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A Grade II Listed four bedroom detached cottage located at the end of a no through lane opposite the church, standing in attractive walled gardens of approximately 0.141 of an acre. The property provides character accommodation arranged on three floors. Sympathetically maintained by the current owner the property comprises a welcoming entrance hall with a wide staircase leading to the first floor & doors give access to the adjacent rooms. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of base & eye level units with ample work surfaces & an integrated double oven. The windows to the front & rear elevations provide a good amount of natural light whilst for more formal occasions, the dining room provides a good entertaining space & has an open fireplace, a window to the front elevation with a window seat & french doors lead onto the rear garden. This room was once used as an art studio for the Art & Language movement & became the scene for a number of highly considered paintings. The sitting room is full of charm & character with a large inglenook fireplace. There is a window to the front & a useful walk in storage cupboard. The study completes the ground floor & has windows to two elevations. On the first & second floors there are four bedrooms. The first floor landing gives access to the master bedroom with an outlook across to the Church, two built in wardrobe cupboards & a door leads to an en-suite WC. In addition there is a generous second bedroom & a spacious bathroom with bath, sink, WC & bidet. To the second floor, there is storage in the eaves off the landing and doors lead to two further bedrooms, one having exposed beams & built in wardrobes.
Chacombe is situated to the north east of Banbury, just outside Middleton Cheney. The majority of the village was designated as a conservation area in April 1986. The village offers facilities to include a local public house & primary school. More comprehensive facilities can be found in nearby Banbury to include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, Gateway Retail Park and Spiceball Park Leisure Centre. A mainline railway station can also be found in Banbury & the M40 provides access to both London and Birmingham from Jct 11.
The property benefits from an immaculate west-facing rear garden enclosed by walling & fencing. Principally laid to lawn and complemented by well stocked flowering borders, mature trees & a paved terrace. There is also a timber shed.
Four Bedrooms Over Three Floors
Sitting Room with Inglenook Fireplace
Master Bedroom with En-Suite WC
Large Family Bathroom
Located at the End of a No Through Road
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