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School House is an attractive detached period stone house set towards the end of a no through lane with well proportioned accommodation and lovely views of the Church and fields beyond.
The characterful accommodation consists of a hall with built in coats cupboard and stairs rising to the first floor, sitting room with beamed ceiling, stone fireplace and double doors opening into a conservatory with tiled floor, exposed stone wall and French doors onto the rear courtyard. There is a dining room with Parquet flooring and built in cupboard, a seperate study, an inner hall with storage cupboard and access to the cellar with descending stone steps and light and power.
The kitchen is well fitted with a range of oak base and wall units, Granite worktops, double stainless steel sink with mixer taps over, Pewter 4 oven Aga plus additional Module with electric double oven and gas hob, built in dishwasher, 2 under counter fridge’s, French doors opening onto the rear courtyard and tiled flooring which continues through to the inner lobby. Cloakroom with exposed stone wall, low level wc, wash basin and utility room with wall mounted boiler, pressurised hot water cylinder, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for fridge/freezer, secondary stainless steel sink with mixer taps over and courtesy door to the double garage.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with built in wardrobe and lovely views, an ensuite with large shower, basin with cupboards under, a low level wc and a heated towel rail. Three further bedrooms, two of which have built in wardrobes and a family bathroom which consists of bath with shower over, basin with cupboards under, low level wc and heated towel rail. From the landing there is access to the loft which has a ladder, light and power.
Upper Heyford is a conservation village set amidst the attractive landscape of North Oxfordshire being within reasonable distance of Oxford, Banbury and Bicester. The village has a beautiful Church, allotments, sports ground, village hall, Reading Rooms, children’s playground and a public house.
The village is well situated for access to either Junction 9 or 10 of the M40 motorway giving good access to both London and Birmingham. In addition the train station at nearby Lower Heyford connects to London via Oxford or alternatively there are main line stations available in both Bicester and Kidlington.
The property is approached via a gated gravel driveway which provides ample off road parking and access to the double garage which has light, power, water and alarm.
The paved rear terrace offers a lovely private space which is perfect for al fresco entreating with well stocked, raised beds and borders including climbing roses, honeysuckle and clematis. Large shed with light and power. External power and outside tap.
The front garden is laid to lawn with a low brick wall allowing beautiful views towards the Church, Reading Rooms and countryside beyond. Mature trees including a silver birch, horse chestnut and apple tree.
Internal oak latch and braced doors.
Gas fired central heating to radiators and under floor heating in the kitchen, conservatory, rear lobby and cloakroom.
Alarm and external CCTV.
Master Bedroom With Ensiute
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