Guide Price £400,000 New Instruction
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Conservatory
  • Family Bathroom
  • Rear Mature Garden
  • Living Room
  • Study / Dining Room
  • En-suite Bathroom
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Off Road Parking

Situated in quiet cul-de-sac on the west side of the town, close to farmland, schools, retail and new leisure centre with swimming pool and football pitches. 20 mins to main line trains (via Bicester and Banbury) to London, Oxford, Birmingham etc, with easy access to both the M40 and the M1.

This property and the surrounding area is exceptionally well kept with wide roads and a spacious feel.

The ground floor of the property consists of a wide light entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, office/dining room, living room, conservatory, currently used as a dining room, downstairs W/C - cloakroom, utility room, storage area and generous under stairs storage.

The ground floor has solid teak wooden flooring, the stairs and upper floor all have matching neutral quality carpeting, all windows are UPVC double glazed and all ceilings are smooth plastered with coving.

The first floor of the property consists of 1 extra-large double bedroom with en-suite across the whole front of the property, a further two large double bed rooms, one single bedroom, currently used as a craft room, large airing cupboard providing plenty of storage, and a family bathroom.

The property has Rockwool Cavity Wall insulation and Fibre Loft Insulation

Fast fibre broadband is available – more than sufficient for working from home, streaming, gaming, etc.

The accommodation comprises:

Solid teak wooden flooring, radiator, telephone points, two single power sockets

Large deep storage area with lighting and single power socket

Solid teak wooden floor. Double radiator, large bay with double French doors to garden, fireplace with powered flue gas fire and surround, three double sockets TV aerial, satellite and telephone points.

Solid teak wooden flooring, large bay window, fitted quality office furniture, 4 x Telephone sockets for two separate lines, four double power points.

Large, bright open plan kitchen/breakfast room with built in Bosch fridge, Zanussi double electric fan assisted oven, Apelson induction hob, AEG extractor fan, Bosch dishwasher, Beko tumble dryer and space a breakfast table. Fitted ‘white goods' are included in the sale. Double radiator and solid teak wood flooring. This refurbished kitchen offers ample wall and floor Paula Rosa storage units with a ceramic sink and drainer integral filtered drinking water, double glazed door and windows to the conservatory and new wall mounted Ideal gas boiler.

Large, superb hexagonal UPVC double glazed floor to ceiling 'K Glass', roof double glazed 'K' glass and Hillary's blinds. Two tilt and turn fully opening window/doors and double french door to the side leading to the garden. Five double sockets (three wall and two floor) TV aerial and satellite connections and telephone line. Ceiling fan/light and wall lighting.

W/C and sink. Double glazed window to the side and solid teak wooden flooring.

Spacious utility room with stainless steel sink and drainer and work surfaces, wall and floor storage cabinets and Bosch washing machine. Space for large fridge and freezer four double power sockets; carpet tile flooring.

Ample storage; carpet tile flooring; three double and one single power socket.

Stairs rising from first floor from entrance hall, white painted banister and neutral carpeting

A bright and airy space with natural carpet flooring. Radiator with TCV, double power socket, and large deep airing cupboard also accommodating the Megaflow water tank. Access to central boarded loft with pull down ladder. The loft has two lights and two double power sockets. TV aerial and CCTV recording and control station.

Exceptionally large double bedroom with three sets of double glazed windows to the front enhancing the light and airy atmosphere. Two full height built in double wardrobes with mirrored doors, two radiators with TCV, and four double and one single power sockets.

Newley fitted en-suite with Mira waterfall shower, single basin, and low-level WC, fitted floor and mirrored wall cabinets, tiled floor and wall, towel rail radiator. Obscured glass double glazed window to front offers plenty of light.

Large double bedroom, full height built-in double wardrobe. Double glazed window to the rear, natural carpet flooring, radiator with TVC (Thermostatic control valves), two double power sockets.

Double bedroom with double glazed windows to the rear and full height built in double wardrobe, natural carpet flooring, radiator with TCV, two double and one single power sockets, TV aerial point.

Good sized single bedroom with double glazed window to the rear. Fitted double wardrobes, natural carpet flooring. Radiator with TCV, two double power sockets and two telephone sockets

A three-piece family bathroom consisting of a bath with mixer taps and shower, wash basin, and W/C. Double glazed privacy glass window to the side.

Medium sized secluded mature garden, south east facing, with patio leading onto a grassed area surrounded by herbaceous/shrub boarder with several trees. Pond and rockery with waterfall feature, small glass house used primarily for storage with double power socket. 6ft Lap Larch Fencing surround whole garden area
Gated side access to the front. Storage area to the otherside of property. Two external taps service rear and front.

Grey block paved drive recently refurbished allowing parking for three to four vehicles. Local Authority approved extended dropped pavement over the whole width of the property; removable picket fencing.

Found on the west side of Brackley, at the edge of a popular area , with easy access to Bicester and Banbury rail station and M40 (J10 and J11,) M1 (J15a). Near local amenities such as primary school, GP surgery (separate from the new cottage hospital), dentists, shops, pub, restaurants and new leisure centre and swimming pool and football pitches.

Brackley is a market town in South Northamptonshire, bordering Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. It is 11 miles from Banbury and Bicester, 19 miles from Oxford, 20 miles from Milton Keynes and 22 miles from Northampton.

This FREEHOLD property can be offered with no onward chain on negotiation
Council Tax band E (£2378 for year 2020/21)
No ground rent/maintenance fees.
EPC rating D
Please check details with your solicitor

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