Reception hall/drawing room | family sitting room | utility room | kitchen/breakfast room | dining/play room | 3 double bedrooms (1 en suite) | family bathroom | large garden | summerhouse/home office.
About 0.33 acres
Hogs Paddock is situated in the picturesque West Oxfordshire village of Salford which lies between Chipping Norton and Moreton in Marsh. Both market towns have a variety of shops for every day needs whilst more comprehensive shopping, leisure and
educational amenities are available in the cultural centres of Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon. Communications links are excellent with a regular train service from Kingham to Oxford and London Paddington taking 21 and 80 minutes
respectively. Salford is in the school catchment area for a number of primary schools including Kingham Primary School. There is also a regular bus service to the Oxfordshire schools from Salford and Chipping Norton.
Hogs Paddock is a light and spacious family house which has been extended and renovated over the past five years resulting in approximately 2500 sq ft of well-designed and stylish modern family living .
Set in an elevated position off the village lane, the property is approached via wooden gates, over a gravelled driveway which has parking for a number of cars. The front door opens into a superb dual aspect reception hall/drawing room with oak flooring and staircase to the first floor. The family sitting room has exposed Cotswold stonework, traditional Victorian fireplace and double doors onto the garden. From the sitting room is the large and bright kitchen/dining room with Belfast sink with immediate hot water tap, incorporated within an extensive Cararra marble central island providing a superb working space. The Cararra marble top continues throughout the kitchen with floor and wall mounted storage units. Flagstone flooring, traditional beams and space for a large farmhouse dining table completes the kitchen with double sets of French doors which open out into the garden. Adjacent is the useful utility room and boiler room with rear door into the garden. An inner hall with a bathroom and ample storage space links through to the flexible third reception room, currently used as a playroom which completes the main living accommodation.
Stairs rise to two double bedrooms, both bright and looking to the front and both with basins. A second staircase rises to the generous master suite with his and hers sinks and an en suite bathroom. The dormer windows to the front enjoy splendid easterly views across undulating Oxfordshire countryside.
The property has planning consent to convert the existing loft into bedroom accommodation (Ref: 07/0905/P/FP).
To the front of the property, the gravel driveway, which provides ample parking, is surrounded by a low stone wall and panelled fencing. Paths lead along both sides of the house into the garden which is to the rear of the property. An attractive patio/terrace area abuts the house, an ideal spot for outdoor dining. The large garden is well planted with a variety of trees and shrubs including a number of fruit trees. The large summerhouse/ office is wired for electric light and Wi-Fi and currently serves very well as a home office. There is also a garden shed with power.