A grade II listed home called The Old Wheatsheaf, which was previously a pub has come on the market in Adderbury near Banbury.
The Old Wheatsheaf home has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, period features throughout, a self-contained annexe and an overall area of 3,103 square feet.
The house is described by Savills estate agents, who listed the property as being 'steeped in history, which has previously been used as a public house and antiques shop.
'It has been a private residence since 1979 and retains a wealth of period features, including flagstone floor, inglenook fireplace, exposed stonework and beams. The property offers well presented, versatile accommodation, including a self-contained annexe, providing the ideal space for family members or working from home.
'The property benefits from a self-contained annexe, accessed from the dining room and also from the garden. This versatile space works well as a home office, ancillary accommodation or an Airbnb to generate an income, and comprises an open plan sitting room / kitchen, double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and en suite bathroom.'
It has a guide price of £650,000 and is on the market with Savills, Banbury. They can be reached at Savills, 36 South Bar Street, Banbury, OX16 9AE. To contact them, call 01925 987034.
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