Character Property For Sale

6, Roundtown, Aynho, Banbury

Guide price £495,000


A truly historic and charming Grade II* listed period cottage, dating back to the Medieval era, in a popular village.

  • Entrance porch
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Shower room
  • Bathroom
  • Enclosed rear garden with useful stone outbuilding



Situation
Aynho is an attractive vibrant village situated on the eastern side of the Cherwell valley with many far-reaching westerly views. Located on the borders of South Northamptonshire and North Oxfordshire, historically much of the village was owned by Aynhoe Park and was called the ''Apricot Village''.


There is a pub/restaurant (Cartwright Hotel) and another just outside the village (Great Western Arms), a parish church and sports/playing fields. The nearby villages of Deddington, Kings Sutton and Croughton have mini-supermarkets with the market towns of Banbury, Brackley and Bicester not far for more extensive requirements.


Aynho has good communication links with Junction 10 of the M40 (Ardley) about 6 miles giving access for London and Oxford, and M40 Junction 11 (Banbury) for the Midlands and the North. Train connections to London/Marylebone and Birmingham from King's Sutton, Bicester North and Banbury. Local primary schools include Charlton and Newbottle and Croughton with secondary schools at Banbury and Brackley.


Description
6 Roundtown dates back to circa late 15th Century, with later additions, and is Grade II* Listed.


It is steeped in history, with many retained original period features. The property provides a rare glimpse into the late medieval period, with unique original architectural features.


The Grade II* Listing, notes many fascinating features, including the raised cruck construction (the interior wooden frame of the cottage),
All the original features provide for a very characterful property, offering a new owner the chance to own a very special piece of local history, and a comfortable home in a popular village.


The entrance porch leads to the sitting room, with early carved beams and an open fireplace. This leads to the rear hallway, with original flagstone flooring, and the remains of the bread oven (understood to be a village facility, not just for the cottage itself). The dining room has a large fireplace with bressumer beam and carved ceiling beams. The kitchen is a 16th Century extension.


The original spiral stone staircase leads to the first floor. The master bedroom has original elm floorboards, and a cruck tie beam (in the wall), and a rare fireplace. There is also a shower room and guest bedroom (again with the lower section of the cruck blade).


On the second floor there is a further bedroom with bathroom, with the fully exposed oak cruck (blades, purlins and ridge beams).


Outside
The front garden has an established apricot tree. The rear garden is fully enclosed by stone walls. It has a terrace area and raised sundecking, providing perfect places to relax and entertain. There is a very useful stone outbuilding with light and power that could easily be utilised as a home office.

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