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Detached stone built village home offering flexible family accommodation including an entrance hall, small utility, dining/reception room with double glazed double doors opening onto the garden, useful study area, kitchen/breakfast room fitted with an attractive range of base and wall units, wooden worktops, 'Belfast' sink, built in fridge freezer and replacement double glazed window. The sitting room is a real feature of this property with a stone fire place, wood burning stove, staircase to the galleried landing, and a double glazed door opening onto the garden and patio.
Also on the ground floor there is an inner hall, large double bedroom and bathroom.
On the first floor there is a galleried landing, master suite providing bedroom, modern bathroom with free standing bath, walk in shower, pedestal wash basin and low level WC plus dressing room with a range of built-in wardrobes, cupboards and dressing table. There is a second first floor double bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
A viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this flexible village home.
Souldern is a picturesque village pressed up against the Northants border and lies against the wooded park, which runs beside the Ockley Brook as it flows from Tusmore and Croughton to join the river Cherwell. William Wordsworth once visited the village and found it so enchanting he penned a sonnet on "A Parsonage in Oxfordshire".
Being situated down a no through road Souldern lies approximately midway between the towns of Banbury and Bicester, affording excellent communications from either mainline railway stations or the M40 motorway at Junction 10. There are no shops within the village, however it has a public house namely "The Fox Inn".
The property has a garage with electric up and over door, light and power, oil fired boiler and personal door leading to the garden.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders, patio area, fruit tree, gated side access and oil tank.
Council Tax Band F
Oil Fired Heating To Radiators.
Sitting Room With Galleried Landing
Ground Floor Bedroom And Bathroom
Master Suite With Bedroom
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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