Pinson Close, Little Bourton

Pinson Close

  • 3 Bedrooms

3 bedroom end terrace house SSTC

  • Agent Stanbra Powell Banbury
  • Agent Number 01295221100


About this property

Deceptively spacious modern village home.

Canopy porch | Spacious entrance hall  | Cloakroom | Lounge  | Separate dining room | Kitchen/breakfast room | Master bedroom with en-suite | Two further bedrooms |Bathroom | Gardens to front and rear  | Car port and driveway, plus additional parking|  Electric heating | Double glazing          

Located in a small village on the edge of Banbury, a well presented three bedroom end of terrace house built approximately five years ago to a high specification. The property enjoys elevated countryside views and is complemented by a private rear garden.

Ground Floor:

Canopy porch leads to front door leading into a spacious entrance hall with laminate flooring. Stairs rising off to first floor. Door to;

Cloakroom: White suite comprising of wall mounted wash hand basin, low level WC, wall mounted electric heater, vinolay flooring. Extractor.

Dining room: To front aspect. Laminate flooring. 

Lounge: Feature Adam style surround fireplace with inset living flame electric fire.  Electric heater. Useful understairs storage cupboard. Door through to;

Kitchen/breakfast room: Stainless steel bowl and a half inset sink unit and drainer, comprehensive range of ivory fronted wall and base units, ample work surfaces and   complementary tiling to splashback areas. Integrated fridge/freezer, integrated electric hob with electric oven under and extractor over. Integrated dishwasher. Tiled flooring. Casement doors giving access to garden. Recessed spotlights. 

First Floor:

Spacious landing. Access to loft via pull down ladder.

Master bedroom: Fitted wardrobe. Countryside views.

Spacious en-suite: Comprising of fully tiled shower cubicle, pedestal hand basin and low level WC. Tiling to splashback areas. Shaver socket. Recessed spotlights. Vinolay flooring.

Bedroom two:  Window to rear with countryside views.

Bedroom three: Window to side aspect with countryside views. 

Bathroom: White suite comprising of panel bath with mixed tap shower, pedestal hand basin and low level WC. Tiling to splashback areas. Shaver socket. Vinolay flooring. Velux windows.


Rear: East facing, fully enclosed by close board fencing giving a good degree of privacy. Predominately laid to lawn. Hardstanding for shed. Patio. Outside tap. Wall lights and power points. The garden measures approximately 40ft in length. Access to front via a wooden gate and pathway.

Front: Open plan, laid to lawn with pathway to front door.

Agents Note:

The property benefits from a timber car port and further allocated parking bay.

There is a communal charge of £150.00 per annum which contributes to the maintenance of communal areas.

Little Bourton:

The village of Little Bourton is situated in attractive countryside just north of Banbury. The village has a public house and children’s play area, with the neighbouring village of Cropredy providing an excellent range of facilities including village shop, doctors surgery, primary school and play group along with several public houses. The market town of Banbury offers a wider range of specialist amenities including shops, restaurants, public houses and leisure facilities. The area is well served for communications with the nearby M40 (junction 11) and Banbury rail station into London Marylebone (from 54 minutes).

Directions: From Banbury Cross proceed North along North Bar and at the main set of traffic lights continue onto the Southam Road and leave Banbury. After approximately 2 miles turn right into Little  Bourton and first right into Pinson Close.


Key Features

Pinson Close, Little Bourton
  • No onward chain
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Deceptively spacious
  • Car port and parking
  • Small, modern development



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