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A most attractive, stone built detached barn conversion, requiring modernisation and located in a very tucked away location in this sought after rural North Oxfordshire village. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and comprises on the ground floor, an entrance hall with stairs to first floor landing, 'L' shaped sitting/dining room with French doors to the side, window seat and stone fireplace, small kitchen with worktops, wall cupboards, base units and sink unit, two bedrooms and bathroom with separate wc. On the first floor there are two further double bedrooms.
North Aston is one of three contrasting villages, which line the high land on the western side of the River Cherwell, between the river and the Oxford to Banbury road (A4260). The village comprises St Mary's Church, North Aston Hall, a manor house, large village green and a series of stone built cottages descending the hillside towards the River Cherwell at Somerton. There is also a well stocked garden nursery, the village has a vibrant community and holds numerous events throughout the year such as an Easter Egg hunt, Summer Fete, Garden Show, Harvest Supper and Carols On the Green at Christmas. The village is situated approx. 2 miles south of the market village of Deddington which offers many amenities including several shops providing for everyday needs, post office, Health and community centre, library, hotel, restaurants and recreation ground and a monthly Farmers Market. North Aston is a highly desirable village within close proximity of some of Oxfordshire leading schools. There are Primary Schools in Deddington and Steeple Aston plus a further comprehensive range of facilities can be found in both Oxford and Banbury whilst access to the M40 motorway can be gained at either junctions 10 or junction 11.
There is an excellent rail service from Banbury and Bicester to London Marylebone.
Merrystones is set with at the back of a large garden with extensive lawns, mature flower borders and specimen trees. There is a good size storage shed. The property is approached via a driveway and provides ample parking with scope for the erection of a garage (subject to planning consent).
Council Tax Band E.
Oil fired central heating to radiators.
Septic tank sewerage.
'L' Shaped Sitting/Dining Room
Two Ground Floor Bedrooms
Two First Floor Bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate