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A three bedroom semi detached barn conversion located in a small courtyard development towards the edge of the village. Constructed of brick and stone beneath a slate roof with wooden double glazed windows, the property offers character accommodation arranged on two floors retaining several period features including exposed purlins and rafters on the ground and first floor. On the ground floor split level accommodation provides a large sitting/dining room with seperate study/family room featuring a full height window to the front elevation. Solid floor coverings throughout the property include tiling and wood flooring and the inernal doors are wood panelled with wrought ironmongery.
Eydon is a vibrant community village located just off A361 between Banbury and Daventry. The village comprises of mostly local ironstone houses and cottages. The village does not suffer from “through traffic” so is mainly a quiet location. It provides a strong, community spirit with many clubs and societies such as the photographic club, amateur dramatics society, a historical research group and yoga classes. The village is served by a church, sports field with playground, village hall and an excellent public house. Nearby Culworth has a primary school and there are good local and private schools. The Carrdus (Overthorpe) and Winchester House (Brackley) which are both prep schools. Bloxham, Stowe and Tudor Hall are also within easy reach. More extensive amenities are available in Banbury, which has a range of shops and leisure facilities. Transport links are within easy access to the M40 motorway at Banbury and the M1 at Flore. There is a regular and direct rail service from Milton Keynes to London Euston (approx 30 minutes) and from Banbury to London Marylebone (approx 60 minutes).
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The property forms part of a courtyard giving access to four properties. A private gravelled driveway provides parking for two to three vehicles with a brick paved pathway leading to the front entrance. The gardens are set to the front of the property and are principally laid to lawn, enclosed by stone walling and post and rail fencing. The gardens are complimented by mature trees and flowering borders. At the rear of the property is a small enclosed paved rear courtyard. The property has external lighting and water supply.
Oil fired heating to radiators | Oil tank located at the end of the garden
Siting Room/Dining Room
Ground Floor Shower Room
Driveway for several cars
Enclosed Front Garden
Small Rear Courtyard
Small Courtyard development
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate