Individual four bedroom stone cottage, in an enviable setting, overlooking the village green, in need of some modernisation. Constructed of stone beneath a slate roof, the property provides character accommodation arranged over two floors. Situated overlooking the popular village green, the location forms part of the village conservation area. Internally, reception rooms are located to either side of a central hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. The sitting room features an Inglenook fireplace, with a beamed ceiling and a doorway with step down into the kitchen/breakfast room. The other reception room also features an inglenook fireplace with wood burner and step down to a further reception area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and eye level units arranged on two walls with freestanding space for appliances.
On the first floor, there are four bedrooms and a bathroom. Modernisation is likely to include the re-fitting of bathroom and kitchen with the potential to re-configure the layout. Remedial work may also be required. Subject to planning permission, there is also potential to extend over the rear hall and cloakroom to create an additional bathroom.
A gravelled driveway provides parking for two to three vehicles and leads to a detached double garage with up and over door. A pathway from the driveway leads through the garden to the front and side entrances. The gardens are laid partially to lawn with well stocked flowering borders. There is a small courtyard at the rear of the property, enclosed by stone walling.
Evenley is a small village centred around a wide Green which is used by the village cricket team. Facilities include a coffee shop/post office, Barn Owl Farm Shop and popular public house. More comprehensive facilities can be found in nearby Brackley including Waitrose and Banbury (10 miles) where there is the Castle Quay shopping centre and Gateway Retail Park. The village offers access to the A43 which links the M1 & M40 motorways. There is also a mainline railway station at both Bicester & Banbury (London Marylebone) under the hour.
Overlooking The Village Green