M40 (J11) 1.5 miles, Banbury 4 miles, Brackley 9 miles, Oxford 26 miles, Banbury to London Marylebone about 50 minutes.
EPC Rating: E
Bellfield is a delightful semi-detached cottage situated in a quiet, peaceful location down a no-through lane with views over the village owned field towards the impressive church.
Thought to date from the 1800's with later additions the property has been well looked after by the current owners but is now in need of some updating, providing plenty of scope for modernisation, improvements and extension (subject to necessary planning consents).
Access via the front door into the sitting room with original ceiling beams, panelled door and open working fireplace.
This leads on into the spacious kitchen/breakfast room including integrated wall and base units, electric cooker and hob, washing machine, utility area and access to the garden.
A dining room which could easily lend itself to other uses and a cloakroom complete the downstairs accommodation.
Stairs rise to the deceptively large first floor including three double bedrooms two with fitted wardrobes, one with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom.
A picturesque South Northamptonshire village close to the North Oxfordshire border, just north of Banbury.
Set in open countryside with many country walks and footpaths, the village is made up of traditional ironstone houses and cottages with a history of casting bells.
A public house, primary school and a parish church can be found in the village and the village itself is known to be very active and social with its W.I and Sports and Social Club.
A mobile shop/butchers visits the village twice weekly and a mobile fishmonger visits weekly.
Local shopping facilities at the nearby village of Middleton Cheney. More extensive amenities are available in Banbury, which has a good range of shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities.
Good local and private schools including the local secondary school Chenderit (Middleton Cheney).
Regular bus services to Banbury and Brackley.
Easy access to the M40 at Junction 11 only 1.5 miles away linking to London and the Midlands.
Birmingham Airport only 35 miles away.
Regular and fast train services including London Marylebone from Banbury about 50 minutes.
Sporting activities in the area include a Golf course on the outskirts of the village (Cherwell Edge), racing at Stratfordupon-Avon and Warwick.
The east facing garden is a pretty feature of the property.
Enclosed on all sides and private, the garden is well stocked and has been well tended with a block paved path winding through it and low maintenance beds either side.
In spring and summer the garden is a riot of colour waiting to be enjoyed.