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Constructed of local ironstone beneath a tile roof with mainly wooden and stone mullion windows, the property dates back to the mid 1500’s with later additions and offers substantial accommodation arranged on three floors. The property provides gas fired heating via radiators. Internally, there is a subtle blend of original period features including open fireplaces, exposed ceiling
timbers, wooden floors and exposed stonework. There is scope to create additional living space (subject to the necessary planning consents) through the conversion of the attached garage/
barn. Configured in an L-shape, the property provides flexible accommodation: On the ground floor there are three reception rooms and a spacious kitchen breakfast room, with central island and a range of fitted units, work surfaces and built in appliances. The kitchen is complemented by a separate utility room,
cloakroom and walk in pantry. On the first and second floors, there are a total of 5 bedrooms (the smallest bedroom is currently used as a study), served by a family bathroom with white sanitary ware.
Bloxham is a large ironstone village south west of Banbury on the A361 Chipping Norton Road. Within the village there are a range of amenities including post office, local shops, hairdressers, petrol station, and choice of public houses, a parish church, dentist and doctor's surgery. Schooling within the village includes primary, secondary and a public school. Further amenities can be found at the market towns of Banbury where there is a weekly market. The city of Oxford also has extensive facilities. The property is well situated for access to the M40 motorway (junction 11 at Banbury)
to London. Train services from Banbury (London/Marylebone - approx 52 minutes) and Oxford (London/Paddington). Birmingham Airport is also within easy reach via the M40. Private preparatory schools include Bloxham and Carrdus (Overthorpe) with Public schools including Bloxham, Tudor Hall (Girls) and Princethorpe, Rugby. State schools at Bloxham C of E primary and Warriner Comprehensive secondary, both in the village. Sporting facilities in the area include golf at Rye Hill; horse racing at Towcester; motor racing at Silverstone and a full indoor sports complex in Banbury.
The property is set back from Little Bridge Road, enjoying an elevated view across the village and access to the main entrance from a pathway adjacent to the property. A drive provides off road parking and leads to a single pre-fabricated
detached garage. Standing in grounds of approximately 0.47 of an acre, the mature rear gardens are enclosed by hedgerow and walled boundaries. Principally laid to lawn, the gardens
which gently slope away from the property are complimented by a variety of flowering borders, mature trees and bushes, all providing several attractive sections to the gardens.
An attached single storey barn offering over 300 square feet of accommodation with a pair of wooden double garage doors, provides storage and offers scope for incorporation into the main
house or as ancillary accommodation (subject to the necessary consents.
Sitting Room Room
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Enclosed Gardens approaching HALF AN ACRE with views across to the church
Attached Single Storey Barn
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