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This attractive brick built semi-detached village home has been extended and improved by the current owner and now provides bright and contemporary accommodation with a garden in excess of 100ft.
The property is accessed via the new side entrance hall which has a tiled floor and stairs rising to the first floor. To the front of the property there is a sitting room with an open fireplace, bay window, exposed floorboards, high ceiling and deep skirting boards. The Kitchen/Breakfast room has been recently refitted with a good range of modern base and wall units, oak worktops and up stands, deep double ceramic sink with mixer taps over, double electric range cooker with 6 ring gas hob and extractor over, built in dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, breakfast bar and exposed floorboards. There is a useful utility/cloakroom with space for stacked washing machine and tumble dryer, low level wc, wash basin and under stairs storage. The garden room/day room is a recent addition built in brick under a part vaulted slate roof and offers a lovely tiled open plan dining/living space with bi-fold doors onto the rear garden.
On the first floor there is a landing with hatch to the loft space, two bright double bedrooms and a large bathroom comprising of a roll top bath with mixer taps over, separate glazed shower, low level wc, pedestal wash basin, half height tongue and groove and shelved linen cupboard housing the combination boiler.
The village of Deddington offers many amenities including several shops providing for everyday needs, post office, health and community centres, library, hotels and restaurants, recreation ground and for people wishing to worship there is the Church of St Peter and St Paul. Also within the village there is the Church of England primary school plus Deddington falls within the Warriner catchment for secondary education. A further comprehensive range of facilities can be found in both Oxford and Banbury whilst access to the M40 motorway can be gained at either junction 10 or 11 and mainline rail services are available from Banbury & Bicester.
The enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and extends to in excess of 100ft with well stocked flower beds and cherry, apple and silver birch trees. Large paved seating area with outside lighting, power point, outside tap and timber garden shed.
Council Tax band C.
Gas fired central heating to radiators and under floor heating in the garden/day room.
We understand subject to the necessary planning permissions there is scope to convert the attic into another room/ bedroom.
Two Double Bedrooms
Garden in excess of 100ft
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate