A superb opportunity to convert a magnificent mid-19th century Grade II listed building into a family home in the delightful village of Nether Kiddington.
Nether Kiddington is a beautiful hamlet approximately 13 miles northwest of Oxford with good access to the A34 and M40.
Nether Kiddington lies to the north of Woodstock and is made up of a number of stone farmhouses and cottages as well as the Kiddington Estate. The property is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the ‘Cabability Brown’ landscape of Kiddington Park. Neighbouring estates include Blenheim, Glympton and Ditchley Park.
Woodstock is a thriving market town with local businesses including a post office, banks, supermarket, restaurants, pubs and hotels. Chipping Norton also offers a wide variety of local amenities and leisure facilities with more extensive facilities available in Banbury and Oxford.
The Kindergarten is a beautiful, semi-detached, Grade II Listed, Cotswold stone building. It was built in 1856 and formed the parish school before being run as a private kindergarten more recently. The building has attractive full height mullioned windows as well as buttresses on the corners of the building. A high bell house completes the school appearance. The porch is entered through a Tudor arched door and ones eyes are immediately drawn to the aged flagstone floor.
There is planning permission (ref no: 15/04251/FUL) for a three bedroom family home with open plan living on the ground floor and two en-suite double bedrooms, a further double bedroom and a family bathroom on the first floor.
To the front of the building is a lawn which provides the main garden area. A tarmac drive offers ample parking to the side of the building and also houses the large gas tank. To the rear of the property is a bank which rises behind the building with mature trees.
The property is served by a septic tank which is in the garden of the neighbouring property. The buyer will be required to move the sewage system within the plot boundary within 12 months of completion. There is a large gas tank on the drive which feeds the building. The property is served by the estate’s private water supply. The buyer will be charged for a continued supply.