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This semi-detached, stone built, character home situated in the Cotswold village of Hook Norton was previously the village bakery. It has a wealth of features including the original doors to the bread baking oven. The front door opens into the formal sitting room which is currently being used as a dining room, there is a feature fire place set into a character stone wall. Next door to the sitting room is a study with flag stone floors and an open fire place, across the hall is the kitchen/diner which has a Stanley oil fired range cooker, base units, an original wooden storage cupboard, plumbing for a dish washer and washing machine and space for a fridge freezer, off the kitchen is a snug which features the old bread oven, this room leads into a hall where the downstairs cloak is located and there is a door leading outside to the side of the property. Upstairs are five double bedrooms one with an en suite shower room, toilet and wash basin there is a family bathroom with separate toilet. The house benefits from double glazing throughout.
Hook Norton is located south west of Banbury towards the market town of Chipping Norton. This is a large ironstone village in rolling countryside on the Warwickshire border. This well served village has a range of local shops, a post office and both doctors and dentists surgeries. There is also a choice of public houses, a parish church and a Church of England primary school and a butcher. In a addition to the excellent Primary school there are senior school at Chipping Norton and private education in the area includes; Bloxham (co-ed), Tudor Hall Banbury (girls) and St. Johns Prep Banbury. Also within easy reach of Oxford schools, The Dragon, Magdalen, Oxford High and Headington Girls School. There are train services to London Paddington from Charlbury and from Banbury to London Marylebone. Connections to the M40 motorway are either at junction 10 (Ardley) for the South or Junction 11 (Banbury) for the North. The property is also within easy access of the new Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew.
The garden is seperated from the property by the driveway which has right of access to three other properties. This good size garden is laid to lawn with mature shrub boarders. There is a stone and brick outbuilding which has the potential to develope subject to council planning permission. There is off street parking for 4/5 vehicles.
Oil fired central heating
Council Tax Band E
Character Family Home
Former Village Bakery
Five Double Bedrooms
En Suite Shower Room
Family Bathroom with Seperate Cloakroom
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate