- Quote Reference: SRK when inquiring
- Victorian Cottage
- Character Features
- High Ceilings
- 3 Bed 1 Bathrooms
- Refitted Kitchen
- Living/Dining Room
- Garden Home Office/Studio
- 145 (44.20) Rear Garden
- Mainly PVCu Double Glazed Windows
- Gas Radiator Heating
SEE OUR 360 TOUR Behind the intricate brickwork on the façade of this stunning CHARACTER VICTORIAN COTTAGE (dating to 1885) hides a wonderful interior offering space and high ceilings that has been sympathetically renovated by its current owner and boasts a 145 (44.20m) REAR GARDEN with a useful GARDEN HOME OFFICE/STUDIO, ideal for those who work from home. POPULAR VILLAGE with pubs and Indian restaurant, shops, farm shops, primary school, gym, cricket ground and rugby club. EPC Rating: E
Much love and attention has gone into the sympathetic renovation of this attractive Victorian Cottage.
The character of this property grabs you immediately from the street with its stunning façade of patterned brickwork and date stone of 1885, to its stone edged splay bay window, and stained-glass fanlight above the entrance door leading to further visual treats inside.
Inside delights with the abundance of character the property provides from its lofty spacious reception rooms ideal for entertaining and the on point modern kitchen, the luxury of the sumptuous bathroom just made for relaxing in and upstairs the three generous double bedrooms.
The property has two rear garden areas, immediately behind the house is a courtyard garden with timber dogs kennel and from here a path leads to a wonderful large rear garden that has been recently landscaped into separate rooms and planted with a variety of trees, lawned areas, large shed with power and light and at the foot of the garden a delightful Home Office/Studio with a patio to the front makes this ideal for those who work from home.
Bodicote is an attractive village some 2.6 miles south of Banbury, the nearest town, where a wide range of amenities can be found including supermarkets (M&S, Waitrose, Sainsburys, Tesco and Aldi), shopping, restaurants, and cafes, ten pin bowling, sports centre, gyms, and cinema. For commuters, Banbury has rail links to London, Oxford, Bicester, and Birmingham and is on J11 of the M40 motorway.
• Quote Reference: SRK when inquiring
• Victorian Cottage
• Character Features
• High Ceilings
• 3 Bed 1 Bathrooms
• Refitted Kitchen
• Living/Dining Room
• Garden Home Office/Studio
• 145 (44.20) Rear Garden
• Mainly PVCu Double Glazed Windows
• Gas Radiator Heating
So, what particularly attracted you to the property when you bought it?
Period building with large volumes with potential to extend, in a very popular village.
How long have owned the property?
Briefly, can you tell me some of the things you love about living here?
a. Very friendly neighbors
b. Lovely sun through the day
c. Beautiful country around with numerous walks from the doorstep to Adderbury and Bloxham.
d. Best of all lots of space inside.
e. Office in the garden to work from home.
Why are you moving?
What will you miss the most?
The village and the walks
A pathway leads through the front garden to a part glazed entrance door with stained glass fanlight over leading to:
Entrance Hall from here stairs rise to the first floor and door give access to:
Originally two rooms the ground floor reception space has been opened up at some stage to make one large room lending itself well to entertaining.
Living/Dining Room the front of the room is used as a spacious living area provided with natural light by the splay bay window with a chimney breast with space for a wall mounted TV and fitted bookshelves to either side. The Dining area has a ceramic tiled fireplace with timber surround and space for a six-seater dining table and fitted corner cupboard with a window to the rear aspect.
From the Living/Dining Room a door leads to a large under stair cupboard offering hanging space for coats, space for ironing board and vacuum cleaner and additional useful storage.
Kitchen has been refitted in the last year with a range of matt grey base and wall units comprising cupboards and drawers with granite effect worksurface with inset 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink with window over-looking a courtyard. Integral double oven, four ring ceramic hob with brushed stainless steel chimney hood over, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Cupboard housing gas fired boiler. Wood patterned ceramic tiled floor.
Bathroom being refitted and beautifully presented with an oak paneled bath with chrome over bath shower with grey ceramic tiled splash back and painted timber tongue and grooved paneled walls to the remainder of the room offering warm relaxing tones extending to high level W.C. and vanity unit with inset wash hand basin. Obscure double glazed window.
From the entrance hall stairs rise to:
To the first floor are the landing with a fitted and cupboard and three double bedrooms.
The Master Bedroom is located at the front of the property and has space for a king sized bed and wardrobe and bedroom furniture and has a double glazed window to the front and side aspects.
Bedroom 2 is located at the rear of the property with space for a double bed and a double glazed window looking down the rear garden.
Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom and has a double glazed window to the rear aspect. Airing Cupboard housing the hot water tank
Front Garden laid to gravel with a path to the front door.
Rear Courtyard Garden accessed of the Kitchen and ideal for sitting at a Bistro table and taking in your breakfast with a timber dog kennel for your pooch to also relax in. Gated access to shared pathway gives front and rear access to two adjoining properties. From the path access is gained to a pedestrian gate leading to:
Main Rear Garden approximately 145 in CHAR_LENGTH(44.20m) landscaped by the current owners into outside rooms comprising lawned areas planted with a variety of small trees such as magnolia and acer, large timber garden shed with power and light, pathway with outside lighting leading to:
Garden Office/Studio of brick construction with double glazed French doors, and large double glazed windows. Power & Light. Patio to front.
Bodicote is Banburys nearest southerly village and is ideally positioned for access to the town and amenities, main line rail links to Oxford, Birmingham, and London.
The village is well served village hall, playing field and playground, church, pubs, shops, farm shops, gym, cricket and rugby club and primary school.
Convenient road access to M40 motorway (J11). Rail links to London at Banbury (approximately 65 minutes to London Marylebone), Milton Keynes (approximately 33 minutes to London Euston), Bicester North (56 minutes to London Marylebone) & Bicester Village (approximately 51 minutes to London Marylebone).
Heating: Gas Fired Radiator Heating
Windows: Mainly PVCu Double Glazed.
Services: Mains: Gas, Water & Electric. Drainage: Mains
Council Tax Band: C
Village Amenities: village hall, recreation ground and playground, church, pubs, Indian Restaurant, shops, farm shops, gym, cricket and rugby club and primary school.
Nearby Towns: Further amenities are close by at Banbury (2.6 Miles), Stratford Upon Avon (22 miles), Bicester (13.5 miles), Oxford (24miles) (Milton Keynes (30 miles), (all distances approximate)
Village population: 2126 (2011 Census)
Primary School: Bishop Loveday
Secondary School: Wykham Park Academy. Blessed George Napier Catholic School.
Independent Schools: Bloxham Public School, Tudor Hall. Preparatory School: Cardus. St Johns Priory School.
Rail Links: Rail links to London Banbury (approximately 65 minutes) (Bicester North (approximately 56 minutes to London Marylebone) & Bicester Village (approximately 51 minutes to London Marylebone).
Motorway Links: Convenient road access to and M40 (J11) motorways and M1 (J15)
EPC Rating: E
Local Authority: Cherwell District Council
Strictly via the vendors sole agents, please contact Saul Roux Scrivener MRICS Keller Williams
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From Banbury Cross proceed in a southerly direction through South Bar Street onto the Oxford Road shortly after the speed camera turn left to Cherwell Heights/Bodicote before the Bodicote Flyover, turn right at the roundabout and proceed over the next roundabout onto White Post Road continue into High Street and turn left into East Street where Eastern Terrace is on your right hand side.
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Saturday 9.00 am - 4.00 pm
Sunday By appointment.
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