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Built in 1996 this stone built detached family house offers substantial accommodation together with an annexe and office which forms its own courtyard together with land of approx. 1.7 acres. The accommodation includes a large sitting room with an impressive brick fireplace, dining room, study, sun room, modern kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloakroom and ground floor shower room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms one of which is an en-suite to the master bedroom. In addition to the main house there is an annexe and substantial office which in turn leads to a TV/cinema room.
The much sought after village of Fritwell, which is located approximately 6 miles north west of the market town of Bicester and approximately 2 miles from junction 10 of the M40 motorway, offers a village shop/post office, public house and Church of England primary school. State secondary education can be found in Bicester or independent schooling in Brackley, Bloxham, Buckingham and north Oxford. A further extensive range of facilities can be found in Bicester, Banbury & Oxford, with an excellent rail service to London Marylebone from Bicester North station and easy access to the M40 at junction 10.
The overall plot extends to approx. 1.7 acres. There is parking for several vehicles, a barn and garage.
Council tax band G
Oil fired heating to radiators.
3 Reception Rooms
Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
4 Generous Bedrooms
Large independent Office
In all approx. 1.7 acres
No Onward Chain
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate