This delightful period townhouse is located in the Grimsbury Conservation area of Banbury and offers a selection of delightful period features. From the entrance porch are stairs rising to the first floor and a door opening into the main reception room. The open plan sitting / dining room is a lovely room with a feature open fireplace and double glazed bay window plus stripped timber floorboards. In the dining area is a large storage cupboard and a beautiful, leaded glass door opening into the kitchen. Located on the rear of the house the kitchen is fitted with a range of cabinets with work tops over and a doorway leading to a rear lobby with a door opening out to the garden and another door opening into the family bathroom.
From the first floor landing are doors opening to all three bedrooms plus a drop down ladder providing access to the converted loft room. Bedroom one is on the front of the house with an over stairs storage cupboard and chimney breast with exposed brick work. Bedrooms two and three are both on the rear over looking the rear garden. The converted loft room is a great sized space with some limited head height into the eaves. There is a velux style roof window plus full power and light making it an ideal space for hobbies or children's games.
The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with a covered patio area adjacent to the rear of the house. A pathway leads to the rear of the garden where you can find a peaceful decked patio area and large, brick built store.
Grimsbury is a Conversation Area withing Banbury which is located within walking distance of the mainline train station and town centre. Banbury is conveniently located only two miles from Junction 11 of the M40, putting Oxford (23 miles), Birmingham (43 miles), London (78 miles) and of course the rest of the motorway network within easy reach. There are regular trains from Banbury to London Marylebone (55 mins) and Birmingham Snow Hill (55 mins). Birmingham International airport is 42 miles away for UK, European and New York flights. Some very attractive countryside surrounds and many places of historical interest are within easy reach.
The property is connected to mains water, drainage, electricity and gas. Gas fired central heating is currently installed.
The property is offered for sale on a Freehold Title.
The property has been placed within council tax band A in Cherwell District Council