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An individual four bedroom semi detached stone cottage located towards the edge of the village, with off road parking and gardens. The property provides characterful accommodation arranged on three floors with features such as beamed ceilings, a mullion window and some exposed wooden floors.
Situated gable end to Cumberford Hill, the property is set behind double wooden gates which provide off road parking. Believed to date back to around 1900, the cottage is constructed of stone beneath a tiled roof with photo voltaic panels, generating electricity and mainly UPVC double glazed windows. On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms on each side of the kitchen. A sitting room with brick fireplace and gas fire and a dining room. The kitchen is fitted with wooden base and eye level units, with central island, granite work surfaces and featuring a stained glass window. There is an independent gas fired Aga and Belfast sink. On each of the upper floors, there are two bedrooms and a bathroom, both of which have been replaced by the current owner. The bathrooms are fitted with white suites, and separate shower cubicles.
Bloxham is a large ironstone village south west of Banbury. Within the village there are a range of amenities including post office, local shops, beauty salon, petrol station, choice of public houses, a village church, dentist and doctor's surgery. Schooling within the village includes primary, secondary and a public school. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the nearby market town of Banbury to include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre and the Spiceball Leisure Centre. M40 Jct 11 to the east of the town gives access to both Birmingham and London. From Banbury there is also a mainline railway station to London Marylebone
A pair of white wooden gates provide access to a block paved driveway with parking for one/two vehicles. A gated access opens to the lower patio with steps rising to the gardens. Enclosed by stone walling, fencing and wrought iron railings, the gardens are principally laid to lawn, complimented by well stocked flowering borders with an upper patio/terrace, located directly above the sitting room. Within the garden there is also a wooden shed with power and light connected.
Gas Fired heating via radiators.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Gas Fired Heating
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate