A newly built 5 bedroom detached family home located towards the outskirts of the village with substantial and flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. Outside there is a detached double garage (with potential for annexe conversion, an electrically operated gated entrance leading to attractive gardens and grounds of approximately a quarter of an acre. Constructed of stone with English cedar cladding beneath a slate roof, PVCu windows and aluminium doors, the property has an advanced heating system incorporating underfloor heating to the ground floor, radiators to first floor, towel rails to bathrooms and mechanical heat recovery/ ventilation system with pollen filters. The property is wired for sound with ceiling speakers to the downstairs reception areas currently powered by Sonos and is also hard wired with a data network, alarm system and PIR lighting to ground floor hallways, utility room and cloakroom.
Internally the property has a contemporary feel and is fitted to a high specification. Features include Oak fronted internal doors with chrome handles, an Oak and glass staircase with recessed landing wall lights. There is also an electrical blind system (excluding bathrooms). The kitchen is fitted and well equipped with Bosch appliances including three ovens, microwave, larder fridge and larder freezer, wine cooler and dishwasher, sink with waste disposal unit and integrated recycling bins.
The first floor bedrooms of which there are three all feature fitted walk in wardrobes and en-suite facilities. A further two bedrooms are located on the ground floor again with a jack and jill 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 and a choice of public houses. The village also provides both primary and secondary schooling. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the nearby market town of Banbury including the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, Banbury Gateway (M40), Waitrose and the Spiceball Leisure Centre. There is access to the M40 at Jct 11 and a mainline railway station provides a service to London Marylebone.
Approached via a shared gravelled driveway with electrically operated wooden gates opening to parking for several vehicles. The driveway leads to a detached double storey garage beneath a pitched roof with plumbing and electrically wired for conversion to a self-contained annexe. An additional pre-fabricated garage provides further storage. Fully enclosed by fencing the gardens are principally laid to lawn and complemented by flowering borders and a paved patio with external lighting and water supply. In all 0.23 of an acre. NB The garage doors have been digitally added to the appearance for presentation purposes. The vendor will add the doors before completion of the sale.
NB The garage doors have been digitally added to
the appearance for presentation purposes. The vendor will add the doors before completion of the sale.
Open plan with two principal reception areas
Kitchen/Breakfast Room/Family Room
Three first floor bedrooms each with walk in wardrobes and En-Suite
Two ground floor bedrooms with bathroom
cloakroom and utility room
Gravelled driveway and large parking area
Enclosed Gardens in all 0.22 of an acre