A three bedroom detached family home believed to have been built in 1962, the property sits in a generous corner plot. There is further scope with the property to extend subject to obtaining the relevant consents. Upon entering the property there is a hallway with downstairs cloak room. Leading off to the right is the dining room or occasional fourth bedroom. The sitting room runs full length from front to back with lots of light flooding in through the patio doors. The kitchen leads out into the conservatory which in turn leads into the rear garden. On the first floor there is a bright and airy landing, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom and a separate WC.
The pretty Cotswold stone village of Chesterton is approximately 15 miles north of Oxford and 2.3 miles south of Bicester. Within the village there are good local amenities including a primary school, Bruern Abbey Prep School, a new village hall, hotel and restaurant and The Red Cow Public House. On the outskirts of the village is Bicester Golf and Spa. The market town of Bicester has an array of amenities including cottage hospital, doctors’ surgeries, a selection of shops, restaurants, public houses, a new cinema, library and Bicester Village Shopping Outlet. The property is well placed for easy access to J9 of the M40. A regular train service to London/Marylebone leaves from Bicester North Mainline Station and also Bicester Village Train Station, approximately 2.5 miles distant.
The property is approach via a driveway currently providing parking for 2 vehicles, there is a planted front garden and an attached single garage. The main garden lies at the rear of the property and measures over 80 ft in length.
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