A wonderful home which overlooks the large green has come to market in the best shape possible. Polished floorboards, brick open fireplaces and log burners are just a taster for any discerning buyers looking for that balance where old meets modern day living . Deceptive in size and spread over three floors the home is an ideal spot for all buyers.
Both rooms are a good size and are separated either side of the kitchen. The dining room is an attractive room designed to be able to chat to friends over dinner. The room boasts a large log burner inside a brick fireplace. Tiled flooring for ease of maintenance and double glazed window overlooking the green. The lounge, which is an extended footprint of the home faces the large south facing lawn and offers a high degree of privacy.
Without doubt a quirky design as you walk through this rabbit warren of rooms. Bags of space and storage for a cottage from this era. Fitted kitchen with additional views over garden, utility space and door into the downstairs WC.
Set over the next two floors there are three bedrooms ideal for the growing familes. Features include polished floorboards and open brick walls.
Without doubt another selling feature for all the garden lovers around. In excess of 120ft and mainly laid to lawn these sunny gardens are a superb size for the children to lose some energy! Full width paved patio with access into lounge and kitchen. Secure double gated access takes you around the side of the home to the front.
The present owner has designed and built his own man cave with power connected and is fully insulated. A great place to get away from the hub of the home for those with hobbies or interests away from the family?
The village of Kings Sutton boasts a really good community and has a wealth of amenities not normally associated with village life. The newly built Memorial Hall, Post Office, shop and two Public Houses and the added benefits for parents with the local Primary School. Kings Sutton has its own train station with direct links to London Marylebone and Birmingham International on a daily basis. For all dog lovers and those that like to ramble through the countryside there are bridleways and footpaths on all sides.
Banbury c.4 miles, Bicester c.11 miles, Oxford c.24 miles, Stratford-Upon-Avonc. 31 miles, M40 Accessc. 7 miles