Nutfield House is a contemporary and substantial house of just over 4,000 sq ft. Originally built in 1992, the property was sympathetically extended in 2012 and is now a compelling mix of fresh, light and modern spaces. The accommodation throughout is generous and the numerous reception rooms allow a real flexibility, including ample space for a study/home office, studio or children’s playroom. Highlights include the show stopping 36 ft kitchen/breakfast room, complete with Gaggenau appliances and a stunning glass fronted fireplace. All six bedrooms have ensuite bath/shower rooms and the quality and attention to detail is evident with Duravit appliances, rain showers and unique designer bathtubs. The drawing room is a wonderfully calming and tranquil space, with large bi-folding doors which open onto a beautiful Iranian limestone terrace, which provides a seamless link between the house and gardens.
The gardens are magnificent and planted with an array of stylishly planted beds and mature trees. There is a vegetable garden, enclosed by park fencing with trained pear trees and a stunning timber framed green house by Gabriel Ash. There is a further courtyard garden designed by Susan Dunstall who was part of an award-winning collaboration that designed David Harber’s sculpture gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show. For those who work from home, there is a well appointed external office which is adjacent to the three bay car port and laundry room.
Nestling in the picturesque Evenlode Valley, with its desirable setting and attractive architecture – Charlbury offers a balance of town and country living at its finest. Charlbury is a lively place with most of the facilities of a small town which includes its own railway station.
There is a wide variety of shops and businesses, several welcoming pubs, a selection of cafés, a deli, pharmacy, barber, library, vets and Co-op convenience store with post office.
For those who are keen on sport, there are great facilities including large recreation grounds with football pitches and tennis courts, sports centre, cricket club and a bowls club.
If that wasn’t enough, Charlbury is home to the Riverside Festival and famous Wilderness music festival which takes place in the grounds of the stunning Cornbury Park.
Another attraction is the proximity to Soho Farmhouse which is seven miles away, merely adding to the appeal of this superb area.
Charlbury is equidistant between the popular towns of Burford, Witney and Chipping Norton as well as being within close proximity to Oxford which all offer a variety of shops, an array of dining options and pubs.
There are a number of schools in the area which cater for all ages and include Charlbury Primary School and Windrush Valley School. Pupils can also access Oxford by train for Magdalen College, Oxford High and Headington.