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Situated within the heart of this incredibly popular village to the North of Banbury, a fine example of a character cottage the property offers a lovely mix of peace and tranquility with the convenience of modern day living. The sitting room offers an array of exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove. Characterful doors give access to a further study / second reception with fitted bookshelves, ceiling beams and a window seat. This room offers the additional benefit of an occasional bedroom if required. The kitchen, dining and family room offers a lovely entertaining space with an open plan feel and access to the rear garden. Within the kitchen area there is a large dividing granite work surface with a Heritage 4 oven with 2 hot plates and simmering plate, this does all the hot water, cooking and heating, it is low cost and very reliable. In addition there is space and plumbing for a dishwasher, a Belfast sink and a pantry cupboard. To the side there is a downstairs bathroom with additional plumbing and space for a washing machine. To the first floor the stairs lead directly into the main bedroom with an exposed character brick wall and beams, built in wardrobe with a further door leading through to bedroom two and a night cloakroom.
Cropredy is an attractive and interesting village located due north of Banbury and offers a mix of convenience and rural charm. It plays host to Fairport Convention’s popular annual festival. Within the village there are two pubs, a church, primary school and bus service to secondary schooling in Banbury. There is also a doctor's surgery and village store. Nearby Banbury has the Castle Quay shopping centre and Jct11 of the M40motorway. From Banbury there is also a mainline railway station, which provides services to London and Birmingham.
The rear garden is predominately lawn with a character brick path leading up the garden past a perennial flower and shrub border to the side. A paved seating area makes an ideal entertaining area with the garden enclosed by stone and brick wall to either side. To the very end of the garden a fence and gate give access to the oil tank, bin storage and a garden store. There is a right of access for this cottage and two others in the terrace.
Oil Fired Central heating. The property is Grade II Listed.
Sitting Room With Inglenook Fireplace
Study / Second Reception
Open Plan Kitchen/ Dining/ Family Room
Established Cottage Garden
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