Grade II Listed period village home offering deceptively spacious accommodation including sitting room with exposed floorboards, attractive fireplace and large bay window to the front aspect, separate dining room with exposed floorboards and window seat, cloakroom, rear lobby, study, family room with flagstone floor and a breakfast room with slate tiled floor, exposed stonework and second staircase rising to the first floor. The kitchen has a slate floor and is fitted with wall and base units, a gas range/cooker and integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
There is a first floor landing with access to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. From the breakfast room there are stairs leading to an additional bedroom and shower room.
The village of Deddington offers many amenities including several shops providing for everyday needs, post office, Health and Community Centres, library, hotels and restaurants, recreation ground and for people wishing to worship there is the Church of St Peter and St Paul, the Congregational Chapel and the Wesleyan Chapel. Also within the village there is the Church of England primary school plus Deddington falls within the Warriner catchment for secondary education. 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.
Directly to the rear of the property there is a large patio area plus a further stone paved raised terrace and garden store. There is an area of lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders and enclosed by stone walls. There is a brick and stone built outbuilding measuring approximately 10' x 7' 3" with light and power.
Council Tax band F.
Mains Water, Electricity & Gas
4 Double Bedrooms
Grade 11 Listed Period Village Home
Separate Dining Room