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This property's price has dropped from £499,500 to Guide Price £475,000.
A modernised and extended Grade II Listed cottage located in a quiet and discreet village within the rolling countryside to the north west of Banbury. The cottage, with original 17th century foundations offers well presented character accommodation arranged over two floors.
Constructed of local Hornton stone beneath a thatched roof the cottage has been sympathetically modernised by the current owners whilst maintaining a wealth of original features.
Internally, the property features an impressive sitting room with an inglenook fireplace, complete with bread oven, window seats and period windows. The modern kitchen is fitted with a range of base and eye level units complemented by granite worksurfaces and a generous dining area set into a second inglenook fireplace. On the first floor there are three bedrooms served by a modernised shower room with white sanitary ware, chrome fittings, marble tiles to floor and walls.
Shenington village is dominated by the village green, one of the last remaining traditional greens in Oxfordshire. Holy Trinity Church on the edge of the green dates from the first quarter of the 12th century with surviving Norman arch framing organ pipes. The village is made up predominantly of period stone cottages together with a more limited number of modern dwellings. Within the village there is The Bell Public House and a Primary School, both of which have an excellent reputation. There is a village shop in nearby Tysoe and more comprehensive range of facilities in the nearby market town of Banbury.
There are convenient transportation links via Banbury Train Station and to Junction 11 of the M40. The approximate time to London via road is 1.5hrs.
From the kitchen there is access to a small rear gravelled courtyard perfect for outdoor dining. The main garden is located behind the adjacent property accessed by a pathway. Enclosed by fencing, the mature gardens are principally laid to lawn with an array of plants. There is adequate parking for two vehicle to the front of the cottage and a drive to the side.
Sitting Room with Inglenook Fireplace
Family Shower Room
Tucked away location
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