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A substantial Grade II listed family residence that is offered with the potential to renovate/update to create a sizeable family home. The property boasts a wealth of local history and has been an integral part of village life throughout the years. Formerly a Coaching Inn, an auction site and The Rose & Crown public house, the property was separated from the Petrol Station forecourt in 1992. This substantial characterful property offers sizeable well proportioned rooms which include three reception rooms and a conservatory which overlooks the extensive gardens. To the first floor there are five double bedrooms with the master benefitting from an ensuite shower room. In addition there is a family bathroom, a cloakroom and a shower room to the ground floor.
Byfield is situated north of Banbury and offers a vibrant community ideal for families with facilities that include 3 floodlit tennis courts, an active tennis club, football club as well as an active cricket club, public house, school and bowls club. The property provides an ideal location to walk to the villages medical centre, two shops, the local Church as well as giving access to the petrol station. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Banbury, Warwick or Stratford with Daventry to the north as well as the popular Bicester Village Designer Outlet. From Banbury there is a main line railway station providing access to London Marylebone in under an hour, access to the M40 (Jct 11)motorway providing access to London and Birmingham.
The gardens to the property are to the rear and are a major selling point to this property. A sun terrace from the conservatory gives access to the extensive grounds which are mostly lawned and slope away to a small stream at the bottom of the garden. There are a number of established trees which include conifer and numerous apple trees. Throughout the garden there are a number of deep filled flower and shrub borders, magnolia, daffodils and pampass. To one side there is a stone wall and an ideal seating area to enjoy the sunlight throughout the day. With two garden stores, a brick outbuilding to the side (formerly the outside toilet) this currently houses the boiler with the oil tank situated to the side as well as gated side access. To the bottom of the garden there is access to parking via Church Street, this leads to a detached double garage.
Oil Fired Central Heating. Grade II Listed. No Onward Chain.
En-suite Shower Room
Three Reception Rooms
Detached Double Garage
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