This has to be one of the quietest spots on the Hanwell Fields Estate. A high degree of privacy all round as you enter the gate at the side of the home which boasts mature gardens on two sides. This detached home built in stone will certainly not disappoint.
The home boasts bags of space downstairs. Three reception rooms ensure any growing families can secure a piece of quiet away from the hub of the home. The owners have refitted the kitchen. Three bedrooms and two bathrooms compliment the first floor.
The front gardens have been transformed by the present owners over the past 8 years and is an absolute delight for any green finger garden lovers. An abundance of plants, perennials and rose bushes with landscaped shingle walkways in both front and rear gardens. A single garage is located at the end of the garden and is well set off the road for privacy and security. A parking space to the front of it. Just a short walk away from the front of the home is the open grassland areas where cyclists and pedestrians can go for private walks.
Lord Grandison Way is situated just a short walk away from a parade of shops catering for most daily need. These include a Co-Op store, Dentist,Hair salon and hot food outlets including the Purple Mango Restaurant. The local bus service runs into the Banbury town centre where you will find a greater retail experience.
From the Banbury town centre proceed up the Southam Road and proceed over the Tescos roundabout. At the next large roundabout turn left onto Dukes Meadow Drive and then 1st left at the next roundabout into Lapsley Drive. 1st left again into Lord Grandison Way and No.29 will be found at the back of a private cul de sac on the left hand side.