A stone detached period family home extended & improved over the years. The property now offers family accommodation including an entrance hall with flagstone floor, a sitting room with inglenook fireplace, wood burner & dual aspect French doors on to the gardens, a separate dining room, a study which is currently used as a music room & a kitchen/breakfast room. The kichen is fitted with a range of pine fronted units, fitted oven & hob, integrated fridge/freezer & dishwasher, & a walk in pantry. The quarry tiled floor extends to the breakfast area. There is a separate utility room & cloakroom. A boot room has stable doors to the front & rear & provides access to the double garage. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, four further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study & a large family bathroom with both a bath & double width shower.
Chipping Warden is located to the north east of Banbury on the A361. Within the village there are two public houses & a primary school. The nearby market town of Banbury offers a range of shopping & recreational facilities, a mainline railway station & Jct 11 of the M40.Outside
The property is approached through wrought iron gates which give access onto a gravelled driveway, providing off road parking for several cars & leads to the double garage which is entered via two pairs of timber doors, has light, power & overhead storage. The front garden is laid to lawn with established borders & is enclosed to one boundary by a mature beech hedgerow & stone walling. The front elevation of the house is complimented by a mature Wisteria. The gardens extend to the side & rear where there are further lawned areas, a feature well, maturing trees including Plum, Apple, Mulberry & Walnut, & mixed hedgerows.Additional Information
The property has an oil fired radiator heating system. Drainage is via a septic tank. The proposed high speed rail line (HS2) would pass adjacent to the village on an east/west axis. The line would run through a tunnel, approx 25m deep for 1 km approaching & exiting the village. Confirmation on the development of the line anticipated late 2011/early 2012, & would become operational in 2026.