High Street, Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, OX15

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
In the heart of the stunning village of Hook Norton, we are delighted to present this period house.

The front of the property was formally a commercial business. The option to reinstate as a commercial shop front is still available. Anyone looking to start a business on the high street of a growing village, is strongly encourage to view.

You enter the property through the high street facing shop extension. If you wish the premises to remain as residential, you are now in the open plan sitting room with floor to ceiling windows allowing to an abundance of natural light.

As you step down in to the period house, to your left is the dining room. To your right is the kitchen, which has period exposed beams and a doorway through to the sunroom and lower floor shower room. The sunroom could easier be turned into utility room, making more space for a larger shower room.

You now make your way down to a well maintained south facing garden, including sheds. Out of the back gate, and included with the property is a large brick built building, which is an ideal hobby room, home office or further storage.

Back in the main house, there are two bedrooms on the first and second floors as well as a family bathroom.


From the passageway from the rear of the property there is a good sized garden with sheds, a lawn, a studio with direct access to Bell Lane along with electricity.


Hook Norton is located south west of Banbury towards the market town of Chipping Norton. This is a large ironstone village in rolling countryside on the Warwickshire border. This well served village has a range of local shops, a post office and both doctors and dentists surgeries. There is also a choice of public houses, a parish church and a Church of England primary school and a butcher. In a addition to the excellent Primary school there are senior school at Chipping Norton and private education in the area includes; Bloxham (co-ed), Tudor Hall Banbury (girls) and St. Johns Prep Banbury. Also within easy reach of Oxford schools, The Dragon, Magdalen, Oxford High and Headington Girls School. There are train services to London Paddington from Charlbury and from Banbury to London Marylebone. Connections to the M40 motorway are either at junction 10 (Ardley) for the South or Junction 11 (Banbury) for the North. The property is also within easy access of the new Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew.

Additional Information

Cherwell District Council - Council Tax Band E

01869 388036

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