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Oxford Road, Clifton Hampden, OX14

OIEO £1,250,000 (Sold Subject To Contract)

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An exquisite Grade II Listed mid 19th Century, Georgian period house set in beautiful gardens with income potential.

DESCRIPTION The Red House is an exquisite Grade II listed mid 19th Century, Georgian period house with beautiful gardens within easy reach of Historic Oxford, Abingdon, and Dorchester on Thames. The house has been extensively refurbished and provides elegant and spacious accommodation over four floors. This elegant period house has a particularly handsome exterior with large sash windows and ornate ironwork. Such characteristics give an early idea of what lies behind, which is an interior offering a striking blend of contemporary design and fittings with fine period features. The property offers versatile living with its double aspect drawing room, elegant dining room on the raised ground floor, complimented by a bespoke kitchen. There are also four exquisite bedrooms including an indulgent master bedroom suite occupying the entire second floor complete with stylish en suite, and two further sumptuous bathrooms on the first floor. There is a huge basement area with great potential for an abundance of uses. There is a stylish 'boutique' style annexe to the side making it ideal for extended family or to generate an additional income. Outside the beautiful gardens are well maintained and there is a open-bay carport and plenty of additional parking.

LOCATION Clifton Hampden is located 5 miles to the East of Abingdon and 3 Miles West of Dorchester-on-Thames. It is ideally placed for those wanting access to rail links with Didcot Parkway station 5.5 miles away with its direct links to London Paddington, and there is a branch line at Culham approximately 1.5 miles. The European School at Culham is nearby as well as the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy. Clifton Hampden is also ideally placed for access in to Oxford via the B4015 and A4074. The village as the Barley Mow public house, and the plough restaurant, in addition to a traditional village shop often described as an 'Aladdin's cave', a post office and GPs surgery. The village has two claims to fame. The famous Barley Mow Inn was described in Jerome K Jerome's Three Men in a Boat, where the Inn dates back to 1352, and the village hall was home to The band known as 'On a Friday' who later evolved into Radiohead.

VILLAGE HISTORY Clifton Hampden is a delightful Thames side village approximately 5 miles to the east of Abingdon. The village was original known simply as 'Clifton' meaning 'tun on a cliff' in old English. From the early 14th century, there used to be a ferry across the Thames connecting the village to Long Wittenham. Several cottages in the village survive from the later part of the 16th and early part of the 17th centuries. The village hall was built in 1896.

DIRECTIONS Leave Oxford Via the A4074 towards Wallingford. Proceed through the village of Nuneham Courtenay until the 'Golden Balls' roundabout. Turn right towards Clifton Hampden on the B4015. Continue on this road where The Red House can be found on the right hand side literally just before the traffic lights.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly by appointment with Penny & Sinclair. Prior to making an appointment to view, Penny & Sinclair strongly recommend that you discuss any particular points which are likely to affect your interest in the property with a member of Penny & Sinclair's staff who has seen the property in order that you do not make a wasted journey.

SERVICES All mains services are connected.

FIXTURES & FITTINGS Certain items may be available by separate negotiation with Penny & Sinclair.

TENURE & POSSESSION The property is freehold and offers vacant possession upon completion.

LOCAL AUTHORITY & COUNCIL TAX South Oxfordshire District Council
135 Eastern Avenue
Milton Park
Milton
OX14 4SB
Tel: 01491 823000
Council tax band: G amounting to £2,676.31. (2016/17)

AGENTS NOTE Penny & Sinclair, their clients and any joint agent gives notice to anyone reading these particulars that:
i) the particulars do not constitute part of an offer or contract; ii) all descriptions, dimensions, references to the condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statement or representations of fact. Iii) the text, photographs and plans are guidelines only and are not necessarily comprehensive. Any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the property does not mean that all necessary planning, building regulations or other consents have been obtained and Penny & Sinclair have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. A buyer or lessee must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Iv) the descriptions provided therein represent the opinion of the author and whilst given in good faith should not be construed as statements of fact; v) nothing in the particulars shall be deemed a statement that the property is in good condition or otherwise, nor that any services or facilities are in good working order; vi) no person in the employment of Penny & Sinclair has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Vii) all measurements are approximate.



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Please contact us on 01865 297555 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

Features
  • Georgian splendour
  • Stunning interiors
  • Beautiful gardens
  • Annexe
  • Further potential
  • Close to Oxford
Office Address: 1-4 The Plain, St Clements, Oxford, OX4 1AS Telephone : 01865 297525
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