Duns Tew, Bicester, OX25

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
The main access to the house is through the rear parking area and you enter into a pretty central hallway with a skylight and a stone floor. To the left there is a large drawing room ideal for entertaining with wooden floors, underfloor heating, a wood burner inset into the wall and a double aspect allowing for good natural light.

The open plan kitchen has an Aga, wall and base units, a built-in seating/dining area, exposed beams and a breakfast island. From the kitchen there is a useful utility area ideal for family living. The dining room has an Inglenook fireplace and a wood burner as well as stone floors whilst there is sitting/TV room leading off from it. The office. located in a quiet position off the rear garden, has built-in shelving, exposed beams and stone floors. There is a large games room, ideal for entertaining and further accommodation as well as a workshop.

On the first floor, the main bedroom has views over the garden, built-in cupboards and a very generous en-suite bathroom with a shower and bath. Two further bedrooms and a shower room complete this floor. On the second floor, there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

There is also a well-presented separate annexe with a bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. The Granny flat accessed by stone steps, situated above the Drawing Room, also has a kitchen and shower room. Both of these outbuildings have their own access leading from the rear parking area.


To the front of the house, there is a gravelled area with parking for numerous vehicles as well as established borders and shrubs. The delightful rear garden is enclosed by stone walls and trees allowing for privacy and security for pets and children. There is also a paved area ideal for dining and entertaining with steps leading up to an area of lawn. Further down the garden there is a pergola, orchard and a greenhouse.


Duns Tew is an attractive village situated away from main roads and surrounded by rolling Oxfordshire countryside. The village is composed of predominantly stone built houses and cottages with colourful old English gardens. Enjoying an elevated position gives the village good views to the north towards Deddington and the Barfords and to the south towards Middle and Steeple Barton. Within the village there is a Church, The White Horse Inn and the village hall. Soho Farmhouse is approximately a five/ten minute drive.

Further comprehensive amenities can be found approx 3 miles to the north in the village of Deddington whilst access to the M40 motorway can be gained at either junctions 10 or 11. Bicester North, Banbury and Oxford Parkway train station provide an excellent service to London Marylebone.

Additional Information

Services: Mains water, electricity, drainage and oil fired boiler

Local Authority: Cherwell District Council – Band G

01869 388036

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