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Features

  • Detached
  • Two reception rooms
  • Two double bedrooms
  • 75 ft Rear garden
  • Character features
  • Garage/Workshop

Nearest Stations

  • Banbury Rail Station - 2.3 miles
  • Kings Sutton Rail Station - 5.5 miles
  • Kings Sutton - Village Square - 5.6 miles

A charming two bedroom detached cottage.

Entrance hallway | Living room |Dining room | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility | Conservatory/garden room (no direct access from the house) | Two double bedrooms | Bathroom |Garage/workshop | 75 ft Rear garden 

Located in the village of Little Bourton to the north of Banbury is this charming two bedroom detached cottage built in 1910, the property benefits from two reception rooms, 75 ft rear garden, garage, large workshop as well as retaining many character features.

Ground Floor

Double glazed composite door to entrance hallway.

Entrance hall: Tiled floor.  Radiator. Stairs rising to first floor. Doors to ground floor accommodation.

Living room: Stripped wooden floor. Open fireplace with surround, tiled inset and hearth. Radiator. UPVC double glazed boxed bay window to front aspect. 

Dining room: Original tiled terracotta floor.  UPVC double glazed window overlooking rear garden. Good size pantry cupboard.  Understairs storage cupboard. Feature wood panelling.  Door to kitchen/breakfast room.

Kitchen/breakfast room: Range of base and eye level units with hardwood worktop and tiled splashbacks.  Space for Range cooker.  Radiator. Tiled flooring. Cupboard housing fuse box. Original window into conservatory.  UPVC double glazed door leading to the garden.  Door to rear lobby. 

Lobby: Tiled flooring. Built-in storage cupboard.  Second door leading to utility room.

Utility room:  Space and plumbing for washing machine, dryer and fridge. Tiled flooring.  UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.

First Floor

Landing: Access via stripped wooden staircase with feature panelling. Stripped wooden floor on the landing. Doors to first floor accommodation.
Bedroom one: Large double bedroom with UPVC double glazed window to front and rear aspects with pleasant view of the garden.  Feature fireplace.  Stripped wooden floors.  Overstairs storage cupboard. Excellent ceiling height. 

Bedroom two: Comfortable double bedroom.  Stripped wooden floors. Feature fireplace.  UPVC double glazed window to front and rear aspect. Radiator.  Excellent ceiling height. Access to loft.

Bathroom: Larger than average bathroom, three piece white suite comprising of low level WC, his and hers wash handbasin with built-in storage underneath and P-shaped bath with rainfall shower and separate shower attachment over.  Fully tiled walls.  Radiator.  UPVC double glazed window overlooking rear garden.

Outside

Front: Original paved walk-way to front door.  The rest is mostly laid to lawn, enclosed by brick wall with neighbouring houses either side.  To the front is low level wall with wrought iron fence.

Rear garden: Measuring approximately 75 ft in length with a south facing aspect. Original paved pathway. Small patio area. Concrete area surrounding the conservatory. The main section of the garden is mostly laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub borders.  Patio seating area. Central circular flower bed. Hardstanding for greenhouse. The garden is enclosed by timber panel fencing. Worcester oil boiler next to the conservatory. Looking at the rear of the property there is access to the left and gated access to the right.

Conservatory: UPVC construction with polycarbonate roof. This room does not currently have access via the house and is therefore mainly used as a garden room.

Access over neighbouring garden to garage and workshop.

Garage/workshop: Stone building with metal corrugated roof. Metal up and over door to the garage section.  Door to workshop. Power and light connected. High ceilings.  Access from the road.

Agents Note

Please note the parking space at the front of the property belongs to the house next door. Parking is available for ‘The Laurels’ in the property’s own garage.

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).



Property Ref: S667607

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