Located in the popular village of Middleton Cheney, this attractive village house has character and sits on a generous plot.
Believed to date back to the 17th Century, Wisteria House is a Grade II-listed five/six-bedroom house that offers a wealth of charm and period features.
There are Victorian mosaic tile floors, flagstone floors and open fireplaces and beamed ceilings. Wood-burning fires can be found in the dining and sitting rooms.
The kitchen/breakfast room features a gas-fired Aga, butler sink and granite work surfaces. With five first floor bedrooms, additional accommodation can be found on the second floor is currently used as an occasional sixth bedroom, with a further good size attic room with potential.
Attached to the house is a useful stone barn/workshop with potential to convert into further accommodation subject to planning consents.
There is a range of detached single-storey outbuildings that could also be converted to secondary accommodation or an annexe.
As the name suggests, outside is well-established wisteria tree at the front of the house. Double wooden gates to the side of the property lead to a gravelled parking area and the rear garden, which backs onto fields.
The garden is well-established and includes a vegetable garden and attractive Victorian-style conservatory which was built in 2011.
The garden extends to about 0.45 acres and the Jurassic Way footpath runs alongside the property.
The guide price is £795,000. Call Fisher German on 01295 271555.