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Located in the Conservation Area of this sought after village, a beautifully presented stone built stable conversion which has been the subject of extensive renovation and extension by the current vendor. There are a wealth of period features including exposed stonework, wooden floors, ceiling beams and window seats. The accommodation comprises a spacious entrance hall, beautiful sitting room with an impressive stone inglenook-style fireplace with log burning stove and flagstone hearth. Study with fitted bookshelves and storage cupboards. Spacious kitchen/dining room with an extensive range of oak wall and base cupboards, tiled worktops and inset Baumatic 5 ring gas hob, two built-in ovens, integrated dishwasher, tiled flooring and glazed French doors to the garden. Rear lobby with stable door to garden and cloakroom with white suite.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing with eaves storage, master bedroom with Juliet balcony and built-in wardrobes, two further double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, large bathroom with white suite and a run of cupboards with space for tumble dryer and washing machine. Separate shower room with Rainforest shower.
Souldern is a picturesque village pressed up against the Northants border and lies against the wooded park, which runs beside the Ockley Brook as it flows from Tusmore and Croughton to join the river Cherwell. William Wordsworth once visited the village and found it so enchanting he penned a sonnet on "A Parsonage in Oxfordshire".
Being situated down a no through road Souldern lies approximately midway between the towns of Banbury and Bicester, affording excellent communications from either mainline railway stations or the M40 motorway at Junction 10. There are no shops within the village, however it has a public house namely "The Fox Inn".
To the rear of the property there is a delightful south facing well fenced, landscaped rear garden which is mainly paved with crazy paved pathways, seating areas, raised flower beds, specimen trees and oil tank. Large outside store. At the front there is a gravelled courtyard with two allocated parking spaces.
Council Tax Band D.
Some double glazing.
Oil fired central heating to radiators.
The neighbouring property has a pedestrian right of way though the rear garden.
Three First Floor Bedrooms
Separate Shower Room
Off Road Parking
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate