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Set in a quiet rural location this modern family home is built from Cotswold stone in a character style, with generous living accommodation arranged over two floors and extended and refurbished in the last 4 years. The 17' study features a wood burning stove and double French doors opening to the rear garden. The 28' open plan sitting/dining room has two sets of French doors opening to both gardens and a brick fireplace with wood burning stove. Adjacent to the utility room and downstairs WC is the recently extended triple aspect light and airy oak painted kitchen/breakfast room with roof lantern, seating area, granite dining table, island and matching work surfaces; walk in larder, built in fridge freezer, AEG steam oven and microwave, induction hob and Elica extractor fan, Electrolux dishwasher and Rangemaster wine fridge and boiling water tap; engineered oak flooring, three sets of bifold doors, under floor heating and newly installed light fittings. Upstairs the master bedroom is an impressive suite with triple aspect, fitted wardrobes, boutique bath and stunning wet room with Villeroy & Boch fittings, rainwater shower and Fired Earth tiles. There are two further double bedrooms and a single bedroom, all with beamed ceilings and one with built in wardrobe. The family bathroom features a high quality refitted suite with shower and under floor heating.
Fringford was the inspiration for Flora Thompsons' Lark Rise to Candleford trilogy, capturing the spirit of village life at the end of the 19th Century. Today Fringford is a sought after village with a renowned pub and restaurant, village hall, thriving primary school and playgroup, cricket club and an historic church. Surrounded by attractive foot and bridle paths, the location is close to Bicester, Buckingham and Oxford. There are frequent and fast rail services from Bicester North Station to London Marylebone (55 minutes) and the Midlands. The M40 Motorway is easily accessible at J9 & J10.
The property sits in the middle of its plot. To the front there is generous in-and-out gravelled driveway providing parking for several cars and a detached single garage with storage in the roof space, power and light. There is also an ornamental pond. The private and enclosed pretty rear garden has been landscaped mainly laid to lawn with two patios ideal for entertaining, the garden is bordered by hedges and features planted raised sleeper beds. The rear garden can be accessed from both sides.
Cherwell District Council: 01295 252535. Council Tax Band E.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating and part electric underfloor heating.
• Water tap gives instant hot water.
Master Bedroom ensuite
3 further Bedrooms
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