About this property
Individual detached village home occupying generous size plot in need of updating
Recessed porch | Entrance hall| Living room| Separate dining room | Kitchen | Rear lobby | Lean-to | Utility cupboard | Three first floor bedrooms | Bathroom | Separate WC| Generous gardens | Off road parking| Secluded position
Located in this small south northants village enjoying a generous size plot of approximately quarter of an acre, a three bedroom detached house built in the 1950’s providing well-proportioned accommodation at present with vast potential to enlarge subject to necessary planning permissions. The property is offered with no onward chain.
Entrance hall: Feature Parquet flooring. Stairs rising off to first floor. Door through to;
Living room: Parquet flooring. Window to front. Two windows to side. Brick fireplace with open hearth. Picture rail.
From the hallway door through to;
Separate dining room: Parquet flooring. Feature walk-in bay window. Tiled fireplace with open hearth. Picture rail.
Kitchen: Stainless steel inset sink unit and drainer. Range of wall and base units. Floor mounted oil fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating. Tiled flooring. Window overlooking garden. Pantry. Door to rear lobby and cloakroom. Door to rear lean-to of timber construction. Door giving access to garden. Door to utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine.
Half landing with window to rear aspect.
Main landing with access to loft.
Master bedroom: Tiled fireplace and open hearth. Tongue and groove wood flooring. Fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom two: Double bedroom to front aspect. Fitted wardrobe.
Bedroom three: Single bedroom with window overlooking garden. Fitted wardrobe.
Bathroom: White suite comprising of cast iron bath with shower unit over and wall mounted hand basin. Tiling to splashback areas. Useful store cupboard.
The property sits within a generous size plot, predominately laid to lawn. Patio areas. The garden is stocked with mature trees, shrubs and bushes. Oil tank. Outside tap. Fencing and hedgerow to boundaries. Substantial timber workshop/outbuilding.
Front: Wrought iron gate with provisions for permanent driveway.
Thorpe Mandeville is situated approximately six miles north east of Banbury. In the village is The Three Conies pub, St John The Baptist Church and village hall. The nearby village of Culworth has a butchers, public house, cafe and popular primary school. The village of Middleton Cheney is approximately three miles away with many more amenities including a popular secondary school and sixth form.
Services: All except gasCouncil Tax Banding: E
Authority: South Northants Council
Directions: From Banbury Cross proceed to Junction 11 (M40) and continue onto the A422 which leads to Middleton Cheney at large roundabout take the 1st exit onto Banbury Lane B4525, take the turn signposted Thorpe Mandeville follow along this road and upon entering the village Thorpe Mandeville take 1st left, 1st left again into Townsend Lane
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