An individual detached bungalow situated in a semi-rural position on the outskirts of the village. Standing in attractive gardens and grounds of approximately half an acre including a large pond and detached garage, the property also enjoys far reaching views across countryside.
The property, constructed in the 1960's of brick, beneath a tiled roof, has UPVC double glazed windows, oil fired heating and cavity wall insulation. There is also scope to enlarge the property, subject to the necessary planning consents. The versatile accommodation includes a separate sitting room with a wood burning stove and leads to a large kitchen/dining room to the rear of the property. The bedroom accommodation which is located off the entrance hallway, provides three bedrooms each with fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom. There is a boiler room accessed separately.
Farthinghoe is a hill top village along the A422 between Banbury and Brackley and is positioned about four miles from the M40 at Banbury and about six miles from the mainline railway at Banbury. The village principally comprises stone properties with some newer properties to match. It holds a commanding position overlooking the rural, rolling agricultural landscape, which typifies this part of South Northamptonshire. The property itself is adjacent to the Parish Church and Abbey Lodge which were given to De La Pres Abbey, Leicester in the C12th and form part of an important group of buildings detached from the core of the village
Standing in grounds of 0.53 of an acre, the property is approached via a tarmacadam driveway providing parking for several vehicles and leads to a detached single garage with power and light, a motorised roller door and pedestrian side access. The boundaries are enclosed by post and rail fencing, natural hedging and the mature gardens are laid principally to lawn with a paved terrace adjacent to the property. In addition there is a greenhouse, timber storage shed and external lighting and power. The gardens also feature a large pond.
Private drainage | Heating via an oil fired boiler (installed in 2018)
Front and Rear Gardens