Charming three bedroom three storey town house.
Entrance hallway | Living room| Dining room| Kitchen| Three double bedrooms, en-suite to master bedroom| Family bathroom| 60 ft rear garden| Gas central heating
Built in 1901, this three double bedroom three storey Victorian town house offers a wealth of character and spacious accommodation throughout. The property benefits from a 60 ft rear garden, two reception rooms, three good size double bedrooms and en-suite to master bedroom. Centre Street is located within easy walking distance of the town centre and railway station and also provides close access to the M40.
Entrance via single glazed stained glass wooden door to;
Entrance hall: Oak flooring. Single panel radiator. Stairs rising to first floor. Doors to ground floor accommodation.
Living room: Large single glazed Sash window to front aspect. Double panel radiator. Cupboard housing fuse box. Feature fireplace with wooden surround.
Dining room: Oak flooring. Traditional built-in storage units. Single panel radiator. Feature cast iron fireplace with wooden surround. Small understairs storage cupboard. Opening into;
Kitchen: A range of base and eye level units. Roll top work surface. Built-in sink unit. Built-in oven with four ring electric hob and extractor hood above. Space for slim-line dishwasher. Space for washing machine. Wall mounted boiler. UPVC double glazed Sash window to rear. Single glazed Sash window to side aspect. Single panel radiator and a double panel radiator. Double glazed wooden doors to rear. Oak flooring. Velux window. Sunken spotlights.
Landing: Large airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Doors to first floor accommodation and access to second floor.
Bedroom one: Two Sash windows to front aspect. Double panel radiator.
En-suite: Three piece white suite comprising of low level WC. Wash hand basin. Double shower cubicle with shower over. Sunken spotlights. Heated towel rail. Tiled floor.
Bedroom two: Single glazed Sash window to rear aspect. Double panel radiator.
Family bathroom: Three piece white suite comprising of low level WC. Wash hand basin. Panelled bath with with shower attachment. Heated towel rail. UPVC double glazed Sash style window to rear aspect. Double panel radiator.
Bedroom three: Double panel radiator. Storage into eaves. Double glazed wooden dormer windows to front aspect. Exposed timber joists.
Front: Pathway leading to front door. Flower beds, enclosed by low level brick wall.
Rear garden: Measuring approximately 60 ft in length. Enclosed by hedgerow and fencing. Predominately laid to lawn. Patio area. Flowers, trees, shrubs and bushes. Substantial timber summerhouse. Areas laid to shingle. Outside tap. Gated side access.
All the doors are solid Oak.
There are deep moulded skirting boards in the entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen and bedrooms.
From Banbury Cross proceed east through the High Street, continue into George Street and at the main traffic lights turn left into Lower Cherwell Street and first right at the traffic lights over the railway bridge. Take the third left turn into East Street, left into North Street and left again into Centre 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.
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