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Sitting in the very centre of Hook Norton, this charming and characterful Grade II Listed traditional ironstone cottage is believed to date from the 17th Century. The property is approached via a small cottage garden with picket fence The sitting room is a bright double aspect room with bay window to the front, wide elm floorboards, beamed ceiling, fireplace with open hearth and window seat looking onto the 88 ft. rear garden. Stairs lead down past a large airing cupboard to a well fitted kitchen with recessed downlights, ceramic tiled floor, integrated Neff electric oven and ceramic hob, integral fridge and freezer, and enamel sink. On the lower ground floor is a bathroom with traditional white suite and separate power shower. There is a double glazed conservatory with stone window feature, ceramic tiled floor and double doors to the rear garden.
Stairs lead up to a single bedroom on the first floor and on to a double bedroom with beamed ceiling and window seat giving views over the rear garden. Large oak-floored loft with window, power and light, accessed via drop-down ladder. Planning permission was previously obtained (now lapsed) to install a velux window to use as a home office.
Hook Norton, home to the famous Hook Norton Brewery is a classic North Oxfordshire ironstone village with a choice of traditional pubs, a shop including a Post office and medical, dental and veterinary surgeries. There are annual beer and music festivals and a fine church with 15th Century tower, a library, Primary School and village cricket, football, running and tennis clubs. The surrounding North Oxfordshire countryside offers beautiful walks, cycling, golf and horse-riding. Chipping Norton, c.5 miles away has a wider selection of shops, supermarkets, pubs, bars and restaurants and a Victorian Theatre. Soho Farmhouse is within easy reach at Great Tew. Fast trains to London, Birmingham and Oxford run from Banbury and Charlbury.
The 88 ft. South facing rear garden has a generous patio for dining. Steps lead down to a gently sloping lawn with flower beds and mature shrubs, a fine Weeping Willow and a vegetable plot. The rear gate provides access to Bell Hill.
Council Tax Band C.
Oil fired central heating to radiators.
We understand that there is a flying freehold over part of the property.
Planning Permission (now lapsed) was previously granted for a single storey rear extension.
No Onward Chain
Pretty Lawned Garden
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate