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Situated within an enviable semi-rural position, Barn Cottage is a wonderful example of a detached 19th century barn conversion offering flexible and light open plan living with established gardens and views. The accommodation offers a lovely mix of quality character features which is rarely available to this extent. The entrance hall gives access to a bedroom/reception room with a curved window to the front. The kitchen and dining room is an open plan area, ideal for entertaining and with doors that offer a natural flow to the garden and terrace. Within the kitchen there are a range of quality fitted kitchen units, a Belfast sink, 5 ring hob, oven & grill with a canopied hood above. In addition there is a utility room that offers space and plumbing for a washing machine, an integral dishwasher and a door gives access to the garage with further access through to the sitting room which is circular in shape. This is a particular feature of this lovely property with a vaulted ceiling, exposed ceiling beams and chimney breast with a wood burning stove. To the side of the dining room there is a further bedroom/potential reception as well as a bathroom. The first floor landing is accessed via stairs with quality wooden balustrades. The landing area offers a very good degree of storage. Doors give access to three bedrooms one with an en-suite shower room and a bathroom with spa bath, low level wc, handwash basin and vanity unit below.
The property has oil fired central heating with the boiler housed within the garage.
Kings Sutton is located south east of Banbury off the A4260. This is one of the larger villages within the area and facilities include a local shop, village post office, two public houses & a tennis club. Primary schooling is available within the village, whilst secondary schooling is at the Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney.The village has its own main line railway station & is located between Jct 10 & Jct 11 of the M40. There are regular trains from Banbury to London Marylebone in under an hour (55 mins), Birmingham Snow Hill (55 mins) and Oxford City Centre (20 minutes), Birmingham International airport is 42 miles away for UK, European and New York flights. Surrounding areas of interest include the Soho Farmhouse and the Cotswolds town of Chipping Norton approximately 15 minutes away, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick, Leamington Spa and Oxford. Comprehensive shopping can be found at Banbury's Castle Quay and supermarkets include Waitrose, M&S, Sainsbury and Tesco.
The gardens are beautifully situated and are predominately laid to lawn with established trees including lilac, flowering cherry, laburnum and two apple trees. Surrounding the garden are well stocked perennial flower and shrub borders.The borders include an abundance of roses of all hues, iris, magnolia, bulbs and holly. Within the garden there is a further sun terrace to the side and double gates give access to the garden as well as the oil tank. In addition there is a workshop with light and power as well as a further storage room, log store, stone outbuilding and a studio room/outdoor office.
The property has oil fired central heating.
5 Bedrooms (three to ground floor
two to the first floor)
Open Plan Kitchen & Dining Room
Circular Vaulted Sitting Room
En Suite Shower Room
Outside Studio / Workshop
Stone Garden Store & Further Office
Established Mature Grounds
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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