A delightful Grade II listed cottage located in the ever popular village of Cropredy.
The entrance leads to a reception room with inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove. Off the main reception is a further reception room, which could be used as a third bedroom, snug, or study. The open plan kitchen/diner/family room provides a superb space for entertaining. The full fitted kitchen features granite surfaces as well as Heritage 4 oven which also heats the house and water. The bathroom features three piece suite and space for a washing machine.
The first floor stairs lead directly to the main bedroom which features exposed beams and plenty of period features. There is also a built in wardrobe. Bedroom one leads into bedroom two which also has the added bonus of a night cloakroom.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a character brick path leading up the garden past a perennial flower and shrub border to the side. A paved seating area makes an ideal entertaining area with the garden enclosed by stone and brick wall to either side. To the very end of the garden a fence and gate give access to the oil tank, bin storage and a garden store. There is a right of access for this cottage and two others in the terrace.
Cropredy is an attractive and popular village located due north of Banbury. Within the village there are two pubs, a church, primary school and bus service to secondary schooling in Banbury. There is also a doctor's surgery and village store. Nearby Banbury has the Castle Quay shopping centre and Jct11 of the M40motorway. From Banbury there is also a mainline railway station, which provides services to London and Birmingham.
The property is being sold as a Freehold Title.
We understand the property is connected to mains water, drainage and electricity. The current heating system is oil fired central heating.
The property has been placed in Council Tax Band D with Cherwell District Council.