Copper House is an excellent detached village home offering spacious well presented accommodation including an entrance hall, cloakroom, feature arched double doors lead from the hallway to the superb sitting room which has a stone fireplace with multi fuel stove, double glazed patio doors and double glazed windows. Arched double door also access the separate dining room again with double glazed windows. There is a useful study and the kitchen/breakfast room is a Hunts bespoke kitchen fitted with a range of base and wall units incorporating ample granite work tops, Bosch appliances including hob, double oven, cooker extractor, dish washer and fridge freezer plus island unit with solid oak work top. A utility provides plumbing for a washing machine, sink unit with cupboard below, base and wall units and space for a fridge freezer.
On the first floor there is a large master bedroom with fitted wardrobe cupboards and an en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms including a second en-suite shower room plus a family bathroom.
An internal viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate this delightful family home.
Croughton is a delightful rural village situated close to the borders of Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. Copper House is situated in the heart of the village within easy access of the Co-Op, tea-rooms, pub, primary school, nursery, village hall & playing fields and play park. Further facilities can be found close by in Brackley, Banbury and Bicester whilst the M40 can be accessed at Junction 10 giving links to Birmingham and Heathrow Airport. Main line train stations providing an excellent service to London from Bicester North, Bicester Village and Banbury.
The area is well served for schools including Croughton All Saints primary school in the village and Magdalen College in Brackley. Independent schools include preparatory at Winchester House (Brackley), Carrdus (Overthorpe), Beachborough (Westbury), and St Lukes (Banbury), with senior independent schools including Tudor Hall and Bloxham School (both Bloxham) and Stowe School.
Leisure activities in the area include numerous public footpaths and bridleways leading from the village, as well as golf at Cherwell and Whittlebury Park; motor racing at Silverstone; the renowned Bicester Village retail park.
There is a gravel driveway providing ample parking for several vehicles. This leads to the detached garage with twin up and over doors plus a staircase providing access to an attic room which would lend itself as a home office/hobbies room.
The property benefits from a large rear garden which is principally laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs, paved patio with brick retaining wall, pergola, timber garden shed and gated side access.
Council Tax Band E
Gas Fired Heating To Radiators
Detached Family Home
Three Bathrooms Two Being En-suite