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The House on the Green is a modern Cotswold stone home, built on a small development on the site of the former village hospital. Overlooking a large green and with an enclosed rear garden, the house offers peace and quiet, yet is moments away from the centre of Chipping Norton, one of the North Cotswolds' famous market towns, with its wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. Chipping Norton is ideally placed for exploring the beautiful Cotswolds region, as well as other world famous attractions, such as Blenheim Palace, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Sitting at the end of a short row of houses and built to a high quality, the House on the Green has been beautifully furnished in a warm, contemporary style. The traditional character of the Cotswold stone exterior has been complemented by modern facilities, including wireless internet access, a Freesat TV with DVD player and home cinema system, and a well equipped kitchen/breakfast room.
The house sleeps a maximum of six people, in three bedrooms, with two bathrooms (one en-suite) and a downstairs cloakroom. Off street parking is available for up to five cars and the house has an enclosed garden. The property is the perfect place for a family or a group of friends seeking a peaceful retreat, yet still being close to shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as all the attractions of the Cotswolds region.
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Chipping Norton, better known as "Chippy" by locals, is a well-known market town in the Cotswolds which has been runner up in the Great British High Street awards for small market town for the last two years. Once the site of a Norman castle, the town is the highest in Oxfordshire and has a number of notable buildings to visit. The Town Hall proudly marks the days when the town was a Borough. It was built in 1842 and used to host the poultry and butter markets on Wednesdays, as well as the Corn Exchange. It was also used for entertainment and auctions and lucky visitors may catch a glimpse of a bride and groom as the hall is licensed for weddings.
A picturesque row of traditional Cotswold stone cottages can be found in the town which were once almshouses given to Chippy by puritan Henry Cornish. The almshouses are set back from the road and are entered through a grand archway which has elaborate finials and cresting.
Another standout building is Bliss Mill. It dates back to the 1870s and was once used in the manufacturing of wool and tweed for cloth manufacturer William Bliss. The mill was designed to look like a country house, but has the large chimney at one end for which it is recognised. It is now a Grade II listed building and was converted into luxury apartments in the 1980s.
Car: Chipping Norton is easily accessed by car, being located on the A44, one of the main roads through the North Cotswolds.
Train: The nearest railway station to Chipping Norton is Kingham (approximately 5 miles away), which has regular, direct services to London Paddington, with a typical journey time of approximately 90 minutes.
Plane: Birmingham International Airport: 46 miles, approximately 60 minute drive; Heathrow International Airport: 64 miles, approximately 75 minute drive; Bristol International Airport: 78 miles, approximately 100 minute drive.
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