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A large five bedroom detached post war family house set in a semi-rural location on the edge of the village with formal gardens, a range of outbuildings and paddocks extending to 4.9 acres. Constructed of brick beneath a tiled roof, UPVC double glazing and heated via an oil fired boiler serving domestic heating and hot water via radiators, the property provides well-proportioned family accommodation arranged on two floors.
To the ground floor there are three separate reception rooms as well as a large kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with Oak fronted units complemented by granite worksurfaces, fitted appliances and a central island. On the first floor the master bedroom provides an en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and there are four further bedrooms and a second en-suite facility. In addition there is a family bathroom.
Middleton Cheney is one of the larger villages in the area and is by-passed by the A422 Banbury to Brackley Road. Facilities within the village include a chemist, three churches, library, bus service, village store, newsagents, post office, fish & chip shop, Indian takeaway and two public houses. The village also provides highly regarded primary and secondary schooling. More comprehensive amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Banbury including the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, Gateway Retail Park, Waitrose and Spiceball Leisure Centre. There is also easy access to the M40 (Jct 11) and a mainline railway station provides a fast service to London Marylebone in under the hour.
Rectory Farm House is set back from Waters Lane and approached via a private driveway with wooden gates which lead to the property. An enclosed paddock of approximately a third of an acre is situated to the front and is enclosed by fencing. Formal gardens surround the property with a paved terrace to the front elevation and there is a fenced paddock measuring approximately 4 acres situated to the rear. There is a public footpath which runs through the paddock, adjacent to the stream which forms the rear boundary.
In addition there are two substantial outbuildings which include a detached barn with full height entrance doors, power and light and is divided into four stables with storage space and a mezzanine first floor. A further detached block and timber clad garage provides storage with power and light connected and there is a separate utility room.
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