Originally two cottages this detached period stone property is set in a rural location with stunning far reaching views. The property which has been in the same ownership for approx. 35 years offers
an entrance hall with tiled floor and coats cupboard, cloakroom with two piece white suite, an L shaped sitting room with stone fireplace, tiled floor, heavily beamed ceiling and French doors onto the garden. Steps lead down to the dining room which has a beamed ceiling, exposed stonework, French doors onto the garden and glazed double doors to the kitchen. The kitchen has a beamed ceiling, tiled floor and ample space for a breakfast table. There is a range of base level cupboards and drawers, electric oven, gas hob (LPG) and ceramic sink with mixer taps over and a useful pantry with power. The utility room has a deep glazed sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and cupboard housing the oil fired boiler and hot water tank. There is a side lobby which provides a useful boot room.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and French doors, a second bedroom with exposed A frame, built in wardrobe and sink, two single bedrooms and a small study. The family bathroom has a claw and ball roll top bath, pedestal wash basin, wc and separate tiled shower cubicle with glazed screen. There is a second bathroom with exposed A frame, pedestal wash basin, wc and bath with shower attachment over.
There is an attached, self-contained annex with kitchenette, sitting room, ground floor shower room and timber stairs rising to the first floor bedroom.
External boiler room with combi oil fired boiler serving the annex, plumbing for a washing machine, light and power.
Souldern is a picturesque village pressed up against the Northants border and lies against the wooded park, which runs beside the Ockley Brook as it flows from Tusmore and Croughton to join the river Cherwell. William Wordsworth once visited the village and found it so enchanting he penned a sonnet on "A Parsonage in Oxfordshire".
Being situated down a no through road Souldern lies approximately midway between the towns of Banbury and Bicester, affording excellent communications from either mainline railway stations or the M40 motorway at Junction 10. There are no shops within the village, however it has a public house namely "The Fox Inn".
The garden which benefits from stunning far reaching views extends to approx. 1/3 of an acre and is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedging and trees. Large paved patio, two storage sheds, fruit trees and a spring fed water feature. There are two oil tanks and gravelled off road parking for two vehicles.
Council Tax Band F
Private Water Supply and Septic Tank.
The house and annexe are served by independent oil fired boilers and electrical supplies.
Stunning Rural Location