The Old Post Office, Chilton
3,388 sq ft / 314.8 sq m
The Old Post Office
Oxfordshire, OX11 0RZ
A perfect example of a period home with all the luxuries of modern living
3 Reception Rooms
Mains Water, Electricty and Drainage
Tucked away in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies the village of Chilton. An attractive village surrounded by pretty Oxfordshire countryside. What you might not know is that the prehistoric Ridgeway National Trail passes south of the village, which is an ancient trackway described as Britain’s oldest road. Find yourself whiling away the hours walking along the escarpment edge, with immense views to the north across the Vale of the White Horse, while to the south there is stunning rolling countryside.
Whilst at the foot of the Downs and some of the most enchanting countryside in southern England, the railway town of Didcot is close by and offers a range of amenities, as well as a fast rail link to London, with the fastest trains reaching London Paddington from as little as 37 minutes. Additionally, Crossrail now makes for a much faster commute to the City.
The village has an excellent primary school and there are a number of highly regarded independent schools close by which include prep schools at Moulsford, The Manor (Abingdon) and Cranford House and senior schools including Abingdon School, Downe House, The Oratory, St Helen & St Katherine and Radley College.
The Old Post Office, ChiltonAbout this home
Nestled in the heart of the delightful Oxfordshire village of Chilton lies this stunning family home. Situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Old Post Office is the perfect example of a period home with all the luxuries of modern living. With original parts of the timber framed house dating back to 1708, this beautiful country home was once the village stores and post office for this thriving community. The property was extended by the previous owners to include an open plan kitchen, as well as a cinema room. Whether you are sat in the light and spacious open plan kitchen or curled up in the traditional beamed sitting room, with a fire roaring in the Inglenook fireplace, this home is a wonderful juxtaposition between the old and the new.
Highlights of this property include;
A superb and unlisted family house in the heart of this vibrant village.
The house was extended by the previous owners, resulting in a compelling mix of light and modern spaces yet retaining much of the period charm and character.
The stunning open plan kitchen/breakfast room is an ideal space for relaxing or entertaining and leads directly onto a large terrace via glazed doors.
The house is well laid out for versatile and comfortable family living.
The beautifully appointed master suite is simply stunning and includes a balcony with views over neighbouring paddocks.
There is a magnificent cinema room which makes for a wonderful retreat.
Having undergone significant landscaping by the current owners, the garden has been beautifully designed to provide vibrant colours throughout the year.
There is a large and attractively appointed terrace that links the kitchen to the garden and provides an ideal place to relax in the sun.
Situated in the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the surrounding countryside is breath-taking.
There is an electric car charger.
3,388 sq ft / 314.8 sq m