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This charming three bedroom period stone cottage has a wealth of character features believed to date from the early 1800's. Located within the popular village of Sibford Ferris. The accommodation is over three floors with the entrance hall providing access to the downstairs cloakroom and stairs to the first floor with further steps down to the living room with a working multi fuel burning stove. The kitchen has space for a table and chairs also has a Range master stove with a gas (LPG) hob, electric oven below and extractor canopy above.
On the first floor is the master bedroom with windows on 2 sides with an en suite shower room, a second bedroom and family bathroom. An enclosed staircase rises from the landing to the third floor bedroom which is the length of the property with a vaulted ceiling and views across the village and garden.
Sibford Ferris, and the adjoining village of Sibford Gower, are located to the west of Banbury towards the Cotswolds, just off the B4035. The Sibfords are situated on the west side of Banbury on either side of a brook. The Ferrirs family held land on one side in the 11th and 12th Centuries and Thomas Guher on the other side. Both are rustic cottagey places with gardens and a duck pond. There is a large Quaker school at Sibford Ferris and a meeting house at Sibford Gower. The villages are normally associated as one and their combined amenities include a local shop/post office, two public houses, a primary school and a private secondary school. From the market town of Banbury there is Junction 11 of the M40 motorway together with a mainline railway station to London, Birmingham and beyond.
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