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A deceptive three bedroom stone fronted cottage style property having been sympathetically modernised and now offering well proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors, a single garage and attractive rear gardens. On the ground floor a Bamboo wood floor runs through the hall and reception rooms. The sitting room features a fireplace with log burner. The kitchen has underfloor heating, a ceramic tiled floor and is tastefully fitted with wooden units, Oak worksurfaces and features a central island. Fitted appliances include a Stoves triple oven with induction hob and grill, two fridges, freezer, built-in microwave, boiling water tap and a dishwasher. On the first floor all the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has a new en-suite shower room with underfloor heating, featuring a Victorian wash stand with twin sinks on a marble base, walk in shower with overhead drench shower unit.
Wroxton is a pretty ironstone village located to the north west of Banbury on the A422 Stratford Road. The village has many period cottages including those which are centred around the village Green and its adjoining duck pond. From the heart of the village a long driveway leads up to Wroxton Abbey, a Jacobean manor house, the grounds of which are open to the public and offers a pleasant walk around the lakes. Within the village there is a fine church and a thatched Roman Catholic Church, two public houses, the Wroxton House hotel, and a popular primary school. More comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in the nearby market town of Banbury. From Banbury there is a mainline railway station to London Marylebone and Junction 11 of the M40 motorway.
The property is set behind stone walling with two steps to the front entrance. A pedestrian pathway runs along the side of the property. The rear garden is enclosed by fencing and walling and steps lead to a raised rear garden, principally laid to lawn and complemented by well stocked flowering borders with a timber decked area. A pathway leads from the garden and extends behind the garages with a gated access opening to the parking area with designated parking for one/two vehicles.
Oil fired heating | Double glazed windows| Council Tax Band E | Superfast Broadband supplied by Plus Net.
Three Double Bedroom
Garage & Private Parking
Built-in Appliances in kitchen including boiling water tap
Sought after village school
Cottage style property
Underfloor heating to kitchen & En-Suite Bathroom
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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