Canal Yard, Thrupp


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  • Bedrooms: 6
A handsome period house situated in the stunning village of Thrupp and steeped in character features and charm. The principal house comprises four reception rooms, and four double bedrooms and there is a separate, income generating property comprising two double bedrooms, a large kitchen/dining room, a large sitting room and two bath/shower rooms.

Principal house:

This Grade II listed property is a 17th century miller's cottage adjacent to an old water mill converted in Victorian times into canal cottages. The property has been restored to the highest standard with many original features and incorporates modern services. Set beside open green space, the yard is gated at night and is close to the River Cherwell and the Oxford Canal, making it one of the most beautiful and authentic locations in the Oxford region.

The substantial and historic house enjoys spacious accommodation over three floors. On the ground floor there are four reception rooms with exposed timbers and original features. In addition, there is a well-appointed kitchen with double height ceiling, a cloakroom and large laundry room. Over the next two floors there are four double bedrooms and two modern fitted bathrooms in addition to an airy studio space featuring wide hardwood period floorboards and a fireplace. The grounds are in three parts with a well-stocked cottage garden at the front. At the back are 6 detached period outbuildings ,some with power and lighting, surrounding a lawn .

These unique buildings, once washhouses and privies, are currently used for storage and play space but could be further developed as home offices or studios. The third part of the garden comprises an orchard and a drive with parking space and an adjacent allotment. Lying at the end of a cul de sac, the path from the garden leads directly into woodland.

Separate cottage:

A beautiful and historic thatched cottage in the sought-after village of Thrupp. The property has been improved and modernised and comprises entrance hall, sitting room with parquet flooring, a large kitchen/dining room, two bathrooms and two double bedrooms. The house enjoys a wealth of period features including exposed beams and shutters on windows, also feature fireplaces are still present in most of the rooms. There are gardens to the front and rear of the property plus outside storage. Heating is through a Calor Gas fired combi boiler.

If you are looking for a unique and rural property that is still within close proximity to a village pub or the local shops of Kidlington then this could be the perfect property for you.

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Alistair Redhouse

17 The Kidlington Centre, Kidlington, Oxfordshire

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