South Green, Kirtlington, OX5

GUIDE PRICE £1,100,000 Freehold

4 bedrooms

2 bathrooms

4 reception rooms

about the property

a fabulous opportunity to purchase a detached family home in this idyllic setting overlooking the village green

Situated on the village green is this detached family home. Constructed by a local stone mason in the late 60s, Long Kensome comprises generous living and flexible accommodation arranged over two stories. The ground floor comprises entrance hall with parquet flooring that continues through to the sitting room with open fireplace, utility room, cloakroom, light kitchen/breakfast room, formal dining room currently used as a snug, conservatory and further reception room both with underfloor heating and double doors opening onto the garden. On the first floor is an impressive principal bedroom with ample storage, ensuite bathroom and a fabulous window overlooking the rear garden and neighbouring paddocks. There are a further three double bedrooms, all with built in storage, family bathroom with walk-in shower, useful cupboard space and further storage available within the boarded loft. The property offers light and spacious accommodation throughout and requires some modernising.
To the front of the property is a driveway with parking for two cars, mature trees and shrubs. To the side is a five-bar gate enclosing the enchanting rear garden with a charming historic well, sheds and greenhouse and views over the neighbouring paddock enjoying the wildlife and occasional livestock and horses. Easy access to beautiful Kirtlington Park is close by.


The sought-after village of Kirtlington is a thriving community and offers an excellent primary school, two highly regarded public houses, village hall and St Marys Church. As well as being within the catchment area for Marlborough Secondary School and there is an extensive selection of renowned schools within striking distance from the village. Kirtlington hosts the annual village historic festival called the Lamb Ale held on the weekend of Trinity Sunday. The village is ideally located with convenient access to Oxford, the A34 and the M40 and also Bicester North and Oxford Parkway Railway Stations, both only a 15-20 minute drive away, providing regular non-stop rail services to London Marylebone. There is a bus service from the village into Oxford or approximately 15-minute drive to the Kidlington or Oxford Park and Ride bus service. Situated on the edge of village is a highly regarded golf club and the well-known historic Kirtlington Polo Club. Located just half a mile east of the village is Kirtlington Park – an 18th-century Palladian mansion available to hire for weddings, parties, private stay, corporate events and much more. It is set within 3,000 acres of beautiful parkland available to the public and accessible from the village.


Services Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas central heating
Tenure & possession Freehold with vacant possession on completion
Fixtures & Fittings May be acquired by separate negotiation
Local Authority Cherwell District Council
Council Tax Band F

key features

  • Detached family home
  • Popular village green location
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Sitting room with open fireplace
  • Dining room
  • Conservatory
  • Large study
  • Utility & WC
  • Principal room with ensuite
  • Three further double bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Beautiful private garden
  • Off road parking

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