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Dating from the 18th Century, an individual four bedroom detached period stone cottage located towards the edge of the village. Offering well presented accommodation arranged over two floors, the property backs onto farmland and is constructed of stone beneath a slate roof with modern Upvc windows. Danvers Cottage has been sympathetically and tastefully modernised by the current owner retaining many period features whilst providing all the comforts of modern living including white sanitary ware and a well fitted modern kitchen with fitted appliances.
On the ground floor there is a sitting room with a wood burning stove, a separate dining room, a fitted kitchen, again with a wood burning stove and a separate utility room. There are two staircases which lead to the first floor providing access to the four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate WC. From the first floor there is an additional staircase which leads to a useful attic/storage room with a window and is ideal for occasional use.
Culworth is located north east of Banbury in the South Northamptonshire countryside and is a conservation village. It comprises a long street of stripy lime and ironstone cottages with a war memorial on the steps of the old cross. It is believed that Charles the first stayed here before the Battle of Cropredy Bridge. Amenities within the village include butchers, the Red Lion public house and a local village church. Primary schooling is available within the village and secondary schooling is at the Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Banbury to include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, Gateway Retail Park, Waitrose and the Spiceball Park Leisure Centre. There is also a mainline railway station in Banbury (London Marylebone and Birmingham). The M40 at junction 11 provides access to both London and Birmingham.
Being set back from the village road with access to the front of the cottage, there is also a gated access to the side which leads to the gardens. Benefitting from a southerly aspect and stone walling, the enclosed gardens also enjoy views across adjacent farmland with steps through a further retaining stone wall and central pathway, leading to an attractive lawned area which is further complemented by well stocked flowering borders.
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