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This cottage is tucked behind a wall on the Banbury Road and has an open plan layout downstairs with the accommodation having been changed over many years. There is a useful utility room and food cupboard plus a useful tiled hallway, a great place to take off outside walking boots and also to store the laundry too. There is a kitchen/breakfast room, with an AGA and this leads into the middle room which is currently used as a dining room, in turn leading into the main living room complete with fireplace too. There is an additional room which could be a useful study or another living room. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a shower. The floors are a mixture of carpeted surfaces and original floorboards with many beams too. There is a further single bedroom or study on the top floor which leads off the main bedroom. The latter also has a range of built in wardrobes and drawers too. Managed by Hamptons.
Aynho is situated south east of Banbury on the B4100 in the South Northamptonshire countryside. Aynho is celebrated for its beauty. Set on high ground and once surrounded by a protective wall early in its history, it was a typical fortified hill village and a number of its ancient stone cottages, some with outside stairs, survive. The walls of many of them are covered with apricots, for the cottagers used to have to pay the lord of the manor a toll in this fruit. The village is made up predominantly of period stone properties together with a limited number of more recent homes.
Garden and off road parking
4 Double Bedrooms
2 Living Rooms
Further living room
Off Road Parking
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