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Hillside was built as a coaching house around 1890 and converted to a dwelling in the 1930s. The property benefits from 4123sqft of accommodation on two floors, with 3 spacious principal reception rooms, an atrium inspired reception, 5 double (en-suite) bedrooms and a self contained 1 bedroom annexe with it's own entrance and shower room.
Fulwell is an ancient hamlet which pre-dates 1200. The hamlet was revitalised in the 1800s and Hillside was built around 1890. In the nearby village of Evenley there is a village shop and Public House. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Brackley and Buckingham. There are good commuting links with the A43 which links the M1 and M40 motorways. Railway stations can be found at Milton Keynes (London Euston) and Bicester (London Marylebone).
Plot size 0.723 acres in total. Extensive secluded gardens and grounds with far reaching views. Double open fronted garage and further outbuilding. Single bank riparian rights to the River Great Ouse which borders the grounds to the lower side.
Local Authority: Cherwell District Council 01295 252535. Council Tax Band G. Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
open plan Sitting Room/Kitchen
Five double (en-suite) Bedrooms
Annexe with Kitchen
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