This is a genuinely exciting opportunity to purchase a beautiful end terrace cottage situated on a large plot measuring approx 0.25 of an acre with plenty of scope for extensions and development (subject to the normal planning consents and regulations). Available to purchase for the first time since the late 1970's, please contact us at your earliest opportunity to book your visit.
The property is set back from the road with a good sized front garden laid to a mixture of lawn and shingle which provides plenty of off road parking. There is an enormous amount of side garden with just under 12 meters of space between the house and the boundary fence, the detached garage is located here with a good sized garden store on the rear plus a wrought iron gate providing pedestrian access to the rear garden.
The front door opens into the entrance hallway with stairs rising to the first floor landing and a door opening into the sitting room. Located on the front of the house, the sitting room has a feature log burning stove and door leading to the dining room where you can find access to the boiler cupboard and downstairs w.c. The kitchen is situated on the rear of the house with views over the garden and is fitted with a range of cabinets and appliances.
On the first floor landing are doors to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom plus access to the loft space. The rear garden measures approx 70 meters and is, currently, laid mainly to lawn with an attractive range of flowers and shrubs. With the top part of the garden measuring approx 11 meters there is plenty of scope for extensions and development in this lovely space.
Cropredy is a popular, thriving North Oxfordshire village located on the Oxford Canal in the Cherwell Valley set in open countryside. Village amenities include a post office, doctors surgery and dispensary, village store, two public houses, café, village hall and Cropredy Primary school. The market town of Banbury provides further amenities.
We understand the property is connected to mains water, drainage and electricity. The current heating system is oil fired central heating.
The property is being sold as a Freehold Title.
The property has been placed in Council Tax Band D with Cherwell District Council.
There is a pedestrian right of way along the side and rear of the property for number 29 Station Road (neighbour). We understand that there is an historic uplift on the title that was placed by Brasenose College, Oxford in the late 1970's regarding any additional dwellings being built in the garden / on the land. Anyone thinking of buying the property with the intention of building a new / separate dwelling in the garden should take legal advice before progressing with a purchase.