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A deceptively spacious period cottage, much improved by the current owners, occupying a delightful village location with views to the rear. The property which boasts many character features offers excellent family accommodation including an entrance hall with coats cupboard, very useful cloakroom/utility, superb dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room fitted with an extensive range of attractive base and wall units, wooden worktops, display cabinet, beamed ceiling and tiled floor, plus plumbing for a dishwasher. The kitchen/breakfast room opens into the stunning family/dining room which has underfloor heating and large double glazed patio doors opening onto the rear garden. Also on the ground floor there is a delightful sitting room with exposed ceiling beams, window seats and an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, two with modern en-suite shower rooms and a separate family bathroom including a free standing bath with ball and claw feet, vanity unit and low level WC.
A viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this delightful home.
The villages of Barford St Michael and Barford St John are opposite one another across the shallow valley of the River Swere. The village of Barford St Michael has a farm shop/post office, village hall, church, recently refurbished pub and a thriving community with numerous clubs and activities. For primary schooling the village falls within the catchment area of both Deddington & Bloxham whilst secondary schooling is at The Warriner in Bloxham. There are also excellent independent schools in the area to include; Bloxham, Tudor Hall and Sibford. The neighbouring village of Deddington offers further amenities plus comprehensive facilities can also be found in both Oxford and Banbury. Access to M40 Motorway can be gained at Junction 10 or 11 and mainline rail services are available from Kings Sutton, Banbury & Bicester. The popular 'Soho Farmhouse' is 6 miles distant.
The property benefits from a driveway which provides access to the double garage with electric up and over door, light and power. There is a useful room above which has been previously used as a playroom, home office and occasional guest bedroom. The very attractive rear garden which has views beyond includes areas of lawn, well stocked flower and shrub beds and borders, fruit trees, garden store, greenhouse and paved patio areas ideal for al ‘fresco entertaining.
Council Tax Band F.
Double glazed windows.
Oil fired heating to radiators.
Underfloor heating in the family/dining room.
Excellent Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Three Bathrooms Two Of Which Are En-Suite
Double Garage With Room Above
Good Size Rear Garden With Views.
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate