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This charming period village home offers spacious accommodation with an abundance of character features including exposed beams and timbers, Inglenook fireplace, Flagstone and Quarry tiled floors and exposed stonework.
The accommodation which is predominately arranged over two floors includes an entrance hall, sitting room with an attractive Inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. There is a large dining/family room which offers flexible accommodation which also gives access to a further reception room which has previously been used as either a 5th bedroom, playroom or study. The Kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of base and wall units, ample worktops with tiled splash backs, space and plumbing for a dishwasher with features including a gas fired 'Aga', exposed ceiling beams and a quarry tiled floor. Also on the ground floor there is a useful utility area including a laundry room, pantry and modern shower room.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms and a bathroom. A staircase leads from the main bedroom to the second floor where there are two attic rooms, the first has previously been used as an office and occasional bedroom, whilst the second room provides useful storage.
An internal viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this delightful period home. The property is offered to the market with NO UPWARD CHAIN
Aynho, which is situated south east of Banbury on the B4100 in the South Northamptonshire countryside, is often referred to locally as the Apricot village, as the cottagers used to have to pay the lord of the manor a toll in this fruit. The village is made up predominantly of period stone properties together with a limited number of more recent homes and has a good community spirit. Aynho offers The Cartwright Hotel, the Church of St Michael and a village hall. It is conveniently situated for access to the towns of Banbury and Bicester, both of which offer a comprehensive range of facilities. The renowned 'Bicester Village@ designer outlet is situated on the edge of Bicester. Whilst Soho Farmhouse is approximately 10.5 miles distant.
Primary and secondary schooling can be found in neighbouring villages. There is also a good selection of private schools locally to include; Winchester House, Bloxham School, Tudor Hall and Beechborough. Access to the M40 motorway can be gained at junction 10 (Ardley), There is also an excellent mainline train service (London Marylebone & Birmingham) from both Banbury & Bicester.
The front garden is laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders, plus steps leading down to a unique walled sunken garden dominated by a pond which is fed from a natural spring. From the sunken gardens there are steps up to the side garden which is lawned with well stocked flower and shrub beds and an attractive patio area.
To the rear of the property there is a gated driveway providing ample parking. This leads to the good size rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with fruit trees, two timber sheds and a decked area over looking a paddock with views beyond.
Council Tax Band F.
There is part flying freehold.
Fast Broadband connected.
Gas boiler in the utility.
Electric under floor heating in the ground floor shower room.
Dining Room/Family Room
Four First Floor Bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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