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Attractive Grade II Listed double fronted character cottage situated in a small side street just off the Market Place within this much sought after North Oxfordshire village. The property offers a wealth of period features including exposed beams and timbers, Inglenook fire place, window seats and exposed elm floor boards.
There is an entrance lobby, dual aspect dining room with fireplace and stone steps leading down to the cellar (currently being used as a playroom), sitting room with stone Inglenook fireplace and staircase to the first floor, kitchen/breakfast room including a range of base and wall units incorporating ample solid wooden worktops, Quarry tiled floor, built in oven and hob, plumbing for dishwasher and double doors opening onto the patio and rear garden. Also on the ground floor there is a useful utility and ground floor shower room including a large shower cubicle, low level wc and vanity unit.
On the first floor there is a study landing, two bedrooms and bathroom including a panel bath, pedestal wash basin and low level wc.
From the first floor there is a staircase rising to the second floor landing and two further bedrooms.
The village comprises some beautiful ancient honey-coloured Hornton stone buildings set around the historic Market Place, some of which date back to the 17th century. The village provides a range of independent shops, including a delicatessen, florist, boutiques and coffee shop, together with a great range of pubs, hotels and restaurants. There is also the beautiful parish church of St Peter & Paul, and an ancient Town Hall. A farmer’s market is held in the Market Place on the fourth Saturday of each month and creates a real buzz with stalls selling organic local produce. There are a wealth of clubs and societies to join and there is a nursery, pre-school and primary school within the village.
The countryside around Deddington is scattered with lovely stone villages, including Kingham with Daylesford Organics close by, together with the Great Tew Estate and Soho Farmhouse is just a 10 minute drive away. Access to the M40 motorway can be gained at junctions 10 or 11. There is also an excellent mainline train service from both Banbury and Bicester.
The walled rear garden includes a patio area, flower and shrub beds and borders, lawn, apple tree and further seating area in one corner with pergola and climbing plants. Covered well.
Council Tax Band E. Gas fired radiator heating.
Two Reception Rooms
Ground Floor Shower Room
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