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An impressive detached stone period property with a separate detached cottage offering the potential for use as an annexe or occupation for a multi-generational family, rental investment, bed and breakfast or an office/workplace. Internally, the property provides many period and character features including a deep inglenook fireplace which opens to the snug which has Oak flooring on one side and the family/sitting room on the other which is carpeted, each room is further complemented by exposed ceiling timbers and stonework. The family room is dual aspect with a window seat, whilst the sitting room has French doors to the garden and the vaulted conservatory also provides access to the gardens. The kitchen is fitted with a range of built in appliances and features a Rayburn set into a former chimney breast. The separate cottage is detached and completely self contained with a fitted shaker style kitchen and a feature sitting room with a vaulted ceiling. Attached to the garage, the cottage provides scope for enlargement by incorporating the garage space.
Byfield is situated north of Banbury on the A361 and offers facilities to include a primary school, a Public House, Post Office, a local village store, Garage and a medical centre as well as multiple sports facilities including a tennis club and bowling green. There is also a bus service to Banbury, Daventry and Northampton. Further facilities can be found in Banbury to the south and include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, a mainline railway station into London (Marylebone) and Junction 11 of the M40 motorway. Access on to the M1 can be gained at Junction 16 near Daventry to the north.
The property is approached by a carriage gravelled driveway providing parking for several vehicles leading to a separate double garage (which is attached to the cottage). A pedestrian gate provides access to an attractive front paved courtyard giving access to the main house and cottage. Steps lead to garden that sweep around the side and rear of the property. Principally laid to lawn, the gardens are complemented by well stocked flowering borders and a further paved seating area. On the far side of the property, there is a further courtyard with steps leading down to the driveway.
Gas fired heating | Property Tax Band G | Leaded light double glazed windows | Cottage/Annexe EPC rating D
Main House: Four Bedrooms
Four Reception Rooms
Gardens (In All about 0.39 of an acre)
Cottage: Sitting Room
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