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A delightful well presented two bedroom first floor retirement apartment set within a sought after small development within walking distance of Deddington village centre with its comprehensive amenities.
The property is accessed via a communal entrance hall. The front door opens into a hallway with airing cupboard, good size reception room with double glazed sliding patio doors, Juliet balcony and views over the pretty communal gardens, glazed arched doors provide access to the kitchen which has a good range of base and wall units, inset stainless steel sink unit, ample work tops, cooker extractor hood, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer and tiled floor.
There is a double bedroom with built-in wardrobe cupboards, a further bedroom currently used as a dining room and a good size shower room with a large shower cubicle, Aqualisa shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC.
An internal viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this delightful retirement flat.
The village comprises some beautiful ancient honey-coloured Hornton stone buildings set around the historic Market Place, some of which date back to the 17th century. The village provides a range of independent shops, including a delicatessen, florist, boutiques and coffee shop, together with a great range of pubs, hotels and restaurants. There is also the beautiful parish church of St Peter & Paul, and an ancient Town Hall. A farmer’s market is held in the Market Place on the fourth Saturday of each month and creates a real buzz with stalls selling organic local produce. There are a wealth of clubs and societies to join and there is a primary school within the village.
The countryside around Deddington is scattered with lovely stone villages, including Kingham with Daylesford Organics close by, together with the Great Tew Estate and Soho Farmhouse is just a 10 minute drive away. Access to the M40 motorway can be gained at junctions 10 or 11. There is also an excellent mainline train service from both Banbury and Bicester.
Hudson Court benefits from a very pretty communal garden with flower borders and feature ornamental pond. There is an allocated parking space and visitor parking area.
Council Tax Band C. Gas fired heating to radiators. Double Glazing. The original lease was for 125 years dating from 1994.
The vendor informs us the charges are as follows: Ground Rent £45 per annum. Service Charges £1420 per annum (approx).
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