Once home to the new Emperor Naruhito of Japan when he was studying at Oxford University, and also regularly visited by T E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia), Yew Tree Farmhouse is steeped in history going back to 1698.
This family home offers spacious and bright accommodation over three floors with five double bedrooms, good ceiling heights and large windows. Downstairs there is an entrance hall, a family kitchen, vaulted breakfast area with original bread oven, drawing room featuring an inglenook fireplace with wood-burner, exposed beams and stonework, a second reception room, library area and study.
On the first floor is a bright and spacious master bedroom suite, two further double bedrooms, one en suite, a family bathroom, and on the second floor, two further double bedrooms. Outside is a courtyard with two outbuildings, and a large terrace for alfresco dining.
£1.5m / €1.69m / $1.91m