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Having been in the same family for approximately forty years this rarely available and highly unique home offers flexible accommodation with plenty of potential.
At the heart of the property is the original cottage which in its current arrangement contains the living room with open fireplace and door to the terrace and upstairs double bedroom with original feature fireplace and bathroom. The property has been significantly extended to include the current kitchen, diner and utility as well as the master bedroom.
On the first floor the two bedrooms both have views over roof tops to the Cherwell Valley beyond. To the other side of the house there has been a later addition which could easily be a separate annex including two bedrooms, bathroom and living room. This would be ideal as either a granny annex or for older children as it has its own entrance and could be completely separate from the main house.
Also located underneath the cottage is a very useful cellar currently being used as a study with the original coal shoot now a window providing natural light in from the garden. Two large attics provide useful storage. There is a completely separate detached annex (formerly a shop) believed to date back to the 1920's with telephone points, toilet and kitchen facilities providing excellent rental or home office potential.
The popular village of Steeple Aston is an ancient village mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The river Cherwell and the Oxford Canal run close by and further afield lies the market town of Bicester, which dates back to 1239. Steeple Aston is also convenient for both Oxford and Banbury and access to the M40 motorway can be gained at junction 10. There are rail links available in Heyford, Oxford, Banbury and Bicester (Bicester to London Marylebone approx 50 mins) plus within the village itself there is a shop/post office, very well regarded primary school and pre-school, public house, church, playing field and play park.
The property occupies an elevated position in the heart of this much sought after village and has an attractive private garden with lawn, many mature shrubs and bushes, well stocked flower beds and borders, fruit trees and three patio/seating areas. The property also benefits from a double garage.
Council Tax Band F. Oil fired heating to radiators. Solar panels-hot water only.
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