A DELIGHTFUL, SPACIOUS AND WELL-APPOINTED PERIOD HOME IN THIS MUCH SOUGHT AFTER AND WELL-SERVED VILLAGE.
HALL, CLOAKROOM, SITTING ROOM, STUDY/DINING ROOM, FITTED KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST, FOUR BEDROOMS, BATHROOM, SEPARATE SHOWER ROOM, LOVELY GARDEN TO REAR, GARAGE, OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING.
Situated in the heart of this much sought-after and well-served village, County Cottage comprises an excellently presented period village home offering spacious four bedroom accommodation over two floors. It combines the convenience of modern facilities with considerable period character including exposed stonework, timbers and a fine inglenook fireplace with log burner to the sitting room. Outside, to the rear, is a delightful garden behind which, approached via a separate shared driveway, is a garage.
Hook Norton stands amidst undulating countryside on the edge of the Cotswolds, close to the border with Warwickshire. Easy access is afforded to the market towns of Chipping Norton, about five miles distant and Banbury, about eight miles. Regular buses operate. The village itself, well known locally for its family run Victorian brewery, has an excellent range of facilities including post office, general stores, doctors and dentists surgeries, library, churches and an excellent primary school. There are a number of public houses and a variety of sports and social clubs available.
Directions: From Banbury take the A361 passing through Bloxham before turning right where signed to Hook Norton. Continue to the centre of the village and turn left, opposite the village shop, descending Bell Hill. At the bottom fork right onto Bury Croft Road and the cottage will then be found on the right.
Ledged and braced front door leads to:
CLOAKROOM: Suite of low level WC and wash hand basin. Tiled splash back. Radiator. Exposed beam.
DINING ROOM/STUDY: 11´ x 9´3". Approached from the hall via an attractive stained glazed door. Window and original door to rear garden. Exposed timbers. TV and telephone points.
SITTING ROOM: 16´2" x 15´3". Window to front with seat and French doors opening to the rear garden. Exposed timbers. Fine inglenook fireplace with fitted wood burner. Exposed stone wall. Two radiators.
KITCHEN: 15´ x 11´. Well fitted in ´Shaker´ style cream units comprising floor standing cupboards and drawers under beech effect work surfaces together with matching wall cabinets and glazed dresser unit. Inset ceramic one and a half bowl sink. Wicker basket drawers. Wooden flooring, recessed halogen down-lighters, exposed beams, radiator. Oil fired boiler serving central heating and domestic hot water.
From the sitting room a turning caracole staircase, a feature of some houses in the village, rises to the first floor.
LANDING: A spacious landing with front aspect window having seat. Halogen down-lighters. Understairs storage cupboard and further built in cupboard. Radiator.
BEDROOM 1: 16´3" x 11´9". Windows to front and rear. Radiator.
BEDROOM 2: 15´ x 9´6". Windows to front and rear. Radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM: Suite of pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with screen and Mira fittings, low level close coupled WC and panelled bath with shower/mixer attachment. Ceramic tiled splash backs. Towel radiator.
A staircase rises from the landing to:
SECOND FLOOR LANDING:
SHOWER ROOM: Suite of tiled cubicle with electric fittings, low level WC and wash hand basin. Electric towel rail.
BEDROOM 3: 12´3" x 10´7". Windows on two aspects. Radiator.
BEDROOM 4: 9´8" average x 9´3" minimum. Radiator. Window to rear. Sloping ceilings and exposed beams.
OUTSIDE: The gardens to the property are at the rear, enjoying a high degree of privacy and comprising a stone patio abutting, with lawn and well stocked beds and borders beyond.
GARAGE: A single pre-cast construction garage situated to the rear and approached across a neighbours drive, subject to right of way. A pedestrian gate leads from the garage area to the rear garden.
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