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An extremely spacious and characterful detached Hornton stone built family house, constructed in 1998, offering very versatile accommodation in a private location on the edge of Hempton village. The ground floor accommodation comprises a stunning double height reception hallway with flagged Yorkstone flooring and floor to ceiling windows. Cloakroom. Well appointed kitchen/breakfast room with oak storage cupboards and ample worktops, built-in Bosch dishwasher, Bosch double oven, Siemens induction hob with extractor, ceiling beams and Yorkstone flooring. Utility Room. Sitting room and Drawing room, both with feature fireplaces and log burning stoves and glazed doors onto the garden. Dining room and spacious office with built-in kitchen area. On the first floor there is an impressive galleried landing, five double bedrooms (four with ensuites), nursery bedroom and family bathroom.
Hempton is a charming small village situated approximately one mile west of Deddington, yet still remaining within the parish of Deddington itself. The neighbouring village of Deddington offers many amenities including several shops providing for everyday needs, post office, Health and Community Centres, library, hotels and restaurants, recreation ground, Church of England Primary School, and for people wishing to worship there is the Church of St Peter and St Paul and the Wesleyan Chapel. A further comprehensive range of facilities can be found in both Oxford and Banbury whilst access to the M40 motorway can be gained at either junctions 10 or 11. Banbury train station provides an excellent service to London Marylebone, Oxford, Birmingham and the north.
The house is approached via a gravelled driveway with plenty of parking, leading to a large garage with electric up-and-over door and loft space. The gardens which are just under 1/4 acre are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs and a south-facing sun terrace for al-fresco eating and entertaining.
Council Tax Band G.
Oil fired central heating to radiators.
Multi-room sound system.
Braced and latched interior doors.
Double Height Reception Hall
Five Double Bedrooms (Four Ensuite)
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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