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A 4 bedroom character home just outside Banbury and with good access to the M40. There is a carbon neutral central heating system with a multi-fuel burning stove in the main reception room and the kitchen/breakfast room has an electric range cooker with space for a dining table .There is a an area of garden to the front of the cottage, laid mainly to lawn and the cottage has a mature rear garden.A shed provides further storage and there is off road parking on the driveway.Forming part of Myrtle cottage is Rose Cottage which can be a self contained annexe if required for either visitors or an au pair. Managed by the owner.
Culworth is located north east of Banbury in the South Northamptonshire countryside. It has a long street of stripy lime and ironstone cottages with a war memorial on the steps of the old cross. It is believed that Charles I first stayed here before the Battle of Cropredy Bridge. Amenities within the village include butchers, the Red Lion public house and a local village church. Primary schooling is available within the village and secondary schooling is at the Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Banbury to include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre and the Spiceball Park Leisure Centre. There is also a mainline railway station in Banbury. The M40 at junction 11 provides access to both London and Birmingham.
Garden, off road parking and a storage shed containing the wood pellet burner.
Off Street Parking
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate