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An individual and deceptive four bedroom split level family home located on the edge of the village, standing in grounds of approximately a quarter of an acre with attractive views across adjacent countryside. The property provides potential to add further value. Constructed of stone beneath a tiled roof with the appearance of a bungalow from the front elevation, the property provides flexible accommodation. A large entrance provides access to the principal rooms which include the sitting room and dining room which overlook the gardens and countryside views. The fitted kitchen leads off from the dining room, is fitted with a range of units and built in appliances and has access to the garden. The utility is accessed via a passage and has internal access to the double garage. The master bedroom features an en-suite shower room. There is a bathroom on the ground floor and a large double bedroom which has the potential to be used as a third reception room. The lower ground floor provides a further range of flexible rooms including two further double bedrooms, family room and bathroom. There is a large room/storage space with restricted head height, currently used as an office.
Horley is a Conservation village and is situated to the north-west of Banbury just off the B4100. This is an ironstone village with a Church at one end and a public house and various walks to include Edgehill, Upton House and Wroxton House. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the nearby market town of Banbury to include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, Banbury Gateway Retail Park, Waitrose and sporting facilities at the Spiceball Park Leisure Centre and Bannaytynes. Motorway access is on the eastern side of Banbury giving access to both London and Birmingham. The mainline railway station at Banbury gives a north and south rail link.
Set back from Hornton Lane, the property provides a gravelled driveway leading to the property and to a double garage. The front gardens are laid to lawn with mature hedgerow boundaries. There is access to the side of the property leading to the rear gardens.
The rear gardens are principally laid to lawn with views across adjacent farmland. A paved terrace is adjacent to the property with power, lighting and water supply. The gardens are complimented by well stocked flowering borders and mature trees including apple, pear and plum. The entire property comprises 0.28 of an acre adjacent to open countryside and views.
Four Bedrooms (One with En-Suite)
Grounds approaching quarter of an acre
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