Great Haseley, Oxfordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 5
SITUATION Whistlers Barn is situated in the sought after village of Great Haseley, an attractive and popular village in a conservation area with fine stone houses, old thatched cottages and an original stone windmill. There is a thriving village community, which owns the village public house (The Plough) as well as a village hall offering a variety of gatherings such as yoga, tennis club with two courts and cricket club with village clubhouse both located at the spacious recreation ground.

There are primary schools at the neighbouring villages of Great Milton and Little Milton and a number of private and state schools in Wheatley, Thame and Oxford. In Great Milton there is a village shop/post office and Raymond Blanc's famous hotel and restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons.

The village is well located for the M40, which provides good access to London and the Midlands. Railway stations are at Oxford, Haddenham/Thame Parkway and Didcot providing mainline services to Marylebone and Paddington. The Oxfordshire Golf Club and the Waterstock Golf Club are nearby. There are comprehensive shopping facilities in the nearby market town of Thame with its weekly market, or the city of Oxford has extensive shops, theatres, museums etc.

DESCRIPTION Whistlers Barn has been extensively remodelled and converted by the current owners to an exceptional high standard, offering a substantial and highly impressive family home, in the heart of this sought-after village. The property is believed to date back to the 1800's, offering a fine mix blend of original period features, combined with numerous contemporary additions and high tech 'smart home' specification, all nestling in secluded and abundant walled gardens,

The layout with open-plan spaces in the main reception areas, offers an abundance of light and space throughout. The property is finished to an extremely high specification with a spectacular contemporary split-level oak staircase running the length of the drawing room, making for a highly impressive centrepiece, with additional features including solid oak windows and doors, Italian stone flooring, Carrara marble, mood lighting, surround sound system, underfloor heating and 'Loxone' technology, further endorsing Whistlers Barn's credentials as an exceptional and extremely stylish property.

The kitchen has much to offer, such as marble work surfaces, a two door gas Aga with an Aga companion comprising two electric ovens and gas hob, Amana fridge freezer and a central island with black walnut top, as well as an adjoining utility room. Open to the kitchen/dining area, is the fabulous drawing room with vaulted ceiling, exposed A-frame beams, York stone fireplace and floor to ceiling windows and doors overlooking and opening to the south facing terrace and gardens. Beyond the drawing room is the study room/fifth bedroom.

The bespoke split-level oak staircase provides access to both the principal bedroom and the guest bedroom, with the master bedroom providing split-level oak floors, stunning views over the walled gardens, and an adjoining dressing area and a spacious en-suite bathroom.

The guest bedroom, approached across the staircase runaway, also provides oak flooring, fitted cupboards and en suite bathroom facilities. There is also an additional cloakroom with shower to the ground floor.

From the reception area, you connect to the west wing offering spacious and highly flexible accommodation, with the sitting room/kitchen area, providing the ideal space for entertaining. The sitting room offers an attractive freestanding cast-iron wood burner, as well as a bespoke small kitchen area. The converted west wing also offers two further double bedrooms and main family bathroom, and has the advantage of a separate entrance, so provides the potential to be used as an annexe facility for visiting friends and relatives, or as self-contained accommodation if and when desired.

Externally, Whistlers can be accessed by both Rectory Road and Back Way, entering through solid timber electric gates to two separate gravel parking areas. An archway opens to the pretty west rose garden, with the main garden steps from the terrace, leading past lavender beds to the lawns and well stocked, established herbaceous borders.

A wrought iron gate leads to the 'woodland garden' which has a path to a substantial timber garden store and gravel gated off road parking accessed from Rectory Lane entrance, with the additional gravelled driveway accessed off Back Way, overlooking the beautifully landscaped gardens siding onto the lower barn/west wing.

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Morgan & Associates

Haseley Road, Little Milton, Oxford

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