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A well presented detached three bedroom village home situated within this select development in this sought after village to the North of Banbury. The property is offered with no onward chain and has been lovingly looked after and maintained by the current owners. The entrance hall gives access to a cloakroom, the sitting room, the dining room which has double doors to the rear garden. The kitchen and breakfast room has a range of eye and base level units with an additional breakfast bar area. Within the kitchen there is a 4 ring Neff hob with hood above, an integral dishwasher, a Neff fridge freezer and washer dryer. The floor is tiled and there are downlighters. To the first floor the bedrooms are well proportioned all have wardrobes providing a good degree of storage. The master bedroom has an ensuite shower room, in addition there is a family bathroom.
Fenny Compton lies to the north of Banbury at the foot of the Burton Dassett hills, on the borders of South Warwickshire, South Northamptonshire and North Oxfordshire. In the village the Dassett Primary School field opens into Mill Lane, and the parish church, chapel, village hall (with post-office), supermarket, hairdresser and health centre/dispensary are all within walking distance of the property. The Oxford Canal and Marina are approximately a mile away. The market town of Banbury, with its major supermarkets and two shopping centres, hotels, rail and coach stations, cinema and sports centre, is approximately 11 miles away. Historic Warwick and Stratford upon Avon and the renowned Cotswolds are all approximately 20 miles away. Rail transport to London and the north from Banbury, as well as quick access to the M40 at Gaydon (Junction 12), and at Banbury (Junction 11) enable commuting to Birmingham, East Midlands and Heathrow Airports.
The front garden is low lying & mostly lawned. A driveway to the side gives access to the single garage with an up & over door. A gated side access can be found to one side of the property. The rear gardens & house enjoy sunlight throughout the day. Divided between 4 raised flower borders & large patio entertaining areas, the garden is a quiet retreat which has been carefully planned with archways, pergolas and a climbing rose intertwined. The garden gives an array of colour and interest throughout the seasons. Countryside views.
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