Designed in the 1960s and updated in the ’90s, Aubrey House in Horton-Cum-Studley, near Oxford, Oxfordshire is a stylish property in what looks like quite a peaceful area.
Indeed, the house was designed to make the most of the views over the south facing rear gardens and beyond. There’s around 0.7 acres of land for the garden, but beyond that looks to be open country. Looks the perfect place for a lazy summer’s day.
As for the house, that covers around 2,303 sq. ft. (including the garage), which is a result of significant renovation and extension a couple of decades back. The images don’t really show how well that fits in with the original design, but from what we can see, it looks to flow pretty well, although it is perhaps in need of some further updating internally.
Plenty of light from that those are windows, with the added attraction of the balcony, which can be accessed via the master bedroom. The other three bedrooms also have access to the outside space via the patio. As for the rest of the space, there’s an entrance hall, sitting room, dining hall, conservatory, study, kitchen, utility, cloakroom, bathroom and shower room.
Outside, you’ll find a driveway, double garaging, swimming pool, patio space, gardens (a mix of lawn, plants and trees) plus a further ‘wild’ garden.
£850,000 is the guide price.