Moreton House, Brightwell-Cum-Sotwell
369.7 sq m / 3979 sq ft
High Road, Brightwell-Cum-Sotwell
An exceptional family house in one of South Oxfordshire’s most sought after villages
4 Reception Rooms
Mains water and electricity
Oil fired central heating
Brightwell-cum-Sotwell is one of South Oxfordshire’s most desirable villages. A proper village which includes the excellent Red Lion pub, a village stores and a primary school. The village is ideally located for commuting to London, Oxford or Reading, with Didcot Parkway rail station only 4 miles away. Moreton House is also well positioned for both the M4 and M40.
Wallingford is the nearest town, situated on the on the banks of the River Thames, with its desirable setting and attractive architecture, this is market town living at its finest. Bordered by the rolling Chilterns on one side and the magnificent Berkshire Downs on the other, it’s an idyllic spot with inexhaustible options for lovers of the outdoors. With its large open market square and famous castle ruins, this bustling market town is suffused in history. But what you might not know is that contemporary Wallingford is home to a fresh and energetic vibe, stoked by some great independent shopping, a sparkling array of dining options and a thriving café culture. As well as great leisure facilities and abundant footpaths, the town is fast becoming South Oxfordshire’s most sought after small town.
There is a wide choice of excellent schools, both state and private within the area.
Moreton House, Brightwell-Cum-SotwellAbout this home
Tucked away in a fabulous and private edge of village location sits Moreton House, nestled within its mature gardens of 2.3 acres.
Originally built in 1935, Moreton House has been occupied by the current owners for 31 years. Approached over a gravel driveway, the house has an unspoilt period charm which is encapsulated by the fine pillared porch with leaded roof. The rear of the house is equally attractive and pleasingly symmetrical. This is a fantastic family house with five good bedrooms and the ability for the fifth bedroom to be accessed via arear staircase and be used as separate annexe accommodation if required. There is a wonderful feeling of light, with the main reception rooms facing south and drawing in an abundance of natural light through the large windows and French doors. There is a period charm about the house that is very much rooted in itsmid-1930’s origins. Highlights include magnificent parquet flooring and stunning original fireplaces complete with glazed sections which feel undoubtedly art deco. The drawing room which adjoins the dining room and can be opened up to make for a large entertaining space and the kitchen is very much the heart of the house, complete with an AGA.
The gardens are a triumph of skilful planting and landscaping and include a stunning orchard as well as a tennis court, summer house, south facing terrace and formal lawns. There is also a large double garage.
369.7 sq m / 3979 sq ft