Step inside this 18th-century country house in Oxfordshire

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The idyllic late 18th-century country home sits in four acres and is surrounded by beautiful gardens.

1/9 Exterior

exterior of house with green lawn and trees

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

2/9 Hallway

hallway with white floorboards and white flower vase

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

In the hallway, painted floorboards and floor-to-ceiling windows create a wonderfully light space, while the addition of a painted bench enhances the Scandinavian feel.

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3/9 Dining room

dinning room with wooden beams and wooden dinning table chairs

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

The focal point of the dining room is the chunky table, made from reclaimed elm, which tones with the wooden beams. Pretty seat cushions add charm to the vintage chapel chairs.

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4/9 Kitchen

kitchen with wooden cabinet and open kitchen storage

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

A modern country look has been created in the kitchen by combining reclaimed wood with stainless-steel appliances. Open shelving creates easy-to-hand storage.

Range cooker
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5/9 Living room fireplace

living room with fireplace and sofa set

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

In the living room, architectural features such as the exposed beams and large fireplace create a stunning space.

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6/9 Living room

living room with white wall and window

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

Pretty accessories in subtle heather bring warmth and colour to the pared-down Alpine look in the living room. The furniture is a mix of old and new with items bought at auction combined with contemporary pieces.

Throws and cushions


7/9 Bathroom

bathroom with white basin and roll top bath

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

An elegant roll-top bath is teamed with a period-style basin and retro stool, while a vibrant towel adds a pop of colour to the bathroom.

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8/9 Main bedroom

main bedroom with white bedlinen and pink cushions

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

In the main bedroom, the calming scheme of neutrals is punctuated with splashes of colour from fabrics and accessories.

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9/9 Guest bedroom

guest bedroom with wooden bed and white bedlinen

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Brent Darby)

Natural wood partnered with crisp white linen and a French-style cushion looks as fresh as a daisy in the guest bedroom, creating a classic look.

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