About this property
A three bedroom detached stone cottage located in a quiet location in need of modernisation and refurbishment with opportunity to enlarge (subject to planning consent). VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE BY REQUEST
A detached double fronted cottage located close to the village green in need of modernisation and refurbishment. Constructed of stone beneath a tiled roof with single storey addition to the rear elevation, the property currently provides, three first floor bedrooms, two ground floor receptions, either side of the entrance hall and within the single storey extension is a kitchen and bathroom. Beneath the sitting room lies a partially filled in cellar with the same footprint. The modernisation of the cottage is likely to include wiring, plumbing, heating, remedial work to address any structural defects that will include damp and re-plastering. In addition, cosmetic updating will involve kitchen and bathroom replacement, re-decorations and externally, some landscaping to create parking to the side elevation.
The property is situated just off the village green, set in front of common land. To the side of the property, wrought iron gates open to a hardstanding with potential to create off road parking. There is a timber outbuilding/store. The rear garden is enclosed by stone walling and fencing. Principally laid to lawn, the gardens are complimented by flowering borders. There is a timber shed and greenhouse.
Wardington is situated to the north of Banbury on the A361. The village comprises a mix of period homes and a limited number of more modern dwellings together with a fine parish church and the Hare & Hounds public house in Lower Wardington. Primary schooling is available in the nearby villages of Chacombe and Cropredy and secondary schooling is at Chenderit School in Middleton Cheney. The market town of Banbury offers a range of facilities with a local mobile butcher that calls to the village on a Wednesday and a Saturday. Banbury's mainline railway station gives access to London Marylebone in under an hour and there is nearby access to the M40 (Jct 11).
Council Tax Band E.
Partially filled in cellar
Ground Floor Bathroom
Enclosed Rear Garden
Potential to create off road parking
In need of modernisation
- Entrance Hall
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Partially filled in cellar
- Ground Floor Bathroom
- Three Bedrooms
- Enclosed Rear Garden
- Potential to create off road parking
- In need of modernisation
Council Tax Band: 4
Energy Performance Certificate
† ** The 4.7% annual interest rate is based on the Connells Group average mortgage interest rate taken from the period of 01/01/2023 – 30/06/2023 and is correct as at 04/07/2023.
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