Banbury 3 miles, M40 (J11) 4 miles and (J10) 7.5 miles, Oxford 18 miles, London Marylebone 50 minutes (Distances and times are approximate)
EPC Rating: F
Tythe Barn House
Tythe Barn House Is well located, tucked away in the centre of the village close to the beautiful church and local amenities.
The property occupies a very tranquil and private position adjacent to The Grange and was converted in 1973 by the current owners to a very modern and stylish family home.
This accommodation is now in need of some updating and remodelling to suit current day modern living.
The current accommodation provides spacious, very light, flexible and primarily open plan living space. Large windows allow maximum enjoyment of the south facing gardens.
The highlight of the accommodation being the large triple aspect open plan sitting room and dining room which then flows nicely into kitchen/breakfast room and on from there to the play room.
Tythe Barn is incorporated into the current dwelling as a practice room for the current owners Chiropractic Clinic (this permission only applies to the current owner and it will resort to its original use as part of the domestic dwelling).
The beautiful barn is Grade II listed and is believed to have been completed in 1422 for The New College, oxford.
During WWII soldiers were billeted in the barn meaning a second floor was added, both floors offer extensive space.
The barn with large double Coach doors, windows to all sides and very substantial buttresses has enormous potential which the existing planning permission highlights and includes:
• Remodelling of the existing accommodation within the house.
• Creation of residential accommodation within the barn.
• Creation of glazed openings in the barn, providing the internal space with a wealth of natural light.
• Removal of wooden floor in the barn.
• New double doors on the south side to allow further vehicular access to the barn.
A most popular village comprising mostly stone built period properties with a population of about 2,500.
Good range of facilities including a primary school, four public houses, butcher/grocery store and hairdresser.
Beautiful 13th Century church with an exceptional spire.
Tennis and squash club in the village and Banbury Golf club only a mile away.
Easy access to the M40 at Junction 10 or 11.
Regular rail services from Banbury or Bicester North to London Marylebone (about 50 minutes). Also from Banbury via Cross Country Services to the rest of the country.
Accessed via double wooden gates between Hornton stone pillars, the gravelled driveway leads through the mature garden to the parking area at the front of the house.
The gardens sit mainly on the south west of the house and are a real feature of the property with extensive mature trees, well-tended lawns and beds and a view towards the church.
As well as the main garden there are further courtyards style areas and in particular a lovely private courtyard garden which can also be enjoyed from the kitchen, dining and sitting room.