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Situated towards the centre of the village, the property has over 2,000 sq ft of accommodation and is believed to have formerly been used as a Coaching Inn until 1965. The current owners have sympathetically refurbished the property to create a stylish home, incorporating interesting and original features. Internally the property has been re-carpeted and re-decorated throughout in neutral tones. The windows have been replaced with double glazed wooden casement units and new oak exterior doors. Old Bell House provides a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room with fitted wooden base and eye level units, oak work tops, an integrated dishwasher, fridge, freezer, Bosch hob, electric oven with a two oven Aga (currently not connected) and breakfast area with stable door to the garden. The sitting room has French doors out to the garden with “dole hole” feature dating back to the Coaching Inn days. The family room/snug has a cosy feel with inglenook fireplace and working wood burning stove. A spiral staircase leads to the first floor comprising a master bedroom, a further double bedroom and the family bathroom. Both the bath and shower room have been re-fitted. On the second floor, there are two further double bedrooms.
Charlton is a sought after village with a range of amenities including a post office/village store, primary school, public house and church. Banbury and Brackley provide access for every day needs, whilst the larger centres of Milton Keynes & Oxford are both within close proximity. Train services to London Marylebone are available from Kings Sutton (approx 2 miles away) Banbury, Bicester North & Bicester Village. Schooling within the village includes pre school and primary, with popular independent prep schools of Winchester House in Brackley, Beachborough in Westbury and Cardus in Overthorpe. Secondary schooling can be located at Brackley and the independent schools local to the area include Bloxham school and Tudor Hall in Banbury.
The landscaped garden is enclosed by walling and fencing. Primarily laid to lawn, the garden is
interspersed with mature trees, hedging and
well stocked flowering borders. A gravelled terrace is adjacent to the property. A second gravelled terrace area can be found further down the garden with pergola above. Double wooden gates lead from the garden to the road providing additional off road parking
Council tax - Band E.
Off Road Parking
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