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Built in the 1950s and extended since, this fine property occupies an enviable enclosed garden plot of 0.364 of an acre.
To the ground floor the spacious Reception Hall has a Cloakroom and french doors to the garden. The Hall also provides access to a dual aspect Drawing Room with an open fireplace, a formal Dining Room and a fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room with a door to the garden. Off the Breakfast Area is a Utility Room, a Sitting Room and a Study. The generous versatility of the accommodation continues to the first floor, where a landing with balcony access serves 4 Bedrooms all with pleasant garden views. There is a dual aspect Master Bedroom with en-suite bathroom and fitted wardrobes, a Guest Bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further Bedrooms and the Family Bathroom.
The South Northamptonshire town of Brackley lies between Banbury in North Oxfordshire and the county town of Buckingham. The town prospered during the 18th and 19th Centuries as an important stopping off point on the Oxford-Northampton coaching route. Several inns can still be seen in the town centre. Today the town is centred around the Market Place and High Street with the focal point being the free standing Town Hall built in 1706 for the first Duke of Bridgewater. The town offers many facilities including supermarkets, doctors, dentists, schooling, a leisure centre and a swimming pool. The town is conveniently located for the A43 dual carriageway providing access for the M1 and M40 motorways. Railway services can be found at Banbury and Bicester (London Marylebone). An enviable range of educational resources populate the area, including Winchester House, Stowe School, The Royal Latin Grammar School, Akeley Wood, Beachborough and Buckingham University.
The property occupies an enclosed garden plot of in excess of a third of an acre at 0.364 in total. The mature gardens provide privacy and seclusion at a level that is hard to reconcile with the most convenient distance to town. Laid to lawn with a profusion of trees, shrubs and plants, a charming rear patio overlooks the rear garden, with a spacious storage shed. To the front there is an impressive gravelled drive providing parking for a large number of vehicles.
Continue along Hinton Road and a lane ensues, terminating in a small parking area serving St James Lake. We are informed that this impressive three acre lake will challenge the keen licensed angler with the likes of bream, carp, roach, rudd, tench, perch, pike, chub and gudgeon.
South Northants District Council 01327 322322. Council Tax Band E. Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
two Bedrooms with en-suite Bathrooms
two further Bedrooms
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