An exceptional opportunity to update a Grade II listed village house with attached outbuildings and create a stunning family home, situated in this popular village on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Stapenhill House is a detached period property in need of complete modernisation, situated in an elevated south facing position on Scotland End. It has large unconverted attics and is attached to a series of interconnecting stores with barns beyond. Subject to the necessary planning regulations, these could be incorporated into the living space to create a wonderful and versatile family home with potential for either ancillary accommodation or a home office. Grade II Listed and believed to date from the 17th Century the house retains many period features including a timber ‘winder’ staircase; exposed beams; wooden panelling; oak plank doors and stone window seats.
The stores and barns also retain many period features including brick or flagstone floors, a curious ‘cartwheel’ window, beams and timbers and a wooden manger.
Included within this brochure is a floor plan detailing the current layout of the property, and one can envisage a large vaulted kitchen and reception room within the stores to the rear, with further scope beyond.
Hook Norton is an active, sought after village situated in North Oxfordshire between the market towns of Banbury and Chipping Norton. The village is particularly well served with a large village shop; butcher; post office; two pubs; famous local brewery; doctor and dental surgeries; library; vet; well renowned primary school and sports and tennis club.