• Asking price

    £800,000 Guide Price
  • Bathrooms

    3

  • Bedrooms

    5

A private & tucked away five bedroomed detached family home, with stunning gardens, incredibly spacious accommodation, located on a quiet lane in this highly sought after village.

Description

Hortons are delighted to offer to the market this substantial, five bedroomed detached family home, located on the outskirts of the highly sought after village of South Newington.

Coming to the market for the first time in almost 30 years, Hollowfield is a superb family home, sitting in approx. 1/4 acre with private & secluded gardens. The house is presented to a very high standard, and offers versatile accommodation over one and a half storeys; as seen in the floorplan and photos the large sitting room is recessed following the lay of the land, with staircase down into the space.

The house is one of eleven properties located on Sands Lane, a quiet and tucked away lane on the outskirts of South Newington, having minimal passing traffic, and occupies a pleasant position with trees and nature surrounding. The property comprises of a large entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, utility room, large workshop garage, five bedrooms, two having ensuite shower rooms, family bathroom, summerhouse, log store, large driveway with room for four to five vehicles, and beautiful landscaped gardens.

The current layout is versatile and suits an array of purchasers with varying buying requirements. The current layout lends itself well to having guests or multiple family within the dwelling, with the second bedroom with ensuite being private and away from the other bedrooms. Each room is well proportioned, and the property has a lovely flow, with numerous access points onto the stunning landscaped gardens.

The gardens, as seen in the photos, are beautiful, peaceful and established. Keen gardeners would love this space, and it is also suitable for families, having large lawn areas, and entertaining spaces. There is a well maintained pond, and tucked away summer house, two of the many features within the garden. There is also another wrap around garden in the form of a composite decking area (sun trap) and planted shingle walkway with well stocked borders, that run the perimeter of the boundary line.

The property runs an oil fired central heating system, with the boiler to be found in the garage, and two oil tanks at the rear of the property, cleverly tucked away from the main garden. There is a large log store adjacent to the garage, enabling good stock to be kept for the large feature log burning stove in the sitting room. There is ample driveway parking for four to five vehicles on the driveway.

The garage/ workshop is a superb offering, those with a home business, or hobbies involving engineering of sorts would love this space.

The much sought after village of South Newington lies halfway between Banbury and Chipping Norton, on the edge of the Cotswolds. The village is formed of largely ironstone houses and includes a church; Duck on the Pond pub / restaurant, as well an annual flower and produce show. A range of shops, schools, pubs and a Health centre are in Bloxham 2 miles away with further facilities also available at Hook Norton, Chipping Norton, Banbury and Oxford. Renowned private members club Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew is approximately 6 miles away.

Extensive selection of well-regarded educational establishments in the area includes Great Tew Primary School, Warriner Senior school (Bloxham), St Johns Prep (Banbury), Carrdus School (Banbury), Bloxham School, Tudor Hall (girls, Bloxham), Sibford School, Winchester House (Brackley), Beachborough (Brackley) and the Oxford schools, which include The Dragon, Summerfield’s, Headington, St. Edwards and Magdalen College School.

Well located for both London and Birmingham and the North with junctions 10 and 11 of the M40 being about 12 and 7.6 miles away respectively; direct trains from Banbury to London Marylebone (from 59 minutes); Birmingham International Airport is about 46 miles away and Heathrow approximately 65 miles. A bus route runs to Banbury and Chipping Norton.

Recreational activities in the area include tennis, cricket and football clubs at nearby Hook Norton and Bloxham; theatres in Chipping Norton, Oxford and Stratford upon Avon; numerous golf clubs including Tadmarton Heath, Rye Hill and Heythrop; racing at Stratford, Warwick and Cheltenham; Bannatyne’s Health Club in Bodicote; Daylesford Organic; world renowned shopping at Bicester Village and Blenheim Palace at Woodstock. The beautiful surrounding countryside provides an array of bridleway and footpaths.

All distances and times are approximate.

Floorplan

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