New Road, Chipping Norton, Oxon


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A three bedroom end terrace house set in a popular village.


From Stow-on-the-Wold, take the A436 and after about a mile, bear right onto the B4450 signed Bledington 3 miles. Upon entering the village, continue over the bridge, bear left, follow the road round to the right, continue along Main Street and take the next left hand turn into New Road. Continue to the end where there is a communal parking area on the right hand side. A path leads to the front gate of number 18.


18 New Road is situated in Bledington, an extremely popular and unspoilt village with a number of amenities including St Leonards Parish Church and the Kings Head Public House. In addition there is a well regarded village school and a community village shop. Kingham station is of a mile and has a regular service to London Paddington via Oxford and Reading. In addition Kingham has two Public Houses and a village shop. Stow-on-the-Wold is the closest town and has a range of facilities including a supermarket and convenience store together with a good range of other shops and boutiques. There is a primary school at Stow-on-the-Wold and the Cotswold secondary school at Bourton-on-the-Water which also has an affiliated sports centre with a swimming pool.

Further shops and services are also available in nearby Chipping Norton.

S.157 Housing Act

18 New Road, Bledington was formerly part of the Local Authority housing stock and as such contains a restrictive covenant which requires consent to purchase from the Local Authority. It is understood that any purchaser (or tenant) who has lived and worked within Gloucestershire or the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for at least the last three years immediately prior to the purchase or rental, would qualify for automatic consent. Other applications may be considered on merit following a minimum of 8 weeks marketing on the Council's website.


18 New Road is an end of terrace house constructed of brick elevations under a tiled roof. It is thought to have been built in the mid 1950's. It has a more recent single storey extension of brick elevations under a flat roof with a further storage shed attached.

The accommodation comprises, staircase hall, sitting room with an attractive fireplace fitted with a dual fuel (wood & coal) burning stove which supplies hot water to radiators and cylinder (which also incorporates an immersion heater.) Separate kitchen/dining room, w.c and utility room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The attic has been partially converted to provide additional hobby room or office space if required with a boarded floor, pine cladding and a fitted desk.


Entrance canopy, panelled front door with central glazed panel, outside light.

Staircase hall

Slate tiled floor.


Low level w.c.

Sitting room 17'3 x 10'3

Fireplace with a cut stone surround and mantlepiece fitted with a Woodwarm dual fuel burning stove set on a tiled hearth. Coved ceiling, 4 wall light points, double glazed door leading to the garden terrace, television point. Chestnut Laminate flooring.

Kitchen/Dining room 15'1 x 11'2

Belfast sink set within a granite surround with drainer. 4 ring Smeg induction hob with drawers and cupboards below. New Zanussi double oven and grill with cupboards beneath and granite work surface above, display shelving, further unit with timber work surface with drawers and cupboards beneath and matching eye level cupboards with central glazed panelling above. Slate tiled floor with underfloor heating, 6 recessed ceiling spot lights. Door to Utility room.

Dining area

Utility room 10'5 x 8'11

Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer with monobloc mixer tap and separate electric hot water heater set within a wide surround with cupboards beneath. Space and plumbing for washing machine and separate dishwasher. Further work surface/work bench with a long shelf below and range of eye level cupboards above, space for upright fridge-freezer, slate tiled floor, stable door leading to the rear garden.

From the staircase hall, stairs lead to the first floor landing with wide access hatch leading to the attic room.

Bedroom 1 15'4 x 8'2

Stripped timber floor, double glazed casement window overlooking the rear garden.

Bedroom 2 11'1 x 9'11

Stripped timber floor, double aspect room with casement windows, extensive range of book shelving.

Bathroom 5'7 x 5'7

Comprising panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and separate Mira Sport shower with glazed shower screen. Low level w.c, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, heated towel rail..

Bedroom 3 10'1 x 8'10 maximum

Incorporating the airing cupboard with a new foam lagged copper hot water cylinder with slatted timber shelving above.


18 New Road is approached via a concrete path and decorative gate with further path leading to the front door flanked by flower and herbaceous borders and with a timber loggia and bordered by timber picket fence.

A side access leads to the rear garden which may also be approached via the sitting room or alternatively the utility room.

The rear garden comprises a paved terraced area immediately abutting the house with a raised flower and shrub border with a fruiting Cherry tree. Steps lead to the remainder of the garden which is laid to lawn. Built in barbecue and fuel store. The rear garden is bordered by brick with pillars and painted timber trellising flanked to either side by timber fencing. A gate leads to the rear of the property and a tarmacadem path which leads into the village and to the Primary School or alternatively to a footpath across the field. External power and outdoor tap.

Garden Store

Attached to the Utility room. Electric light.

Local Authority

Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

Tel: 01285 623000.

Council Tax

Band C

Rates payable for 2020/21 - £1,598.62


Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. Please note: we have not tested the services and prospective purchasers are advised to undertake their own investigations as to the existence of the services and any likely connection charges prior to making an offer to purchase.

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