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A handsome Grade II Listed stone built family home with elegant, well proportioned accommodation and a wealth of character features, including beautiful fireplaces, high ceilings, latched and braced shuttered windows, sash and leaded windows, window seats and flagstone floors.
Elegant hallway with balustraded staircase and under stairs cupboard. Dining room with French doors onto the garden, oak flooring and a stunning fireplace with an open hearth, being open to the kitchen, which has a good range of oak worktops, inset sink unit, base storage cupboards, built in dishwasher and 2 fridges, gas fired two oven Aga, wall storage cupboards and shelving, flagstone floor. Large cellar with barrel vaulted ceiling and wine store. Utility room with Belfast sink and separate WC. Sitting room with Inglenook fireplace. Drawing room with feature fireplace.
First floor landing with airing cupboard. Superb Master Bedroom suite with dressing room, extensive wardrobes and ensuite with free-standing roll top bath and separate shower. Three further double Bedrooms and family shower room with white suite. Large second floor bedroom with ceiling beams and loft access, ensuite bathroom with white suite and power shower over the bath.
Bloxham is located south west of Banbury on the A361 Chipping Norton Road. Within the village there is a range of amenities including post office, local shops, hairdresser, beauty rooms, golf driving range, petrol station, choice of public houses and doctors surgery. Schooling within the village includes primary, secondary and also Bloxham public school. There are several Churches including the fine St Mary's Church dating principally from the 14th Century. Some of the sporting facilities at Bloxham School are available to residents of the village during off peak periods and holidays. Bloxham is approx 3.5 miles from Banbury mainline train station with an excellent service to London Marylebone. There is also easy access to junctions 10 and 11 of the M40 motorway.
Double wooden gates lead to a gravelled driveway and stone outbuilding providing garaging for two vehicles and a workshop. Walled garden with extensive gravelled terrace and good size raised lawn with mature Walnut tree, Monkey Puzzle and Weeping Willow. Mature planting with Clematis, Honeysuckle and a variety of shrubs. There is also a gated 'cave' which may originally have been used as an Ice House.
Council Tax Band G.
Oil fired central heating to radiators.
Three Reception Rooms
Kitchen With Aga
Master Bedroom With Dressing Room and Ensuite
Three Further Double Bedrooms
Family Shower Room
Large Second Floor Bedroom With Ensuite
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate