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This well presented village cottage dates back to 1859 and provides bright and flexible accommodation.
The dual aspect sitting room offers an open fireplace, beamed ceiling and French doors opening into the double glazed conservatory. The dining room has a terracotta tiled floor, stone fireplace with beam over (fire currently capped off) and a built in dresser to the side. The cottage style kitchen has a vaulted ceiling, a range of cream base and wall units, ceramic sink with mixer taps over, built in dishwasher, double oven and five ring gas hob with extractor and space for fridge/freezer. The terracotta tiled floor continues from the kitchen through into the utility room which has double cupboards providing coat hanging space and broom cupboard, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, sink with mixer taps over and a wall mounted boiler. There is a ground floor bedroom and a bathroom with white suite comprising panel bath with mixer taps and electric shower, pedestal wash basin and low level wc.
The first floor master bedroom has a dual aspect with built in wardrobe and vaulted ceiling, an ensuite with double shower, pedestal wash basin and a low level wc. The second bedroom on this floor has a built in open fronted wardrobe and shelving. Also on this floor there is a galleried sitting room/occasional bedroom with views over the playing fields opposite.
Middle Barton is ideally situated to the North of Oxford within easy reach of Charlbury, Bicester North, Oxford Parkway and Lower Heyford railway stations. M40 motorway access is gained at junction 10. The village offers good local facilities including a Primary and Pre-School, 2 churches, a general store/post office and two pubs. There are also various clubs and social activities with Kirtlington polo ground close by. Middle Barton is situated only a short distance from Oxford, Chipping Norton, Bicester Village and Banbury, all providing a comprehensive range of shopping facilities.
The property is approached via a five bar gate and a gravelled drive provides ample parking and access to the garage which has light and power. There is also a useful garden store again with light and power.
The rear garden is West facing with a paved terrace which provides an ideal spot for al fresco entertaining. Steps rise to the lawn which is surrounded by shrub beds and borders. There is outside lighting and a tap.
Council Tax Band E. Gas fired heating.
Reception Room/Bedroom 3
Ground Floor Bathroom
Master Bedroom With Ensuite
First Floor Galleried Sitting Room/Occasional Bedroom
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