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Situated within an enviable tucked away position within this well considered village to the North of Banbury, a handsome detached stone family home. Offering substantial light, well balanced and versatile living over two floors the sizeable entrance hall gives access to the sitting room which has an open fireplace, a separate dining room and a study. In addition the conservatory is constructed of half stone wall with doors leading onto the garden, the kitchen offers a range of eye and base level wooden units and is open plan to the breakfast area with a separate utility room leading off. To the first floor the lovely galleried landing gives access to the five bedrooms offering a good level of storage, both the master bedroom and the guest bedroom benefits from en-suite facilities. In addition there is a family bathroom.
Hanwell is situated to the north of Banbury on the Warwick Road. Hanwell is a beautiful village of deep yellow ironstone houses around the well kept village green. There is a fine Church which looks down on Hanwell Castle which was built around 1490. Facilities include a popular public house and village hall. Located conveniently for access to Junction 11 of the M40, with Oxford (23 miles), Birmingham (43 miles) and London (78 miles). There are regular trains from Banbury to London Marylebone in under an hour (55 mins), Birmingham Snow Hill (55 mins) and Oxford City Centre in under 20 mins. Birmingham International airport is 42 miles away for UK, European and New York flights. Surrounding areas of interest include the Soho Farmhouse and the Cotswolds town of Chipping Norton approximately 20 minutes away, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick, Leamington Spa and Oxford. Comprehensive shopping can be found at Banbury's Castle Quay and supermarkets include Waitrose, M&S, Sainsbury and Tesco.
The property is approached via a gravel driveway giving access to the parking and to the double garage with up and over doors, light and power. The gardens are divided into two levels with a sweeping lawn and a pond feature. Perennial flower and shrub borders surround the property along with a gated side access. A sun terrace gives an ideal entertaining area and is accessed via the conservatory.
Oil Fired Central Heating. Council Tax Band G - Cherwell District Council. No Onward Chain
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