It wont take long to realise this home is ideal for those with children. There is space and storage in abundance here with a balanced proportion on both floors! Thoughtfully extended to the rear the home boasts an excellent footprint for those with growing families yet room to find a little peace and quiet should you want it.
The home has a flexibility that is obvious the second you cross the threshold! A nice long hallway with storage to hideaway coats and shoes. A WC that is a prerequisite for daily life and a good size lounge designed with todays larger sofas in mind. Further benefits include the separate utility room to conceal the working hub of the home and a converted garage space for those with hobbies, play room or office hub.
A real wow factor with a full width kitchen breakfast room measuring just over 5.5m wide. A fully functional room which integrates with the dining room to one side and and has private garden views through 4 pairs of tri-folding doors. A sleek yet professionally designed room with bespoke granite counters from the Brazillian bedrock. Inset induction electric hob plus pan drawers and wine cooler. A symmetry design with a pair of electric ovens and fridge freezers either side of the microwave. Underfloor heating under a Travertine tiled floor.
The first floor has been reconfigured through the extension. The master bedroom with dual velux style windows to rear, space for wardrobes and open archway into the fully tiled wet room. A family bathroom, fully tiled that offers a grand white suite and a whirlpool spa bath and separate tiled wet room.
The front has been landscaped to offer a brick paved driveway. access to side. The rear gardens offer a high degree of privacy with paved patio, lawn garden and summerhouse to the far end. Outside tap and external power points.
The village of Middle Barton is situated to the north of Oxford and has easy reach of Charlbury, Bicester North, Bicester Village. Train stations with excellent connections to both London Marylebone & Birmingham Int can be found at Lower Heyford(3 miles) and the new Oxford Parkway (11miles). Further benefits from good local facilities including a thriving primary school which is the hub of the community, two churches, pub and a general store with post office and cafe. There is also a Sports and Social Club with plenty of amenity space. Kirtlington polo ground is just a short drive away along with Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew.
From Banbury proceed South on the (A4260) towards Oxford. Passing through Adderbury and Deddington and the dual carriageway you come to a set of traffic lights at Hopcrofts Holt. Turn right on the B4030 into Middle Barton. Passing The Cinnamon Stick restaurant on the left, continue straight ahead and take the third turning on the right into Fleming Drive. Cross Way is the 3rd right hand turning and No.5 will be found on your left hand side.