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An extremely pretty period cottage enjoying a sought after location situated down a small no through lane made up of attractive period homes. The well presented accommodation includes a delightful sitting room including a lovely inglenook fire place with wood burning stove and bread oven, staircase rising and turning to the first floor, radiator and ceiling beam. Also on the ground floor there is a kitchen fitted with bespoke handcrafted units, wooden work tops, inset sink with mixer tap and drainer, plumbing for a washing machine and terracotta flooring. There is a lobby just off the kitchen with a window to the rear and a door to the courtyard garden. On the first floor there is a good sized double bedroom with a built in wardrobe and hanging rail, further built in cupboard with velux window, radiator plus access to the loft space. The bathroom includes a panelled bath with mixer tap, shower over and shower screen, pedestal wash basin, low level wc and radiator. The property benefits from gas fired heating to radiators and newly fitted double glazed windows. Viewing recommended.
The popular village of Steeple Aston is an ancient village mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The river Cherwell and the Oxford Canal run close by and further afield lies the market town of Bicester, which dates back to 1239. Steeple Aston is also convenient for both Oxford and Banbury and access to the M40 motorway can be gained at junction 10. There are rail links available in Heyford, Oxford, Banbury and Bicester (Bicester to London Marylebone approx 50 mins) plus within the village itself there is a shop/post office, very well regarded primary school and pre-school, public house, church, playing field and play park. Also within easy reach there is Soho Farmhouse, Blenheim Palace and Bicester Village.
The property enjoys a pretty courtyard garden with raised flower beds which is enclosed by attractive stone walling with a gate to the front aspect. There is a further small area to the rear with space for a garden shed and bins. To the front of the cottage there is a raised flower border and a small gravelled area, which is used for parking by the current owners.
Council tax band C
Gas fired heating to radiators
Newly fitted double glazed windows.
Sitting Room With Inglenook Fire Place
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate