Creampot Lane, Cropredy
£330,000, 3 bedrooms, for sale

Key features

  • A semi detached stone period cottage with scope for updating
  • Large rear garden backing onto farmland
  • Beamed ceiling and open fireplace in sitting room
  • No onward chain

Property Description

A PERIOD STONE COTTAGE WITH SCOPE FOR MODERNISATION, HAVING A LARGE REAR GARDEN BACKING ONTO FARMLAND.

Approximate distances
Banbury 5 miles
Junction 11 (M40) 6 miles
Oxford 26 miles
Stratford upon Avon 21 miles
Leamington Spa 17 miles
Banbury to London Marylebone by rail approx. 55 mins
Banbury to Birmingham by rail approx. 50 mins
Banbury to Oxford by rail approx. 17 mins

Directions
From Banbury proceed in a northerly direction towards Southam (A423). After approximately 3 miles turn right where signposted to Cropredy. Travel through Great Bourton and follow the road into the village. Travel into the heart of the village and turn right opposite The Brasenose Inn by the green and follow the road as it leads via High Street into Creampot Lane. Continue towards the end of the lane until the property will be found on the left hand side and can be recognised by our "For Sale" board.

Situation
CROPREDY is a well served village famous for the battle of Cropredy Bridge, the canal which runs through it and the annual Fairport Convention. Amenities include a parish church, Methodist chapel, two public houses, doctors surgery, shop, tea room, primary school and bus service.

The Property
A floorplan has been prepared to show the room sizes and layout of the property as detailed below. Some of the main features are as follows:

* A semi detached stone period cottage with scope for updating and improvement.

* Large garden to rear, off road car parking space and pre-fabricated garage.

* Beamed ceiling and open fireplace in sitting room.

* Large entrance hall.

* Dining room with open fireplace.

* Ground floor bathroom having built-in airing cupboard fitted with electric immersion heater.

* Kitchen with sink and base units, larder cupboard, electric cooker point, understairs cupboard, door to garden.

* At first floor level there is a landing and three double bedrooms.

* The rear garden measures approximately 120' in length and backs onto farmland over which there are attractive countryside views. The garden dog legs to the left as you face the fields.

* Small brick outhouse, greenhouse and coal bunkers.

* Pre-fabricated garage, gate from garden leading to side of garage and a further gate leading from the rear path of the property to the side.

Services
Mains water, electricity and drainage connected. Oil fired central heating with external boiler in rear garden. Some double glazing.

Local Authority
Cherwell District Council. Council tax band D.

Viewing
Strictly by prior arrangement with the Sole Agents Anker & Partners.

Agent's note
All room dimensions show maximum approximate measurements unless stated to the contrary. Facts provided by the vendors of this property are not a warranty. Room sizes are approximate and rounded and should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. 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.

Survey & Valuation
Should you decide to purchase elsewhere in the Banbury area (via another Estate Agent) do please bear in mind that our Partner Robert Moore is a Chartered Surveyor and he is able to undertake Building Surveys, Home Buyer Reports and Valuations for all purposes. Discounted fee terms are available when simultaneous mortgage valuation work is carried out.

EPC
A copy of the full Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.

"Just bought new house through Anker and Partners agency. Great contact by phone and mail. Helpfull and patience team. As for me, first time buyer, was difficult but agency was very supportive."
Krystian Kołeczko - Purchaser