- A charming period cottage
- Lovely Village location between Banbury and Shipston-on-Stour
- Living room with inglenook fireplace
- Kitchen/dining Room
- Two double bedrooms
- Pleasant views over countryside
- South facing rear garden
- Off road parking
- Garage with studio above
A CHARMING TWO BEDROOMED PERIOD COTTAGE WITH OFF ROAD PARKING AND A GARAGE IN THIS LOVELY VILLAGE LOCATED BETWEEN BANBURY AND SHIPSTON ON STOUR.
Entrance porch, hall, cloakroom, living room with inglenook fireplace, kitchen/dining room, two double bedrooms, bathroom, lovely garden which is south facing, pleasant views from the rear over countryside, off road car parking and garage with studio above, central heating.
Approximate distances -
Banbury 6 miles
Shipston-on-Stour 9 miles
Stratford-upon-Avon 18 miles
Oxford 27 miles
Junction 11 (M40 motorway) 8 miles
Banbury to Marylebone by rail approx. 55 mins
Banbury to Oxford by rail approx. 17 mins
Banbury to Birmingham by rail approx. 50 mins
From Banbury proceed in a westerly direction towards Shipston on Stour (B4035). Travel through the villages of Broughton and Tadmarton and onward to Swalcliffe. Continue to the far edge of the village and take the last turning on the left hand side. As you turn into Park Lane turn immediately right into Brick Row and the property will be found on the left hand side. A "For Sale" board has been erected at the entrance for ease of identification.
SWALCLIFFE is a picturesque and relatively small friendly village lying between the towns of Banbury and Shipston-on-Stour. It comprises predominantly period houses and cottages and remains unspoilt. Within the village there is a public house, village hall and parish church. The similar sized villages of Sibford Ferris and Sibford Gower which lie approximately two miles away provide further amenities including a shop, state primary and independent primary and secondary school (also a renowned specialist in dyslexia). Swalcliffe lies within the catchment area for the Warriner secondary school at Bloxham. It is surrounded by delightful countryside. There are golf courses at Rye Hill, Brailes and Tadmarton Heath which are all within easy reach.
A floorplan has been prepared to show the room sizes and layout of the property. Some of the main features include:
* A delightful period terraced cottage in a row of seven similar pretty homes.
* Constructed of brick and slate the property provides comfortable and homely accommodation with a perfect blend of character and modern fixtures.
* Pleasant position on the edge of the village with a good sized south facing rear garden which backs onto a field.
* Lovely outlooks from the garden and first floor over adjoining countryside.
* Off road car parking space and a garage with a studio over.
* Canopy porch, hall with quarry tiled floor.
* Cloakroom with WC, wash basin and quarry tiled floor.
* Living room with fine inglenook fireplace with an original bake oven, multi-fuel wood burning stove, beamed ceiling, book shelving to side of chimney breast, TV point.
* Kitchen/dining room with sink unit having mixer tap, base units with working surfaces, cupboards and drawers, eye level cabinets, shelving, plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, quarry tiled floor, oil fired boiler within the Rayburn for domestic hot water and central heating system, high vaulted ceiling with velux roof light, french door to rear garden, plenty of space for dining table.
* Landing with beamed ceilings and stairs to second floor.
* At first floor level a double bedroom, hanging space either side of chimney breast, pleasant views over garden and countryside beyond.
* Bathroom with shower cubicle, vanity wash basin and WC, eaves storage, velux roof light.
* At second floor level a double bedroom, large velux roof light and pleasant views over countryside beyond, built-in cupboard with cold water tank within.
* The rear garden extends to approximately 100 ft and comprises a lawned area, flower and shrub beds. There is a gravelled area at the foot of the garden which joins farm land. Ash tree. There is a gated pathway giving shared access by foot for this property and the adjoining properties and this leads to Park Lane.
* The shared gravelled entrance driveway leads to a parking area. There is the bonus of a garage which is constructed of brick and slate, this is the third garage from the right as you look at them. The garage has light and power, a ladder leads to a mezzanine studio.
Mains water, electricity and drainage connected, Oil fired boiler within Rayburn which is situated in the kitchen.
Cherwell District Council. 01295 252535. Council Tax Band C.
Strictly by prior arrangement with the Sole Agents Anker & Partners.
All room dimensions show maximum approximate measurements unless stated to the contrary. Facts provided by the vendors of this property are not a warranty. Any purchaser is advised to seek professional or specialist advice. The description herein is not designed to mislead, please feel free to speak with us regarding any aspect unclear before viewing.
A copy of the full Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.
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