Church Street, Sulgrave, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
From the moment you arrive the property welcomes you with its warmth and charm. Offering a lovely mix of characterful charm with the convenience and practicalities that modern life demands. The property's entrance hall has stairs that rise to the first floor. The hall also gives access to the drawing room, this is a light filled room with dual aspect and a central open fireplace. The dining room is a wonderful space for those family gatherings and social events with a flagstone floor and exposed beams. The property's third reception room is a snug or sitting room, a lovely peaceful room with views to the front of the property across to the church. The kitchen and breakfast room offers a range of eye and base level units with a Rayburn, from here there is access to the utility room, cellar and cloakroom.

To the first floor the bedrooms are well balanced and offer light filled rooms with views to either the gardens and farmland or the church. A ladder stair gives access to a further loft room, which would make an ideal study with additional storage.


The property's established gardens offer a peaceful enchanting space to relax and unwind, in all 0.31 of an acre. They have been carefully designed to ensure a lovely level of colour and interest throughout the seasons with deep filled perennial flower and shrub borders. With a range of established trees and shrubs that surround the borders there are open views to the surrounding farmland at the bottom of the garden. A gravel driveway provides parking and access to a two storey detached barn which offers 806 sq ft of wonderful potential for a buyer to mould to their requirements. Ground floor has double doors (it is currently used as a secure garage) and the first floor is accessed by an external stone stairway.


Sulgrave is a pretty village located between the market towns of Banbury and Brackley. There are many important listed buildings in the village, particularly the 16th Century Sulgrave Manor, the ancestral home of George Washington's family. The village has a community shop/post office and a public house. The neighbouring village of Culworth has a primary school, and the village is within the catchment area of the Chenderit secondary school in nearby Middleton Cheney, buses for both schools serve the village.

Local independent schools include Winchester House, Beachborough, Carduss, Stowe, Bloxham and Tudor Hall. From Banbury there is a mainline railway station, to London Marylebone, and Jct 11 of the M40 motorway and shopping includes the Castle Quay at Banbury, Gateway Retail Park and supermarkets to include Waitrose.

Entrance Hall

Drawing Room

Dining Room

Snug / Sitting Room

Kitchen Breakfast Room

Utility Room


Four Bedrooms

Bathroom & Ensuite Shower Room

Detached Barn With Secure Garaging

Double Carport

Established Gardens

Additional Information

Council Tax - West Northamptonshire Council Band G.

The property has many character features which include exposed beams, elm floorboards, carved stone fireplace and a Rayburn in the kitchen.

01295 367838

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