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Swerford House


A magnificent country house, a sprawling retreat that seamlessly blends classic elegance with modern comfort designed by the renowned interior designer Nina Litchfield.

Approaching via a secluded tree-lined driveway, Swerford stands as a testament to meticulous renovation, substantial expansion, and comprehensive modernisation. Nestled just beyond the outskirts of the village of Swerford, this exceptional country residence commands an elevated position, affording captivating panoramic vistas to the east and south. Here, the tranquillity is enhanced by the absence of light pollution, passing traffic and footpaths. Such a unique rural property, particularly in such a prime location, is a rare find.

Crafted from enduring stone and crowned with a slate roof, Swerford architectural ingenuity yields a wealth of space and natural light. Its well-proportioned reception rooms and master bedrooms exemplify thoughtful design. The heart of the home is a state-of­ the-art open-plan living area, seamlessly integrating the kitchen, additional dining spaces, and inviting sitting areas. French doors gracefully extend to an outdoor terrace, ideal for both family living and effortless entertaining.

Approximate distances/times:
Chipping Norton 5 miles • Soho Farmhouse 6 miles • Banbury (London Marylebone from 56 minutes) 9 miles • Charlbury 9 miles • M40 (Jn) 10 miles • Oxford 22 miles • London 75 miles

Property Details

  • Sleeps 14
  • Bedrooms 8
  • Bathrooms 6
  • 2
  • Tennis Court
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • Entrance porch, Reception hall & Drawing room
  • Peleton/Gym room
  • Kitchen/breakfast/sitting room, Utility and Boot rooms, Two cloakrooms & Pantry
  • Media/Entertainment room & Sitting room/study
  • South facing landscaped terrace with croquet lawn, heated seasonal swimming pool & tennis court
  • Extensive gardens and grounds
  • Woodland and unfenced Pond
Chipping Norton
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