- 3 large bedrooms
- End of terrace
- No chain
- Period Features
- Town centre location
- Walled garden
- Period House
- Grade II Listed
- Log burner
- Recently refurbished
To the front is a gravelled area with space for dining. The current owner has put in for planning approval to drop the kerb at the front to make a parking space.
The ground floor consists of a spacious living room, off a hallway, with bay window to the front and a log burner, a dining room with space for a good sized table and chairs, a cloakroom tucked under the stairs and a newly fitted kitchen with built-in appliances, a large skylight and access to the rear garden.
In the garden is an attached brick built outbuilding which houses a newly fitted gas boiler.
The first floor has a large double bedroom with window to the front and a stunning and spacious bathroom with separate shower cubicle and an airing cupboard on the landing.
The top floor offers 2 large double bedrooms and a large cupboard on the landing.
This period property benefits from parquet flooring, beams, sash windows, high ceilings and a great feeling of space. It is double glazed in parts, has mains services and gas central heating.
The bustling market town of Chipping Norton is known as ‘the gateway to The Cotswolds’.
Circa 20 miles North of Oxford, the town has a wide range of shopping and recreational facilities including banks, doctors, dentists, restaurants and a theatre. Chipping Norton also benefits from a leisure centre and schools (primary and secondary). Daylesford Organic and Soho Farmhouse are just a short drive away.
The M40 at Banbury (for London and Birmingham) is approx 14 miles away. Charlbury mainline train station is approx 7 miles away and serves Oxford (20 mins) and London Paddington (80 mins).
All distances and times are approximate.
Council Tax Band D. Freehold. Mains services
Council Tax Band: D (West Oxfordshire Council)