Four storey town house within heart of the town centre providing good size accommodation throughout.
Entrance hall | Sitting room| Kitchen/Breakfast room| Basement| Two first floor bedrooms (bedroom one currently being used as a living room)| Shower room| Two further second floor bedrooms
A well presented four bedroom Victorian town house complemented by an established private rear garden, located within walking distance of the town centre and railway station. The property provides versatile accommodation throughout.
Recessed porch with tiled floor.
Front door. Entrance hall.
Door through to;
Sitting room: Original wooden floor. Sash cord window to front aspect.
From the hallway door through to;
Kitchen/Breakfast room: Bowl and a half sink unit and drainer. Range of pine fronted wall and base units. Work surface and free space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Space for cooker. Wall mounted gas boiler for domestic hot water and central heating. Double glazed window to rear aspect overlooking garden. Door giving access to garden. Tiled flooring.
From the hallway door leading to basement via staircase.
Basement: Light and power. The basement has a head height of 6'3.
Landing: Stairs rising off to second floor.
Door to bedroom one currently used as a living room. Feature cast iron fireplace. Sash cord window to front aspect.
Bedroom four: Recessed wardrobe. Double glazed window to rear.
Shower room: White suite comprising of double width walk-in shower cubicle with thermostatic shower unit. Pedestal hand basin. Low level WC. Tiling to splashback areas. Store cupboard. Further storage understairs. Window to rear.
Bedroom two with sash cord window to front aspect.
Bedroom three with double glazed window to rear.
Radiators in all rooms. UPVC double glazed windows to the rear were installed (with exception of the bathroom) approximately two years ago.
Rear garden: Fully enclosed by close board fencing giving a good degree of privacy. Predominately laid to lawn. Fully stocked with flowers, shrubs, trees and bushes. Small patio area.
Front: Wrought iron balustrade to front and side boundaries. Wrought iron gate. Pathway to front door.
From Banbury Cross proceed east to the High Street and continue into George Street, taking the right turn into Newland Road and left into Gatteridge Street.
The town of Banbury is conveniently located only 2 miles from Junction 11 of the M40 meaning larger cities are within easy reach. There are regular trains to London Marylebone, Oxford and Birmingham New Street. Very attractive countryside and places of historical interest are also easily accessible.
5-6a Horse Fair Banbury Oxfordshire OX16 0AA