- Entrance Hall
- 4 Reception
- 4 Bathrooms
- 9 Bedrooms
Deddington Church of England Primary School (0.1mi.)
Christopher Rawlins Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School (2.6mi.)
Dr Radcliffe's Church of England Primary School (3.5mi.)
- Available now
- Long term let
A spectacular Grade II* listed Rectorial manor house situated in a very
desirable village. Available October for a minimum term of 12 months. Garden maintenance included. Offers in excess of £8,500 per calendar month.
Banbury 6 miles, Banbury station 6.5 miles (London Marylebone 54 minutes), Bicester 11 miles, Oxford 16 miles, Chipping Norton 10 miles, M40 J11 7 miles.
Deddington is a popular village with excellent amenities situated between the market town of Banbury and the cultural centre of Oxford. The village has a monthly village market in the central square, several public houses and restaurants, a variety of shops including hairdressers, a dentist and an excellent primary school. More specialist requirements can be found at Banbury, Bicester and Chipping Norton with both Milton Keynes and oxford being larger centres. Excellent motorway connections can be found to the M40 at Junction 10 (Ardley for the south) and Junction 11 (Banbury for the north). Rail services from Banbury (Marylebone and Birmingham) and from Bicester (from 52 minutes to Marylebone). The village has a local primary school and the local secondary school can be found at The Warriner (Bloxham) and independent prep schools at the Carrdus (Overthorpe), Winchester House (Brackley) and Beachborough (Westbury) and a bus service to many Oxford schools. Local independent secondary schools can be found at Tudor Hall (Bloxham), Bloxham School and Stowe.
Castle House is an excellent example of a Grade II* listed Rectorial manor house dating from C13, rebuilt around 1654, restored 1894 and extended early C20. Retaining oak wood floors, stone-mullioned windows and a balustrade roof, the property retains many period features throughout including a fine wide oak dogleg staircase with heavy turned balusters, fluted newels and ball finials. The chamber tower has 3 fine rooms, all with oak panelling, stop-chamfered beams and feature fireplaces with panelled overmantels. There is also a consecrated chapel. Upon entering Castle House through the Tudor-arched main doorway, you step into the entrance hall with flagstone floor, exposed beams, wood panelled walls and a feature fireplace. The entrance hall leads to the well-proportioned drawing room with feature fireplace, window seats and built in arched shelving and cupboards. The dining room has wood panelled walls and a feature fireplace and leads through to a morning room with quarry tile floor and fitted storage cupboards. The library again has wood panelled walls, a working fireplace and window seats. The recently fittedkitchen/breakfast room has a range of units, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob and 4 oven gas Aga. To the rear of the house is the cloakroom, utility room with ample storage, washing machine and chest freezer and a large basement ideal for storage. Stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first floor which comprises 7 bedrooms, a study, 3 bathrooms and the chapel. To the rear of the house, a second staircase rises to the first floor. On the second floor are 2 further bedrooms and a bathroom. The third floor has a further room ideal as an office/study and a door to the balustrade.
Landscaped gardens lead past the rose garden
to the barn which is ideal for entertaining or car
storage, the vegetable garden and the former
hard tennis court. Garden maintenance is
Cherwell District Council, Band H
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Oil fired central heating. Mains gas to AGA.
Strictly by appointment with the Landlord's agents, Strutt & Parker on[use Contact Agent Button]
From Banbury, head south on the Oxford Road
passing through Adderbury. Upon entering
Deddington, turn left at the traffic lights, follow
the road around the right hand bend and turn
left into the Bullring. Drive straight and you will
see the iron gates to Castle House
After an offer is accepted by the Landlord, which is subject to contract and acceptable references, a deposit equivalent to 2 months’ rent plus one month's rent in advance will be required prior to the commencement of the tenancy. All rent is payable monthly in advance. Any rent advertised is pure rent and does not include any additional services such as council tax, water or utility charges
The following non-refundable charges and fees will be payable before the commencement of the tenancy: Reference fee of £54 per applicant and per guarantor, plus £210 per property for the preparation of the tenancy agreement. Charges are inclusive of VAT.
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