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An open plan living room leads directly into a conservatory with access into the garden which is low maintenance and laid mainly to lawn. The ability to open doors into both rooms from the hallway, creates good entertaining space with a flexible layout. The wood burning stove is both a character and practical feature in the main living room. The kitchen/breakfast room has ample space for a dining table and is equipped with a range cooker, and there is an additional living room which could also be configured as a dining room or even a children's play room instead. Upstairs there are five bedrooms and two bathrooms. Some of the bedrooms have useful built in wardrobes too. Managed by the owner.
Claydon is the most northerly village in the county and comprises mainly stone properties, a tranquil setting and is home to a fine parish church. The nearby village of Cropredy offers primary schooling, a shop and choice of public houses. Also worth noting is that Claydon affords easy access onto the M40 motorway at either Banbury Junction 11 or Gaydon Junction 12. A main line railway service at Banbury connects the town to Birmingham and London. The picturesque Oxford canal passes approximately ½ mile out of Claydon.
Garden and Garage.
Oil Central Heating
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