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A delightful stone built detached bungalow situated in an elevated position within this sought after village with far reaching views to the front aspect.
The accommodation includes an entrance lobby, kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a modern range of base and wall units, ample work tops, single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, built in fridge and freezer, Neff hob, oven and cooker extractor, replacement double glazed window with views, larder cupboard and double panelled radiator. There is a useful utility with plumbing for a washing machine, a dining hall with wood block floor, wood burning stove and double glazed sliding patio doors and an excellent dual aspect sitting room with attractive fire place two double panelled radiators and a replacement double glazed windows with views to the front.
An inner hallway with wood block flooring, airing and linen cupboards and a replacement double glazed window provides access to the two double bedrooms both with replacement double glazed windows and one with an en-suite shower room including a shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. There is a separate bathroom with panelled bath, pedestal wash basin and low level WC with attractive floor and wall tiles.
Aynho, which is situated south east of Banbury on the B4100 in the South Northamptonshire countryside, is often referred to locally as the Apricot village, as the cottagers used to have to pay the lord of the manor a toll in this fruit. The village is made up predominantly of period stone properties together with a limited number of more recent homes and has a good community spirit. Aynho offers The Cartwright Hotel, the Church of St Michael and a village hall. It is conveniently situated for access to the towns of Banbury and Bicester, both of which offer a comprehensive range of facilities. The renowned 'Bicester Village designer outlet is situated on the edge of Bicester. Whilst Soho Farmhouse is approximately 10.5 miles distant.
Primary and secondary schooling can be found in neighbouring villages. There is also a good selection of private schools locally to include; Winchester House, Bloxham School, Tudor Hall and Beechborough. Access to the M40 motorway can be gained at junction 10 (Ardley), There is also an excellent mainline train service (London Marylebone & Birmingham) from both Banbury & Bicester.
The property is accessed via wrought iron double gates which lead to the drive and garage.
Gated side accesses provide access to the rear of the property which includes a raised vegetable garden, paved patio, plus a pathway leading to a further large area of garden with two green houses and a timber garden shed. Outside WC. Cupboard housing the gas fired boiler.
Council Tax Band E
Gas Fired Heating To Radiators
Far reaching Views To The Front Aspect
Modern Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Two Double Bedrooms
En-Suite Shower Room
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate