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Attractive double fronted, 17th century stone built cottage situated in a picturesque Square at the heart of this popular village on the Oxfordshire/Northants border. The well presented accommodation includes an entrance hall with central staircase, dual aspect sitting room with leaded windows, original wood lintels, ceiling beam and a stone fire place with cupboards to either side, separate dining room with exposed floor boards, beamed ceiling and fire place with wood burning stove. Also on the ground floor there is a rear lobby with a stable door to the garden, kitchen fitted with a range of base and wall units, work top, single drainer sink unit, built in oven, hob and cooker extractor, plumbing for a washing machine, window to the side aspect and a pantry housing the gas fired boiler. The ground floor bathroom has a panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. On the first floor there is a landing with access to the roof space via a loft ladder. There are two good size double bedrooms both with exposed original elm floor boards, windows to the front aspect and built in cupboards.
Viewing strongly recommended to appreciate this much improved cottage.
Aynho is conveniently situated south east of Banbury on the B4100 with easy access to junction 10 on the M40 (approx. 4.8 miles) and Bicester Village and Bicester North stations offer commuters an excellent service into London. It lies on the edge of the Cotswolds with Blenheim Palace, Chipping Norton and Soho Farmhouse all a short drive away. Nearby Banbury and Bicester have a comprehensive range of facilities.
It is a pretty stone built village dating back to mediaeval times and is often referred to as the Apricot Village as there is a long tradition of cultivating apricot trees against cottage walls. It benefits from the beautiful Aynhoe Park a venue for celebrity weddings and also for the Aynho Summer Fair. There are proud village traditions, in particular the May Queen celebration.
Aynho has a strong community spirit with a village hall offering many clubs and activities including guided weekly walks, a monthly village newssheet delivered to all residents and a well maintained website. There are 2 children’s playgrounds and a 7 acre recreation field which has a tennis court, running track and hosts football and cricket matches. The Cartwright Hotel offers good quality food, accommodation and function rooms.
Nearby Charlton has a Church of England primary school rated good by Ofsted. Local secondary schools include The Warriner at Bloxham as well as independent schools -Tudor Hall School (for girls) and the co-educational Bloxham School.
Immediately to the rear of the cottage there is an attractive courtyard which has paved and gravelled areas, flowers and shrubs, outside lights, outside taps and access to the studio which has some base and wall units, stainless steel sink unit, Velux roof light, light and power. From the courtyard a gate leads to a pathway which in turn leads to the woodland garden with mature trees and shrubs, seating area and summerhouse. The timber garden shed has power and light fitted. Side entrance to the garden with exterior light.
Council Tax Band E
Gas Fired Heating To Radiators
Fibre Broadband connection point to the front of the property.
Grade II Listed Cottage
Many Character Features
Separate Dining Room
Two Double Bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate