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This semi detached home has been extended and improved by the current owners and now provides family friendly accommodation arranged over three floors. The property is accessed by a pedestrian footpath with a gated front garden. Steps lead down to the oak front door where there is a tiled entrance hall and a ground floor shower room with a white suite and underfloor heating. The sitting room has a wood burning stove and stairs rise to the first floor. The kitchen/dining room has been extended and now provides ample space for a table and is fitted with a range of cream wall and base units under oak worktops. Built in fridge, double oven, induction hob, dishwasher and ceramic sink with mixer taps. The utility room houses the oil fired boiler, has plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. On the first floor the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a deep airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. The second bedroom also has built in under stairs storage and chest of drawers. There is also a third bedroom and a family shower room fitted with a white suite. Stairs lead up to an attic room which has a window and 2 Velux roof lights, deep eaves cupboards and further storage.
Duns Tew is an attractive village with a Parish Church and Village Hall along with the White Horse, a 17th Century Coaching Inn, now a local friendly country pub and restaurant. The village is situated between Banbury and Oxford approx. 3 miles from the busy market village of Deddington which offers an excellent range of amenities. Banbury and Woodstock provide more extensive shopping amenities with nearby Oxford providing further cultural and leisure facilities. In addition to Deddington there are Primary Schools in Steeple Aston and Great Tew. Good local secondary schools include the Warriner School in Bloxham and Marlborough School in Woodstock. Duns Tew is located approx. 7 miles from Junction 10 on the M40 and approx. 10 miles from the new Oxford Parkway station near Kidlington. There are also existing rail services from Banbury, Kings Sutton and Bicester North.
The front garden has deep planted flower beds with a central pathway leading to a paved seating area. Side access and oil tank. The rear garden is mainly laid to decking and is divided in to different seating zones with raised, well planted flower borders, mature acer and climbing wisteria. Two storage sheds. Outside light and power. At the bottom of the garden there is an open fronted single garage with light and power.
Oil fired heating. Solar panels. Tax Band C.
Sitting Room With Wood Burner
Utility and Shower Room
Three First Floor Bedrooms
Front And Rear Gardens
Open Fronted Garage
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