Semi-detached period cottage built of stone under a tiled roof with more recent additions, the cottage is superbly situated in an elevated position with far reaching views across Oxfordshire countryside.
Entered by way of a large glazed porch, the property is double glazed throughout and decorated in neutral tones, the bright and airy accommodation provides great potential
for personalisation and updating.
The ground floor provides well proportioned living
accommodation including an attractive spacious sitting room with ceiling beams, exposed brickwork and a large open working fireplace with solid fuel Turnberry Stove, with views over the garden and across rolling rural Oxfordshire countryside.
The property also comprises a good size dining hall as well as dual aspect kitchen with rear access into the courtyard and parking. A recently finished shower room completes the downstairs accommodation.
The well proportioned upper floor comprises three
bedrooms, a large bathroom and additional cloakroom.
Swalcliffe is an attractive village with mainly period Hornton stone properties situated to the west of Banbury.
Surrounded by beautiful and unspoilt rolling countryside, Swalcliffe lies on the edge of the Cotswolds, with a good network of public rights of way in the area. There is a lovely old parish church, a renowned public house and a
magnificent Grade I listed Tithe Barn, now a museum.
There are excellent educational, recreational and shopping facilities in nearby Banbury, Bloxham and Chipping Norton.
Comprehensive shopping facilities are available in the market towns of Chipping Norton, Banbury and further afield towards Cheltenham, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Oxford.
Schooling in the area includes Sibford Gower Primary, Bloxham C of E Primary School, Hook Norton Primary and The Warriner Secondary School in Bloxham. Private Schooling can be found in Sibford: Sibford School and Banbury: Tudor Hall and Bloxham School.
Conveniently located for the M40 motorway at junctions 10 and 11, as well as rail links from Banbury to London Marylebone in about 70 minutes and Charlbury into London Paddington in about 60 minutes. Journey times subject to change due to improvement works to the Chiltern line expected to shorten journey speed by 20%.
Leisure facilities include Golf at Rye Hill, Tadmarton, Lyneham and Chipping Norton. Racing at Cheltenham, Stratford and Warwick. Polo at Kirtlington Park, Southam and Cirencester Park and Theatres in Shakespeare's Stratford-Upon-Avon,
Oxford and Chipping Norton.
A block paved driveway leads around past the house to a parking area at the rear. Primarily laid to lawn, the attractive front gardens are a particular feature with well stocked mature
borders and taking full advantage of the views.