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A spacious and characterful four bedroom stone cottage located in a central village location with attractive walled gardens and countryside views. The property combines many period features with all the convenience of modern family living.
Originally three cottages, the property is constructed of stone beneath a tiled roof which has also been extended to the rear elevation. The accommodation which is arranged on three floors has been sympathetically improved by the current owners and retains many period features including exposed ceiling beams, latched timber internal doors, inglenook fireplaces and wood burning stoves. Further improvements include replacement composite double glazed windows and there is oil fired heating to radiators. The kitchen/breakfast room is also re-fitted with modern base and eye level units, built in appliances, Belfast sink unit and a Range cooker. There is also a modern bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower.
Culworth is a picturesque conservation village located north east of Banbury in the South Northamptonshire countryside and comprises of pretty ironstone cottages and village green. Amenities include the locally renowned "Mumford" butchers, the Red Lion gastro-pub offering real ale, a local parish church and a popular coffee shop. The village also offers an excellent primary school which provides wrap around care and holiday clubs. Secondary schooling is available at the well regarded Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney. Independent schools in the area include Winchester House, Beachborough and Carrdus, while public schools include Bloxham, Tudor Hall, Stowe and Rugby. Banbury is only 7 miles away and offers comprehensive facitilites and a mainline railway station with direct services to London Marylebone in just under the hour. The M40 at Junction 11 provides access to both London and Birmingham.
Outside the property boasts a secluded walled and fenced garden and there is a large decked terrace adjacent to the property which is set within retaining stone walling. Steps rise into the lawned areas which are complemented by well stocked flowering borders. At the top of the garden is a second decked terrace which enjoys a pleasant aspect across countryside views. There is also a storage shed.
The property has oil fired central heating and gas hob cooking facilities via LPG bottles.
4 double bedrooms
2 large lofts
occasional attic room
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