A very attractive and extremely well presented Grade II Listed three bedroom townhouse, with off street parking, situated in the heart of Burford. Lorne House is a charming Grade II Listed Cotswold stone building of special architectural and historic interest, and is thought to date back to the 17th Century. Originating from a portion of the building that was once the White Horse Inn, one of Burford's ancient coaching inns, this unique house is beautifully presented and sympathetically finished, to complement the building's historic charm and heritage. A traditional oak timber framed door with glazed panels, invites you into the generous dining room/kitchen area, with oak panelled walls, original exposed beams and parquet flooring, leading to the classic contemporary finish of a modern day fitted kitchen. The space and generous open plan layout welcomes the opportunity for entertaining. The adjoining sitting room continues the theme with panelled walls and flooring, forming a perfect space for relaxation, with a grand stone set fireplace with a large woodburning stove, for those Cotswold winter days. On the first floor there is generous storage space, coupled with the enhanced continuation of light and space with a comfortable master bedroom suite with shower facilities. There are two further generous sized double bedrooms, serviced by a large modern bathroom, with all of the bedrooms benefiting from front aspect views. Adding to the charm of this unique house is the rarity of vehicular access, via the original coachway to a shared parking area with a designated space. Beyond this, there are a row of private gardens. Lorne House's garden is well maintained with exceptional views and set in a peaceful situation, allowing one to escape to tranquil surroundings. The garden itself is mostly laid to lawn, with various beds and borders, with a pretty timber framed summer house and garden shed. Burford is widely known as The Gateway to the Cotswolds, it offers a range of shopping facilities, local schools, a fine Parish Church and a number of public houses. The town is within easy reach of Oxford and Cheltenham, both of which provide the main cultural and shopping centres for the area. There are good road communications to London via the A40/M40 and a train service from Charlbury to London Paddington. - Tenure: The property is freehold and vacant possession will be given on completion. - Fixtures & Fittings: All items in the nature of fixtures and fittings described in these details are included with the property. All other such items are specifically excluded. - Services: Mains electric, water and drainage, rayburn central heating. - Local Authority: West Oxfordshire district council. - Council Tax Band: F - Viewing: An appointment to view is essential and should be made through the agents Burford office. Virtual and 3D viewing available on request.
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