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Attractive Victorian family home situated in a popular village location with character features including fireplaces, exposed floorboards and sash windows, benefits include off road parking for several vehicles, a large garage and workshop and long mature rear garden. The accommodation is arranged over three floors including an entrance hall, sitting room with exposed floor boards, bay window to the front aspect, attractive fireplace, second reception room with attractive fire place under stairs cupboard, door to the kitchen and door to a side extension/study area with Velux windows, cloakroom and a door to the outside. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall units incorporating ample worktops, deep glazed sink, double oven and hob, plumbing for a washing machine and a tiled floor. The double glazed conservatory has a tiled floor and double doors opening onto the patio and rear garden.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a large bathroom with a large Jacuzzi style bath, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, airing cupboard and a cupboard housing the gas fired central heating boiler.
The second floor provides a further bedroom and an en-suite shower room with shower, low level WC, pedestal wash basin and eaves storage.
Twyford adjoins the village of Adderbury which is located off the A4260 Oxford Road south of Banbury, and is in The Warriner School catchment area. Adderbury has a range of facilities including the Christopher Rawlins Primary School, village store, hairdressers and a choice of public houses. There is also a magnificent parish church a bowls club and Banbury West End Lawn Tennis Club. Leaving the village on the B4100 towards Aynho there is also a golf course. Bannatynes health spa and gym is within easy reach whilst a further comprehensive range of facilities can be found in both Oxford and Banbury whilst access to the M40 motorway can be gained at either junctions 10 or 11. From Banbury there is also a mainline railway station providing an excellent service to London Marylebone.
This Victorian home is set back from the road and has a gravelled driveway to the front providing ample off road parking for several vehicles which in turn leads to the large garage and workshop. To the rear of the property there is a large garden being mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs, bushes and fruit trees, greenhouse, summerhouse and garden shed plus an area set aside as a vegetable garden.
Council Tax Band D
Attractive Victorian Village Home
Two reception Rooms
En-Suite Shower Room
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