- Entrance hall leading to cloakroom.
- Double living room with wood burner
- Kitchen/diner with integrated dishwasher/wine fridge and granite work surfaces
- Eight double bedrooms with en-suite and fitted wardrobes,
- Office overlooking tranquil grounds
- Gated access leading to drive with off street parking for over 10 vehicles
- Circa an acre plot
- Vinyard to the rear producing house wine
- Fully alarmed and gated
Quintessential gated eight bedroom stone built residence positioned on circa an acre in the delightful village of Holton. Built by the owner who is a stonemason by trade with no expense spared. The generous and versatile accommodation consists of eight double bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms and integrated wardrobes. The master bedroom featuring it’s private balcony perfect for alfresco dining.
Double living room with a bespoke log burner and solid wood flooring ideal for entertaining guest, striking kitchen/diner with two roof lanterns flooding the room with natural light and finished with granite work surfaces. A separate utility room with a megaflow boiler, spacious office with limestone tiles over looking the wonderful grounds.
Featuring its very own vineyard to the rear producing “Apple Tree Barn” house wine. Off street parking for multiple vehicles and workshop are additional features of this rarely available and beautiful home, with a mature assortment of fruit trees planted around the perimeter of the property. Situated for good access to the city and A34/M40 and close by to the Wheatley Brookes university campus and easy access to Oxford’s leading and globally recognised universities. Good cycle access to Headington and the city of Oxford.
Entrance hall leading to cloakroom, double living room with wood burner, kitchen/diner with integrated dishwasher and wine fridge, eight double bedrooms with en-suite and fitted wardrobes, Vinyard to the rear, office overlooking grounds, off street parking for several vehicles, fully alarmed.
Holton is a small village that seems to be a village in two parts. Most of the village is spread along a quiet cul-de-sac, although further on you come across further houses, and then finally the village church, St. Bartholomew's. Between the church and the main part of the village is the village hall.
Prominent in the village is the Wheatley Park Secondary School complex which includes the Georgian former Holton Park. Holton Park was built in the deer park of the original manor house early in the 19th century when the manor house was demolished. The stables, dovecote and moat of the old house still survive.
St. Bartholomew's Church was built around 1200. It is cruciform and is in the transitional style between Norman architecture and Early English Gothic.
On the outskirts of the village next to the A40 trunk road is the campus of Oxford Brookes University and the M40 corridor
In the owners words:
“We have lived at Apple Tree for over 4 years and has been a home to our 4 children who have now all flown the nest and no longer live around here,.
We have loved and still enjoy the variety of wildlife that we see on a daily basis, foxes, buzzards, rabbits, woodpeckers, badgers, the occasional deer and have rescued a family of baby ducklings recently, the calm, quiet and space that we have and enjoy. There are walks on your doorstop and great for cycling around the country lanes. We have had two weddings here for our daughters with marquees and a festival theme for both of them. We grow our own grapes and have produced for the first time in 2019 from the white and red grapes a Blush wine.
We have worked from home at Apple Tree Barn the whole time we have lived here it is an ideal setting internet Broadband speeds are excellent, 2 phone lines into the house and 2 hubs.. It is a great location for the 3 businesses we run from home as it sits on the M40 corridor between London and Birmingham. A large parking area for meetings if needs be.
We will miss the space of the house and garden but we want to be nearer our daughter in Dorset who is having her first child and our first grandchild.”