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A deceptive two bedroom period stone and rendered cottage situated close to the centre of the village with accommodation arranged over three floors. There are two separate ground floor reception rooms and a basement room, enclosed gardens, outbuilding and off road parking.
The property has a single storey extension to the front elevation and includes a stone fireplace to the sitting room and a beamed ceiling. The kitchen is fitted with base and eye level units and a range cooker (gas hob by LPG) with extractor hood fitted above.
Stairs lead down to a basement room (currently used as a cinema room) and up to the first floor where there are two bedrooms and a tiled bathroom with a white suite.
Hanwell is a pretty iron stone village situated north of Banbury. Within the village there is a church, children's playground, public house/restaurant & village hall and the Hanwell Castle and estate. Located between a variety of "Good" Ofsted inspected primary schools including Cropredy, Wroxton, Hornton and Shenington. For secondary schooling, Hanwell sits within the Warriner catchment. In the nearby market town of Banbury there is a mainline railway station to London Marylebone & access to Jct 11 of the M40.
The property is approached with a hardstanding for one vehicle with an adjacent timber workshop. The courtyard gardens are principally paved with external lighting and water supply. There are countryside walks from the property without going to the main road.
Oil fired heating to radiators
Off Road Parking
Oil Fired Heating.
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate