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4 bed detached House

Oving Road, Whitchurch, Aylesbury, HP22

THE PROPERTY SET IN THIS CAREFULLY PRESERVED AND HISTORIC VILLAGE, A FINE PERIOD HOUSE WITH A SUPERBLY CONVERTED DETACHED TYTHE BARN PROVIDING A VERSATILE HOME OFFICE, BUISINESS AND ANNEXE FACILITY. 1 Oving Road, Whitchurch is a fine example of a Grade II Listed period home with a host of features set in a delightful Buckinghamshire village. The current owners have carried out a superb conversion of the detached Tithe Barn which offers an excellent opportunity to work from home, operate small business premises or multi-generational living as an independent annexe. The property has been continually updated and restored to provide a spacious and comfortable home retaining much of its original character and modern day living in both the main house and the annex. Features include exposed beam work, inglenook fireplaces, bread oven, tiled flooring and leaded light windows. Many of the rooms have vaulted ceilings and are dual aspect to allow extra light into the rooms. Internally, the main house is an excellent size and comprises a welcoming reception hall, cloakroom, family/dining room, second hall, sitting room, study, snug and a 27' farmhouse kitchen with Aga. On the first floor, all four bedrooms radiate off a vaulted landing and there is a bathroom with additional wc. Dating from 1795, within the grounds the recently converted detached Tithe Barn has been painstakingly restored to preserve its timber frame and original brickwork and is now perfect for 21st Century living. This has a vaulted roof with exposed timber and imaginative lighting together with underfloor heating to create a most comfortable independent space. The annex very much lends itself for use as business/office premises and is ideal for the increasing demand for private work from home space. Having thought further ahead the owners have also created a fully fitted quality kitchen, shower room and mezzanine bedroom within the building and this would make a superb independent living or even potential income from holiday letting/Air BnB. The property is approached via double entrance gates with ample parking for several vehicles and a fully enclosed garden includes fine Mulberry and Magnolia trees set amongst lawns and well stocked planted borders. A viewing is encouraged to appreciate the versatile and quality lifestyle opportunity that 1 Oving Road, the Tithe Barn and village of Whitchurch offer. THE ACCOMMODATION Entering the house, the main entrance hall is an excellent size and offers a very practical space having plenty of room for coats, wellingtons, shoes, school bags and kit etc. There is a handy cloakroom with washbasin and wc and lying to the right of the hall the triple aspect 25' family/dining is a most versatile room. To the left of the main hall the kitchen/breakfast room forms the heart of the house with a focal Aga in black, a double enamel butler sink unit with granite work surfaces inset into a base cupboard which also houses a built in dishwasher. Further storage is provided by bespoke oak base and wall units with solid worktops giving the kitchen an appealing farmhouse style. There is a built in AEG combined microwave and oven and plumbing for a washing machine. Two very useful walk-in shelved pantries provide extra storage. Other features include quarry tiled flooring and exposed beam work and there is ample space for a family sized table and chairs. Adjacent to the kitchen lies the dual aspect snug or TV room which has an inglenook fireplace (not used) with a bread oven to one side which makes an ideal drinks cabinet. The stairs rise from this room to the first floor. The original main entrance hall lies in the centre, has character beams, quarry tiled floor and leads to both the sitting room and study. Both of these rooms are again dual aspect with beams and fireplaces and the sitting room has a fine working inglenook and the study has ample space to work from home and a good range of fitted shelving. FIRST FLOOR All the bedrooms and bathroom radiate off the landing which is a good size and has a useful built-in linen wardrobe. The main bedroom is dual aspect and has exposed beams and two full height cupboards. Both bedrooms two and three have tall vaulted ceilings with exposed beam work and bedroom three also has a cupboard. The final bedroom has beams with a low level cupboard and a trap door leading to the main loft. Fitted in a modern white suite, the bathroom has a bath with built-in shower unit over, along with a vanity wash basin with crackle glazed top and complimentary tiling. There is a heated chrome towel rail and airing cupboard with a box bay window to the front. A separate wc also with a box bay to the front completes the accommodation to the main house. TITHE BARN A fine feature of the property is the superbly restored annex. Lying to the left of the entrance, the barn offers independent space for a variety of uses, from the much in demand home working space to the elderly relative or children returning from university. This is also large enough to be used as a professional office or treatment/ exercise suite for a small business. The annex is entered via double full height glazed entrance doors with side windows. Inside, the room has a most impressive double height, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and trusses with an array of carefully placed wall and spotlights. The owners have installed a quality kitchen which has a good range of units in cream with integrated appliances including a Siemens electric oven, hob, microwave and washing machine, fridge/freezer, along with a fully tiled shower room with shower cubicle and Roca wash basin and wc. Additional storage is provided by a tall understairs unit and separate airing cupboard. The room has underfloor heating with contemporary Contura log burning stove. Stairs rise to a mezzanine double bedroom with night lights, radiator and an impressive view into the main room. Attached to the annex is store for tools, mower and a covered log store. OUTSIDE Entrance gates lead into a good-sized drive and a parking area for several vehicles with flagstone steps and pathway leading to both the entrance doors and an externally accessed cellar. The cellar is a good size and houses the oil-fired boiler which serves the central heating, hot water and storage for wine and garden tools etc. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a seating area and a fine mulberry tree and magnolia are set amongst well stocked borders with walled boundary and screening which provide a good degree of privacy. Whitchurch is a most carefully preserved village set in the Aylesbury Vale having many fine period homes along the High Street and The Market Hill. The village is rich in history being home to Bolbec Castle which was was destroyed by Oliver Cromwell around 1652 and much of the old stone from the castle was used in the construction of the houses including 1 Oving Road and can still be seen today. During World War Two the village was home of 'Churchills Toy Shop' where an array of weapons and munnitions were developed such as the Limpet mine, sticky bombs, PIAT and Hedghog amongst others. Of particular note Whitchurch is in the catchment or four Grammar schools and various and private schools including Stowe and Swanbourne which are within easy reach. Situated in the village the primary school is rated Ofsted 'Good' and there is a public house/restaurant and filling station which incoporates a small supermarket for every day needs. More extensive shopping facilities are at nearby Aylesbury, Buckingham and the renowned retail outlet village at Bicester. For recreation 1 Oving Road is close to a number of National Trust properties including Waddesdon Manor one of the most visited Trust properties in the country, Stowe House and Gardens, Claydon House and Ascot House in Wing. For commuters the A421, A34 provides an easy route to Bicester, Oxford and to Milton Keynes. With Leighton Buzzard and Aylesbury offering access to London and the south via the A5, M1 and M40. With mainline station at Leighton Buzzard ( Euston) and Aylesbury (Marylebone) you can be in the Capital within 32 and 55 minutes respectively. In 2025 the new Oxford and West cross coutntry rrail link is schduled to open with a station at nearby Winslow.

Primary schools


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  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Narbeth Drive, Aylesbury, HP20 1NX
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school became an academy on 31/03/2019. Go to Bedgrove Junior School for the new record.
  • Ingram Avenue, Aylesbury, HP21 9DN
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This academy opened on 01/04/2019. Go to Bedgrove Junior School for previous record.
  • Ingram Avenue, Aylesbury, HP21 9DN
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broughton Avenue, Aylesbury, HP20 1NQ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Ingram Avenue, Aylesbury, HP21 9DJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • School Approach, Aylesbury, HP22 5RW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Hazell Avenue, Aylesbury, HP21 7JF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Hazell Avenue, Aylesbury, HP21 7JF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Parsons Lane, Aylesbury, HP22 5DF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection