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Main Road, Middleton Cheney, Banbury
Guide price £450,000, 3 bedrooms, detached, for sale

Key features

  • Excellent opportunity for a project
  • Detached period house for modernisation
  • Standing in a large plot
  • Convenient for village schools
  • Three bedrooms Two receptions
  • Large impressive hallway
  • Generous frontage and parking
  • Large rear garden
  • No upward chain

Property Description

An excellent opportunity to acquire a detached period house for modernisation in a non-estate location occupying a large plot backing onto a recreation area close to village schools and amenities

Situation
Middleton Cheney boasts a vibrant community for all dynamics. One of the largest villages in West Northamptonshire. It has amenities not normally associated with village life. Facilities within the village include a chemist, church, vets surgery, library, sports ground, village store, post office and popular public houses. The village hall offers a range of clubs & societies for all ages and there is schooling to cover pre-school right the way through to Sixth form education. A greater retail experience is located nearby in Banbury, where you will find all the top High Street outlets and "out of town" retail parks with free parking. Banbury is conveniently located having access to junction 11 of the M40 motorway and regular rail services to London Marylebone, Oxford and Birmingham. Bus services link the village to Banbury and Brackley - also a growing town with good shopping, leisure facilities and services.

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 detached brick built house believed to date back to the 1940's in the "1930's" style.

* Occupying a large non-estate plot within easy walking distance of schools for all ages and an excellent range of facilities within the village.

* An ideal opportunity for those seeking a property to modernise and/or extend as there is ample scope subject to planning permission as required.

* It backs onto a large recreation area and has a gate with direct access to it.

* A large and elegant hall with stairs to the first floor and original stained glass panelling.

* Sitting room with bay window to front, exposed wood floor and open fire.

* Separate dining room with picture rails, open fire and built-in cupboards. French doors to the rear garden in a bay.

* Kitchen with base and eye level units, door to shelved larder, window to side.

* Rear lobby/utility with window to rear overlooking the garden, door to side and door to a ground floor cloakroom with WC.

* Main double bedroom with bay window to front and fitted wardrobes.

* Second double bedroom with bay window to rear, fitted wardrobes and picture rails.

* Third single bedroom with bay window to front.

* First floor bathroom with a coloured suite and window.

* Large frontage with lawned areas and borders, driveway providing off road parking which leads via an up and over door to the garage which has power and light connected and a wall mounted gas fired boiler.

* Gated side access leads via a path to the rear garden which is large and mainly lawned with a number of trees and shrubs. A gate gives direct access to the recreation area to the rear.

Services
All mains services are connected. The wall mounted gas fired boiler is located in the garage.

Energy rating: E
A copy of the full Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.

"Best ever estate agents! We bought and sold with them this year and had fantastic service. Always professional and courteous, but also very friendly and reassuring. Feels very supportive. Thanks to the wonderful Jeremy, Marie and Matthew for making it all happen."
Rachel Furse - Vendor and Purchaser