Pit Cottage is set back from Wykham Lane with a generous driveway which provides plenty of parking and leads to a stone built, detached double garage. Timber double gates lead to the main garden and a further hard standing area.
The entrance to the cottage is via a porch that opens into a generous entrance hall with doors leading to the sitting room and dining room plus stairs rising to the first floor landing. The sitting room has a delightful exposed stone wall, ceiling timbers and a door that opens to the rear while the dining room has plenty of space for a family dining table plus a door leading to an inner hallway; from here are doors to the kitchen, drawing room and w.c.
The drawing room has a stone built fireplace with windows to the front while the kitchen is fitted with a range of attractive cabinets and a range of appliances.
Bedroom one is located on the front of the house with large, fitted wardrobes and windows providing plenty of light. Bedroom three is laid out as a guest bedroom with an en suite while bedroom two is a generous double room. The family bathroom is fitted with a good sized corner bath, wash hand basin and low level w.c.
The main garden is easterly facing and laid mainly to lawn with a range of attractive flowers and shrubs planted to the borders; at the rear of the garden is a covered patio. There are stairs which lead up the room above the double garage plus a pedestrian door.
The village of Broughton is to the west of Banbury and is home to Broughton Castle which is open to the public during the summer months. There is a popular public house Saye & Sele. Further amenities can be found in Banbury including Banbury train station which provides trains to London Marylebone and Junction 11 M40.
The cottage is offered for sale as a Freehold title.
The cottage has been placed in Band E. It is worth noting that there is an 'Improvement Indicator' marked on the properties council tax entry so this band could change upon sale.