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Located in this popular north Oxfordshire village this stone build mid terraced period home is offered to the market in need of renovation.
The front door opens into the sitting room which has an open fire place and stone feature wall. The sitting room leads into a kitchen/dining area, there is a little covered porch area that opens into the garden. The stairs to the second floor go up from the corner of the kitchen onto a landing which leads to the master bedroom at the front of the house, whilst to the rear of the property there is a second good size single bedroom and family bathroom with three piece suite.
Souldern is a picturesque village pressed up against the Northants border and lies against the wooded park, which runs beside the Ockley Brook as it flows from Tusmore and Croughton to join the river Cherwell. William Wordsworth once visited the village and found it so enchanting he penned a sonnet on "A Parsonage in Oxfordshire".
Being situated down a no through road Souldern lies approximately midway between the towns of Banbury and Bicester, affording excellent communications from either mainline railway stations or the M40 motorway at Junction 10. There are no shops within the village, however it has a public house namely "The Fox Inn".
From the back door is a small paved area with steps leading to the good sized rear garden. The garden is over grown with mature shrubs. To the rear of the garden is a timber framed greenhouse/shed.
Back boiler to coal fire for heating plus oil filled electric radiators
Upvc Double glazed
Council Tax band C
Kitchen/ Dining Room
Enclosed Rear Garden
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate