The property is located on a cul de sac and is set back from the road with a driveway providing off road parking. A pathway leads to the front door which opens onto an entrance porch with a window to the front aspect and door opening into the sitting room. From the sitting room are stairs rising to the first floor with a feature fireplace and double doorway leading to the dining room which has double glazed sliding doors overlooking the delightful rear garden.
The kitchen has been recently fitted with a comprehensive range of cabinets and attractive granite worksurfaces plus an integrated dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine. From the kitchen is access to a utility room with space for a side by side fridge freezer and a door leading to the downstairs w.c.
From the first floor landing are doors leading to all bedrooms, the family bathroom and access to the loft space. The master bedroom is on the rear of the house with fitted double wardrobes and a well presented en suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three are both good sized double rooms while bedroom two has fitted wardrobes. The family bathroom is fitted with a white, three piece suite.
The rear garden is southerly facing and fully enclosed with a path providing access to the front of the house. The garden is set up perfectly for families with a timber decked area adjacent to the rear of the house and a delightful covered patio in the rear corner.
The village of Woodford Halse is located approximately eight miles from both Banbury and the market town of Daventry. Both towns provide a range of everyday facilities and amenities together with access to J11 of the M40 with the M1 being approximately 12 miles to the North at J16. There are main line railway stations at both Banbury (London 50 mins) and Rugby (London 57 mins) 16 miles distance.
There are more than the usual amenities in the village including primary school, range of shops, traditional butcher, florist, chemist, library, restaurant and public house. The village is surrounded by unspoilt rolling countryside where there are a number of points of interest including Fawsley Hall Hotel and Park, National Trust Canons Ashby adjoining the beauty spot of Badby Woods. There is a wide range of both independent and state schools in the area including Bloxham, Warwick, Rugby and Stowe
The property is for sale as a freehold title.
The property has been placed in council tax band D.