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Situated within a lovely tucked away spot in this popular village, a beautiful character stone semi detached cottage with countryside views. The accommodation comprises an entrance porch which gives access to a lovely open plan sitting and dining room with exposed ceiling beams, flagstone floor and Inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. Doors give access to a larger than average utility/boot room (formerly the kitchen), a cloakroom and a separate study area. The kitchen and breakfast room has a range of units with integral dishwasher and an Aga (available by separate negotiation). To the first floor the master bedroom is split level and benefits from a dressing area. The second bedroom offers countrywide views and there is a family bathroom. To the second floor there is a further double bedroom, again with countryside views.
Wardington is situated to the north of Banbury on the A361 on the Oxfordshire/Northamptonshire border. The village comprises a mix of period homes and a limited number of more modern dwellings together with a fine parish church and two public houses. Primary schooling is available in the nearby villages of Chacombe and Cropredy and secondary schooling is at Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney. The market town of Banbury offers a range of facilities with a local mobile butcher that calls to the village on a Wednesday and a Saturday. Banbury's mainline railway station gives access to London Marylebone in under an hour as well as the M40 Motorway with access at Jct 11.
The front garden is laid to lawn with a pathway to the property with lavender to either side and driveway parking to the side. The property's rear garden has been designed by the current owners to encompass a range of colours and interest throughout the seasons. The garden is predominately lawned with deep filled cottage style borders that include an array of perennial flowers that include "David Austin" roses, clematis, hostas, acers, tulips, hellebores, peonys and geraniums. There are two established cooking apple trees and a vegetable plot to the rear of the garden that include strawberries, raspberries and blackcurrants. There is a "Robinsons" greenhouse and a sizeable shed with light and power.
The property has LPG central heating and a log burning stove within the sitting room. There is lapsed planning dating from 2008 for a 2 storey extension to create an additional reception room, cloakroom, master bedroom and an ensuite. Flying freehold, with the neighbouring property flying over this property on the utility room and study area.
Dressing Room To Master
Open Plan Sitting & Dining Room With Fireplace & Stove
Kitchen & Breakfast Room
Good Size Utility/Boot Room
Good Size Well Stocked Rear Garden
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