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A detached Grade II Listed period stone cottage situated in the heart of this well served north Oxfordshire village. The property stands under a thatched roof and retains character features. In the sitting room there is a large inglenook fireplace with canopy and stone hearth, a beamed ceiling, a shelved former window recess, and timber flooring which extends through to the separate dining room from where an open tread staircase rises to the first floor. A stable door and stone steps lead to the kitchen/breakfast room which has a slate tiled floor and is fitted with a range of modern units which include a built in oven and hob with extractor over, and plumbing for appliances. A glazed door leads onto the rear garden. Off the kitchen there is an inner lobby which in turn leads to the bathroom. The bathroom has a white suite and a continuation of the slate tiled floor. Upstairs there are three bedrooms. The master bedroom has exposed roof timbers, a window seat and built in wardrobe.
Bloxham is a large ironstone village south west of Banbury on the A361 Chipping Norton Road. Within the village there are a range of amenities including post office, local shops, hairdressers, petrol station, choice of public houses, a village church, dentist and doctor's surgery. Schooling within the village includes primary, secondary and a public school. Further facilities can be found in the nearby market town of Banbury including a mainline railway station to London Marylebone, and M40 Jct 11.
The property stands within a mature garden bounded to one side by a small brook. The southerly front garden is enclosed by a combination of stone walling and roses. Within the garden there is a lawn with shrub borders, a rockery, and a stone path to the front door. To the side of the cottage there is a useful storage area, a timber shed, and gate to the rear garden. The rear garden also borders the brook and is stocked with a variety of established flowers and shrubs. A paved patio extends across the back of the cottage and opens onto a lawn. To the side of the cottage there is a block paved parking area.
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