Paines Hill, Steeple Aston, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX25

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Bedrooms: 6
Hunters End was built in the 1980's and has been in the same ownership since. It has been maintained to a good standard and would now benefit from some modernisation and updating. The accommodation is both flexible and extensive. The annex provides additional ground and first floor living areas for use by family, friends or live-in help.

The spacious entrance hall provides a focal point for the house with all the ground floor rooms leading off from it. The sitting room has a feature open fireplace with access to the conservatory.

The conservatory has a tiled floor and gives extensive views over the rear gardens.

The kitchen/breakfast room, with a quarry tiled floor, is well designed, with granite worktops and a good range of wall and base units. Adjacent is the dining room, which could be extended into the kitchen to provide a larger modern day kitchen/living area. A cloakroom and utility room complete the ground floor.

The annexe can be accessed via its own front door or via the main entrance hall. It has a sitting/dining room, with a kitchen and office. A separate staircase leads to the first floor with a good sized bedroom and an en suite shower room.

On the first floor there is an extensive landing area with a main bedroom that has superb views over the garden as well as a modern en suite bathroom. A further three double bedrooms and family bathroom may be found on this floor.

On the top/second floor there are a further three rooms, one currently used as a games room. A further large boarded attic room completes this floor.


The mature and beautifully maintained gardens are a real feature of the property. The borders are planted with a mixture of perennials and shrubs as well as apple trees and other established trees. A large terrace is accessed via the conservatory and dining room. It provides a perfect place to entertain and enjoy the beautiful gardens.

The gardens are enclosed with gated access on both sides. To the front of the property a gravelled driveway provides plenty of parking for numerous vehicles.


The popular village of Steeple Aston is an ancient village mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The river Cherwell and the Oxford Canal run close by and further afield lies the market town of Bicester, which dates back to 1239. Steeple Aston is also convenient for both Oxford and Banbury and access to the M40 motorway can be gained at junction 10. There are rail links available in Heyford, Oxford, Banbury and Bicester (Bicester to London Marylebone approx 50 mins) plus within the village itself there is a shop/post office, very well regarded primary school and pre-school, public house, church, playing field and play park. Also within easy reach there is Soho Farmhouse, Blenheim Palace and Bicester Village.

Additional Information

Cherwell District Council. Council Tax Band G(subject to review)

01869 388036

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