A country delight in Chipping Norton, The Manor House is a picture of beauty with an abundance of space. Guided by the knowledge and advice of award-winning Nigel Daly Architectural Design, the 15th century Grade II listed Manor House has been sensitively restored and enhanced with painstaking attention to every detail, creating a truly unique family home.
The Manor House is built of Cotswold stone under a slate roof, the greater part of which was replaced eight years ago. The property has been completely rewired and replumbed with original metal leaded light windows have been restored and replicated. Solid oak and stone flagged floors, oak beams and huge oak A-framed trusses, reinvented stunning oak staircases and natural materials, both old and new have been used creatively throughout. The attention to every minute detail is telling in every room of this spectacular house.
Approached by a gravel drive under an enormous Cedar of Lebanon tree, the front door is accessed via a walled courtyard. The large terraced gardens are very private and completely delightful. The extensive stone flagged terrace with two charming loggias makes for easy al fresco entertaining. Steps up lead to the small walled vegetable garden and greenhouse, and steps down lead to the main lawn with its high stone wall and established herbaceous borders. A gate and further steps lead to the privately tucked away, swimming pool, with pool house.
There is an open two-bay stone garage with a large workshop and extensive storage above. A second, wide gated vehicular access opens to the lower lawn with additional parking.
Offers in Excess of £3m