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This detached village home which was built in the mid 1960's has been extended to provide excellent family accommodation situated in an edge of village location with farmland views to the rear.
The accommodation includes an entrance hall, sitting room with stone fireplace, good size kitchen/breakfast room including a range of base and wall units, ample worktops, built in oven and hob, cooker hood, plumbing for a washing machine, walk in larder cupboard and oil fired central heating boiler. Also on the ground floor there is a second reception room with double doors opening onto the garden, a wet room and lobby with useful storage cupboard.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, a further single bedroom and a family bathroom with panelled bath, pedestal wash basin and low level WC
A viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate the potential this family home offers.
The villages of Barford St Michael and Barford St John are opposite one another across the shallow valley of the River Swere. The village of Barford St Michael has a farm shop/post office, village hall, church, recently refurbished pub and a thriving community with numerous clubs and activities. For primary schooling the village falls within the catchment area of both Deddington & Bloxham whilst secondary schooling is at The Warriner in Bloxham. There are also excellent independent schools in the area to include; Bloxham, Tudor Hall and Sibford. The neighbouring village of Deddington offers further amenities plus comprehensive facilities can also be found in both Oxford and Banbury. Access to M40 Motorway can be gained at Junction 10 or 11 and mainline rail services are available from Kings Sutton, Banbury & Bicester. The popular 'Soho Farmhouse' is 6 miles distant.
The attractive gardens extend to both the front and rear. To the front of the property there is an area of lawn, mature shrubs and bushes, flower beds and a driveway leading to one side of the house providing access to the detached garage and parking for several vehicles.
The rear garden which overlooks farmland is again laid to lawn with trees and shrubs, garden store, shed and greenhouse, lean-to store and oil tank.
Council Tax Band F
Oil Fired Central Heating
Farmland Views To The Rear
Scope For Modernisation
Attractive Front & Rear Gardens
Off Road Parking & Garage
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