- Delightful period property
- Characterful cottage in Kings Sutton
- Rail links to London in village
- Formerly part of 17th Century Farmhouse
- Well presented throughout
- Accommodation on three floors
A DELIGHTFUL 17TH CENTURY COTTAGE IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE WHICH OOZES CHARACTER.
Banbury 4 miles
Brackley 5 miles
Junction 11 (M40 motorway) 5 miles
Oxford 19 miles
Banbury railway station 4.5 miles
Kings Sutton railway station 0.5 miles
Kings Sutton to London Marylebone/Paddington1 hour approx by rail
Banbury to London Marylebone 55 mins approx by rail
Banbury to Oxford 17 mins approx by rail
Banbury to Birmingham 50 mins approx by rail
From Banbury proceed in a Southerly direction toward Oxford (A4260). On entering Twyford (Adderbury) turn left where signposted to Kings Sutton. Travel into the village following the road around the sharp left hand bend and take the next turning left before the right hand bend into Richmond Street and the property will be found after approximately 200 yards on the left hand side.
KINGS SUTTON is a popular village situated on the Oxfordshire/Northants borders. It has extremely good transport connections with easy access to the M40 motorway at Junction 10, Ardley (approximately 8 miles), and Junction 11, Banbury (approximately 5 miles). The village railway station has services to London (Paddington and Marylebone approximately 1 hour), Oxford (approximately 25 minutes) and Birmingham (approximately 45 minutes). The village is well served by local amenities, including a general store, post office, primary school, 2 public houses and a fine 13th century church with a renowned 190' spire. The nearby market town of Banbury has more extensive shopping facilities, and Oxford offers a wide range of cultural pursuits.
COURT COTTAGE is a stone built Grade II Listed 17th Century cottage which originally formed part of farmhouse. It has a wealth of character including beams and inglenook fireplace. The accommodation is arranged on three floors and is well presented. It has been extended at ground floor level to provide a dining hall/garden room and has a modern range of fittings throughout. The main reception room is a particular feature with beams, large inglenook and three windows. Many of the rooms in the property have a double aspect and despite the character this is not a dark property with low ceilings. Externally there is an easily managed and part walled garden which is well stocked and affords a high degree of privacy. There is a small off road parking space within the garden which would accommodate a "City" car.
A floorplan has been prepared to show the dimensions and layout of the property as detailed below. Some of the main features are as follows:
* A charming Grade II Listed 17th Century cottage.
* Delightful period features throughout.
* Within walking distance of the railway station which has links to London and Banbury.
* Dining hall/garden room with French windows to the garden.
* Beautiful living room with exposed beams, large inglenook fireplace with bread oven and open grate fire, two windows to front and further window to side.
* Inner hall/breakfast room or study with stairs to first floor, stable door to the rear garden, beams.
* Modern kitchen with built-in oven, has hob and extractor, integrated dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine, ceramic Villeroy & Boch sink and drainer, vertical radiator, ceramic tiled floor, velux windows, solid wooden work surfaces.
* Two first floor bedrooms, both with double aspect.
* Bathroom fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with shower unit over and fully tiled surround, wash hand basin and WC, windows to side and rear, wood effect floor, door to built-in airing cupboard.
* Large second floor double bedroom with two windows to the front and a further window to the side, doors to undereaves storage space and adjacent en-suite WC.
* An attractive well tended and well stocked courtyard style garden with raised beds and paved patio.
* Wooden gates open to a small off road parking space suitable for one "City" car.
All mains services are connected.
South Northants District Council. Council tax band E.
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. 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.
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