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A stunning example of a fine Georgian residence having been renovated to a very high standard by the current owners. The property offers light and spacious accommodation over three floors with the kitchen, breakfast and family room giving a wonderful open plan feel with glazing across the rear of the property to encompass the garden as a further entertaining area. The quality Sheraton kitchen offers a central island with granite worksurface, an Aga with 5 ring induction hob, grill, plate warmer and two full size fan ovens (by separate negotiation), integral dishwasher, integral fridge & freezer and Belfast sink. Off of the kitchen is a utility room and cloakroom with a door from the entrance hall giving access to a cellar. To the front of the property there is a lovely and light sitting room with wood burning stove and a dining room with ornate character fireplace, both with bay windows. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a further study or possible bedroom. One bedroom has direct access to the Jack and Jill bathroom, another has its own ensuite shower room. To the second floor there are two further bedrooms, one currently used as a dressing room with access to an ensuite shower room which in turn leads to a small kitchenette with sink and onto the master bedroom with dual aspect, vaulted ceiling, exposed ceiling beams and a cast iron feature fireplace with television above.
Kings Sutton is located south east of Banbury off the A4260. This is one of the larger villages within the area and facilities include a local shop, village post office, two public houses (one of which was winner of the best gastro pub by the Oxfordshire Restaurant Awards in 2014) and a tennis club. The village has its own main line railway station where London Marylebone and Birmingham can be accessed in around an hour. By road King Sutton is located between junction 10 of the M40, for those wishing to go south, and junction 11 for those wishing to travel north and the motorway can be easily reached in 15 minutes. Primary schooling is available within the village (Ofsted rating “good"), whilst secondary schooling is at the Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney or Bloxham School, in Bloxham.
The property is approached via steps from Red Lion Street with a retaining stone wall. To the right of the property a driveway leads to the rear garden area with gravel parking for a number of vehicles and a brick garden store and bin storage area to the side. The main garden is divided between a large patio area which leads from the kitchen, breakfast & family room, it makes an ideal entertaining space with steps that lead up to the lawned garden with deep filled flower borders with a range of topiary, lavender and other established herbaceous planting. The garden is enclosed by fencing, established trees and hedgerow giving a good degree of privacy and seclusion.
The property has been an instrumental part of the village history throughout the years. The property has previously been the village convenience store owned and run by the local Bevis family. The property has gas central heating with the boiler housed within the kitchen units and BT infinity.
3 Ensuite Facilities (1 Jack & Jill)
Sitting Room With Wood Burning Stove
Dining Room With Character Fireplace
Open Plan Kitchen
Breakfast & Family Room
Utility Room & Cloakroom
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