A stunning 300-year-old country house with a pool, annexe and plenty of original details is on the market for £3.25 million.

Wellshead House originally dates from about 1650 as a timber-framed Long House with the main body of the house added in around 1750 and the Georgian façade added later.

It is in a secluded part of the conservation area of Harwell village which has a primary school, nursery, pub, butcher, newsagent and village hall, as well as a farm shop near by.

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The handsome Grade II listed house was the village GP’s surgery for much of the 20th century but has been extensively restored and updated by the current owners "to provide an eclectic mix between old and new", said the selling agents.

Oxford Mail: Wellshead House in Harwell

As well as large open fireplaces, beams, panelled rooms and stone floors, the kitchen was replaced in 2008 and the curved wall of the original bread oven converted into a larder.

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A garden room was added in 2016 to connect the dining room with the kitchen and 
the former Cart Barn has been converted into a separate annexe which could be used as a games room, studio, home office or gym.

The house has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms plus five reception rooms.

Oxford Mail: Wellshead House in Harwell

There is a walled courtyard and a swimming pool in the one-acre garden next to an adjoining pond and summer house.

There is also a walled courtyard described as a sun trap and a three-car carport.

The house is on the market with The Country House Department Limited, Oxford, with an asking price of £3.25million.