- 3 Bedrooms
- Master Bedroom With Dressing Room
- Allocated Parking Spaces
- Immaculate Presentation
- 2 En-suite Bathrooms
- Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room
- Gas Central Heating
- Sought After Village Location
Situated on an attractive development on the edge of the sought-after village of Hook Norton, this three-bedroom property, built from the local Hornton stone, has an enclosed garden, making it an ideal family home.
It is only one year old, and still covered by the Builder's two-year guarantee and an NHBC ten-year insurance scheme.
EPC rating C
From the front door, the hallway leads to the downstairs w.c. and understairs storage cupboard. To one side is the carpeted living room with french doors leading to the rear patio and garden. To the other is the open-plan kitchen-diner with Amtico flooring and windows to front and rear, overlooking the garden.
The kitchen has white units with low-level lighting. There is a fitted double oven; four-ring gas hob with extractor fan; integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
Off the kitchen is a utility room with a sink, space for washing machine, and a door to the rear garden.
Upstairs there is a principal bedroom with a separate dressing room and an ensuite shower room. There are two further bedrooms, one with ensuite shower room, and a family bathroom.
The property has attractive wooden doors throughout, plus double-glazing and gas central heating.
At the front of the house there is a planted border, small lawn and parking spaces for two cars.
The fenced rear garden is mainly lawn with a narrow border planted with young shrubs and bulbs. There is a patio and a gate giving access to the drive-through area at the rear where the garage is located. There is additional parking in front of the garage.
This pleasant development has trees and a green space in the centre with a children's play area. Hook Norton is home to the well-known brewery and has a good range of amenities including a village shop/post office, a nursery/primary school, GP and dentist surgeries, several pubs and a village museum.
The closest railway station is Banbury, about nine miles away, where Chiltern Railways run services to Birmingham and to London via Oxford. Moreton-in-Marsh station (12 miles) is served by Great Western to London Paddington and West to Worcester and Hereford.
There is a regular bus service from Hook Norton to Banbury and also to Chipping Norton (7 miles) where there are supermarkets and a good range of shops and amenities, including a swimming pool and sports centre at the local secondary school.
The motorway network can be accessed via Junction 11 of the M40 at Banbury.
Banbury has an extensive range of shops, supermarkets, sporting, arts and entertainment facilities, including the popular Spiceball Leisure centre with its gym, swimming pool, badminton and squash courts. The Banbury Museum is situated in the Castle Quay shopping centre beside the canal. Nearby is the Mill Arts Centre which normally runs a programme of classes and workshops, as well as exhibitions, films and live shows.
Situation & Property Information
Council tax band D — £2,065 (2021-22) Cherwell District Council
EPC rating C
Service charge £217 per annum
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