A fine Grade II listed Victorian property which has been recently refurbished with further potential to incorporate a self contained lower ground floor flat, situated in the heart of the town.
Built of brick and rendered under a tiled roof, the property encapsulates Victorian charm and elegance with high ceilings and tall windows ensuring a bright and spacious feel.
Entrance hall with Pine floor leads through to the main reception rooms. To the right is the sitting room which benefits from many period features including high ceilings, large sash windows, attractive cornicing, gas fireplace with wood surround and ornate cast iron grate.
The large Kitchen/dining room to the left of the hall is a particular feature of the property and ideal for everyday living and entertaining being dual aspect, with a large dining area, Pine flooring, Oak wall and base units, integrated appliances including built in hob, double oven and grill and dishwasher. Double doors with stain glass window above leads through to the delightful family room. A study/playroom, complete the ground floor accommodation.
The lower ground floor, which has its own independent access has previously been used as a self contained flat and has the potential to be renovated and incorporated within the house.
The first floor accommodation which comprises of four bedrooms including a stunning dual aspect guest bedroom with a Juliet balcony, family bathroom with modern fittings and a secondary landing and staircase.
Stairs rise to the second floor landing with an original stain glass window, dual aspect master bedroom with cast iron grate fireplace, dressing room and large en suite bathroom.
Extensive shopping and commercial facilities are available within the town. Well located for state and private schools including St John's Priory School, The Carrdus at Overthorpe, Bloxham School, Tudor Hall School and Winchester House.
Competitive tennis, cricket and bowling clubs within the town. Communications are excellent with a railway station within 10 minutes walk and trains to London Marylebone in 70 minutes and Birmingham New Street in 50 minutes respectively, with
improvements to the Chiltern line shortening journey times by 20% from summer 2011.
Conveniently located for the M40 motorway at Junction 11. Also with international airports at Birmingham and London Heathrow.
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.
The garden is primarily laid to lawn with well stocked beds, Laurel hedgerow and fencing to boundaries.
A terrace area can be found adjacent to the property, ideal for alfresco dining.
Ample off road parking for several cars.