Greystones, Lawton Avenue, Carterton, Oxfordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 7
Without doubt this is one of the finest properties of its price range in Carterton and the surrounding area. It has been in the same ownership since 2000, the present owners having carried out an impressive programme of improvements and maintenance* resulting in a substantial family home of character where a new owner should have no major expenditure in the foreseeable future. Converted from a threshers barn in 1922 this Grade II Listed house is part of the history of Carterton being one of the earliest buildings from the William Carter (Carterton's founder) era.

The accommodation over three floors is both spacious and full of character. To pick out a few highlights - the beamed farmhouse-style kitchen by Cotteswood, has a gas AGA with a companion oven and hob; the lovely sitting dining room is divided by a central two way fireplace with stone chimney breast; a further room on the ground floor acts as a family room or study; the entrance hall is a room in itself and provides excellent storage.

If used as such, there are seven bedrooms, but it is envisaged that some will be utilised, as they are now, for study or library purposes as book shelving is very evident throughout the property. There is a large family bathroom on the first floor and another bathroom on the second.

The garden is also a significantly attractive feature being extremely well stocked, mature, and cleverly designed to include private secluded areas, a small orchard (apple, plum, damson and cherry) and delightful pond with waterfall. The stone built detached garage is substantial and has extra parking to the front.

An exceptional, interesting and sizeable house with gardens approaching one third of an acre that deserves to be viewed.

*A full inventory is available for interested parties.

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