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A charming country property that is offered with no onward chain and situated to the edge of this popular village. The property offers well balanced and light accommodation throughout and is situated on the edge of this sought after village to the north of Banbury. The accommodation comprises an entrance area which leads to an open plan sitting room and dining room with a fireplace and stove inset. The kitchen area offers a range of eye and base level units and overlooks the rear garden. To the first floor there are two bedrooms, each with built-in cupboards, and a bathroom. The property has oil fired central heating.
Wardington is situated to the north of Banbury on the A361 on the Oxfordshire/Northamptonshire border. The village comprises a mix of period homes and a limited number of more modern dwellings together with a fine parish church and two public houses. Primary schooling is available in the nearby villages of Chacombe and Cropredy, and secondary schooling is at the Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney. The market town of Banbury offers a range of facilities, a mainline railway station to London Marylebone, and M40 Jct 11.
To the outside the front garden is lawned with flowering borders and the rear garden is paved making an ideal entertaining area.There is a raised stone flower and shrub border and an additional border, outside electrical point and lighting. The gardens are fully enclosed and private with a gated access to the side as well as giving access to the garage.
Council Tax Band is C. The property has had oil fired central heating recently addedand is offered with no onward chain.
Open Plan Sitting & Dining Room
Garage With Access From The Garden
No Onward Chain
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate