A charming three bedroom barn converted in c. 2001 and whilst not listed itself The Wheat Barn is a `curtilage listed building` as the neighbouring farm is listed. The property offers well proportioned accommodation comprising on the ground floor, entrance hall, kitchen (with access to an exterior decked area), farmhouse style units and `star galaxy` work surfaces, utility area, w.c., galleried dining hall and a double aspect sitting room with exposed beams. On the first floor leading off from a landing presently used as a library there are two double bedrooms with exposed beams, family bathroom plus a master double bedroom with an ensuite shower room. The property benefits from LPG gas heating. To the exterior there is off street parking on a driveway leading to a double garage and store room. To the rear of the property there is a most attractive garden mainly laid to lawn with various shrubs, apple and pear trees, garden shed and greenhouse. Beyond this area of lawn which measures c. 140 ft, there is a paddock also owned by the property but separated from the main garden by a public footpath which runs along the bottom of the rear garden.
Greatworth is found on the border of north Oxfordshire and south Northamptonshire and is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside on all sides. The village has a strong community and offers a local shop/post office, public house and primary school. A wider range of amenities can be found at the nearby market towns of Banbury and Brackley and further afield at Oxford, Milton Keynes and Northampton. The village offers easy access to local schools including Chenderit Secondary School in Middleton Cheney and Magdalen College School in Brackley along with private schools at Brackley and Overthorpe. Sporting activities in the area include golf at Chacombe, horse racing at Towcester, motor racing at Silverstone with sports and indoor swimming centres in easy reach at Banbury, Brackley and Towcester. Greatworth is well connected to a network of walks and footpaths enabling one to explore the surrounding Northamptonshire countryside. Commuting by rail is via Banbury (Marylebone approx 54 minutes) and the M40 (Junction 11) provides access to both London and Birmingham.Directions
From Oxford, take A34 towards M40. At the roundabout, take the first exit on to M40. After 4.8 miles, take the A43/B430 exit and at the roundabout take the second exit onto A43. Continue to stay on A43 for the next 5.58 miles through the next four roundabouts. At the fifth roundabout take the first exit onto A422 and continue for 3.8 miles. Turn right onto Cockley Road and follow for 1.5 miles. Turn right to follow signs to Greatworth and then turn left onto Brackley Road. Turn Right onto Church Road and the property will be found at the end of the road.Notice
Please note: JCP have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Property Features :
- Entrance Hall
- Utility Room
- Sitting Room
- Three Double Bedrooms (Master Bedroom with ensuite)
- Galleried Landing used as a Library
- Family Bathroom
- c. 150 ft Rear Garden & Paddock