to entertain and to relax in equal measure.

They always say 'first impressions...' and nowhere was it so appropriate as here! The facade of New Manor House is proud and elegant and, once inside, the scene looking down the hall through to a kitchen with wide glazed doors at the rear is attractive. The tall ceilings give an even greater feeling of space than the already good dimensions, and with an immaculate tiled floor running seamlessly throughout the downstairs, the feeling of quality is instant. On the right is the first of three toilets in this house, and to the left the term 'utility room' almost belittles a fitted space that's better quality than most kitchens (and certainly larger than some!). The wide range of units provides most of the storage you might normally need in the kitchen. Beyond, the doorway leads to an almost square kitchen/ day room, perfectly proportioned and styled with great attention to detail. The cupboards to the left are inset, so they're barely noticeable on first glance, yet they provide huge storage. And because of this and the utility, on the right a long run of units topped off with polished quartz doesn't need the usual wall units above it. This arrangement makes the room feel so open and airy, which it is to such an extent that the largest of kitchen tables sits central with room around to all sides, ideal for adding an easy chair or sofa. In the corner you may not immediately notice the antique log burner... The Swedish Kakelugn ceramic semi-circular casing contains a pair of brass doors, with a chrome chimney stack outside that rises right up to the roof! It's a design we have never seen before, both stylish and fun. The fun theme continues if you look above your head, with a lighting system made up of multi-coloured flexes each individually leading to a different glowing globe. It's attention to detail few would apply, and all the better for it... All this adds up to a really wonderful space for all needs, and with bi-fold doors behind opening onto a large decked terrace from which you get a glimpse of the fields, and steps lead down to the garden, it's a little like being on holiday!





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Cridland and Co Limited
The Morris Building
OX25 4NF

01869 343 600

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