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A charming two bedroom semi detached character cottage situated within a lovely tucked away position within this popular village to the West of Banbury. The cottage is accessed via steps up from Bakers Lane and gives access to an entrance hall with doors to the ground floor accommodation and stairs to the first floor. The cottage sitting room has a characterful stone fireplace, ceiling beams and a window seat. There is a dining room and a separate kitchen. A second entrance hall gives access to the downstairs cloakroom as well as a further access to the side of the property and parking. To the first floor there are two good size bedrooms and a bathroom.
Swalcliffe is situated in undulating countryside south west of Banbury. The village has an irregular layout consisting essentially of one main street, which takes a twisting course incorporating quiet and narrow lanes exuding a sense of history. There are several interesting clusters of cottages around which are set other detached properties and neat terraced rows. These traditional building materials and design features help to give a sense of unity throughout the conservation area of the village. Comprehensive facilities can be found in Banbury to include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre and the Spiceball Park Leisure Centre. Local schooling includes the Warriner Secondary School in Bloxham with a bus service from the village, Primary Schooling at Sibford Gower. Communication is via the M40 at junction 11 giving access to London and Birmingham. Other surrounding towns include Stratford, Leamington Spa, Northampton, Milton Keynes and Oxford. There is also a mainline railway station with services to London and Birmingham
The pretty cottage garden sits to the front of the property offering a range of well stocked perennial flower and shrub borders with colour throughout the seasons.
Within the two double bedrooms there are built-in wardrobes and hand wash basins. The garden to this cottage is to the front - there is no rear garden. A parking bay can be found to the side of the property or alternatively the property could be enlarged to the side subject to the necessary permissions.
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