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Constructed of local ironstone beneath a tiled roof and wooden double glazed windows, the barn combines a stylish range of character features with all the benefits of modern family living. Prominent features include two stone fireplaces each fitted with multi-fuel wood burners, oak latched internal doors, exposed stonework and exposed ceiling beams. Offering flexible accommodation arranged over two floors with the benefit of a ground floor bedroom/or office space with its own independent access, telephone line and shower room.
The entrance hallway has a travertine tiled floor and doors lead to the family room and kitchen/dining room. Fitted with a range of bespoke units, the kitchen features a large central island with cupboards, drawers and shelving and is further complemented by a granite worksurface, power and LED lighting. Fitted appliances include an electric oven, hob, integrated dishwasher, American fridge/freezer and a Villeroy & Bosch double sink unit. In addition there is oak flooring, wooden worksurfaces, a cast iron radiator, exposed ceiling beams and a fireplace featuring a four oven electric Aga. The room provides space for a dining table and double doors provide access to the rear gardens with views across open countryside. The sitting room features exposed ceiling beams and a stone inglenook fireplace fitted with a ‘Clearview’ multi-fuel burner and the family room also features a stone fireplace again fitted with multi fuel burner.
On the first floor there are four further double bedrooms accessed by two separate staircases each serving two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom with views to the rear and across open countryside has a walk-in wardrobe, additional eaves storage space and an en-suite bathroom with a large shower cubicle and separate bath. The second bedroom is also fitted with two large double wardrobes.
Shenington is situated 5 miles to the west of Banbury, on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment. The village is dominated by a beautiful green surrounded by dark golden Hornton stone houses. Within the village there is an excellent and highly sought after primary school, a 12th Century Church and The Bell, a charming country pub, and an extensive range of walks, footpaths and bridleways are on your doorstep. A more comprehensive range of facilities can be found 10 minutes away in the nearby market town of Banbury, which also provides excellent train links (including London Marylebone in an hour and Oxford in 20 minutes) as well as access to the M40 motorway (via Jct 11).
The property is set behind picket fencing with a gated entrance and a pathway leads to the front door. A block paved driveway provides parking for several vehicles and leads to a detached double garage with power and light connected. The garage has an external staircase at the rear of the building giving access to an office above with a telephone line and eaves storage. The rear gardens are enclosed by mature hedgerows and enjoy far reaching views across countryside. Principally laid to lawn the gardens are complemented by a paved terrace and herbaceous borders stocked with a range of plants, shrubs and trees. There is also a children’s play area. In all 0.24 of an acre.
Oil fired boiler (utility room) serves domestic heating and hot water via radiators with under floor heating in the bathrooms. Private drainage. Mains Electricity. Broadband services by BT Infinity.
Local Authority Cherwell District Council
Property Tax Band G.
4 Double Bedrooms (Master with En-Suite Bath & Shower Room)
Ground Floor Bedroom 5 with En-Suite Shower Room
2 Family Bathrooms
Detached Double Garage with Office Above
1/4 Acre Grounds
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