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Beech Road, Oxhill

Guide price £365,000 Freehold

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A CHARMING EARLY 18TH CENTURY LISTED STONE VILLAGE COTTAGE WITH ENCLOSED GARDEN WITH SEPARATE STUDIO.

Oxhill is a sought after and well located south Warwickshire village surrounded by attractive undulating countryside from which a variety of outdoor pursuits can be undertaken including walking, riding, and cycling.

Within the village is the popular public house, The Peacock Inn together with a fine Parish Church, whilst the neighbouring village of Tysoe has a Primary School, village stores, and post office. The local centres of Shipston on Stour, Stratford upon Avon, Banbury, Warwick, and Leamington Spa are close by. There is a main line station at Banbury providing fast and frequent connections to London (Marylebone). Junction 12 of the M40 Motorway is at Gaydon giving access to Oxford, London and the South East together with Birmingham and the West Midlands to the North.

Porthkerry, 1 Beech Road is a charming mid terrace Grade II listed early 18th century stone village cottage with a thatched roof which has been reconditioned and re-ridged in September 2017. The property offers spacious and well-proportioned accommodation benefiting from oil fired heating. Features within the cottage include two open fireplaces, one with wood burning stove together with a window seat, exposed beams, and timbers. In addition there is an electric Aga.

Outside and to the back is the attractive enclosed garden with a separate studio/garden store to the back.

From the front garden the open Porch with stone floor and front door leads in to the Sitting Room with fireplace with pine surround and mantel shelf, raised stone hearth, window seat and exposed beams. The doorway leads through to the Dining Room with fireplace incorporating wood burning stove with brick surround and chimney breast, raised hearth, exposed beams.

From the sitting room, door leads into the Kitchen/Breakfast Room with two hob double oven electric Aga, fitted base units with work surfaces over, glazed china sink, plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge freezer, ceramic tiled floor, breakfast area with stable door into garden, door into

Inner Lobby off which is situated the Bathroom, part tiled with bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin with built in cupboard under, w.c., separate shower cubicle, ceramic stone tiled floor, boiler cupboard with Worcester oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water.

On the First Floor is the Landing with exposed beam and shelved Linen Cupboard. Door and step down leads into Bedroom One with exposed beam and built in half double wardrobe, Bedroom Two with built in half double wardrobe and exposed beam, Bedroom Three with exposed beam.

Outside to the front and back behind a low stone wall is a lawned area with a stone path leading to the front door with flower border adjoining. To the back the Garden is enclosed, is about 40'0"/12.19m deep, and principally comprises of a lawned area surrounded by flower and shrub borders with a stone path leading down to the Studio/Garden Store, part pine panelled, wood burning stove and electricity connected.



GENERAL INFORMATION

Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession.

Council Tax This is payable to Stratford on Avon District Council. The property is listed in band C.

Fixtures and Fittings All items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. All other items are expressly excluded.

Services Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired boiler for central heating and hot water.

Rights of Way It is understood there is a pedestrian right of access from Beech Lane to the back garden.

Directions CV35 0QS
From Kineton proceed south to Little Kineton and take the first turning left after the Sports and Social Club. Follow the road out of the village and take the first turning right signposted to Oxhill. Continue over the crossroads with the A422 (Banbury to Stratford upon Avon road) and continue into Oxhill. Bear left into Main Street and opposite the Peacock Inn turn left into Beech Lane. Porthkerry is situated almost immediately on the right.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The attached particulars have been prepared in good faith and are for guidance only. They are intended to give a fair description of the property but do not constitute part of an offer or form any part of a contract. The photographs, which were supplied by the vendor, show only certain parts and aspects as at the time they were taken. The photographs were taken by the vendor. We have not carried out a survey on the property, nor have we tested the services, appliances or any specific fittings. Any areas, measurements, or distances we have referred to are given as a guide only and are not precise.
MFF/S1811/F002_3/04.10.2018


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Features
  • Charming listed 3 bedroom cottage
  • Early 18th century
  • Village location
  • Enclosed garden
  • Separate studio/garden store
  • Oil fired central heating

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