- Character cottage
- Wood burning stove
- Two bedrooms
- Private garden
- (£1 529 88 per annum)
- Village location
- Two receptions
- Fitted kitchen & storage area
- Council Tax Band C
An impressive character cottage, tucked away in the sought after village of Hook Norton. This lovely home is both welcoming and well presented and enjoys accommodation that includes an entrance porch with stable style door, sitting room with fireplace, separate dining room & fitted kitchen with additional storage area. Upstairs there are two well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. The garden has a southerly aspect, is well tended, private and enclosed.
Proceed into Hook Norton centre and turn right into BrickHill by the village shop and continue down the hill and then up the hill and upon reaching the brow of the hill park on the left hand side and then walk up the foot path to the property.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Hook Norton is a sought after location due to the range of local shops, a post office, a doctors and dentists surgery, a choice of public houses, a parish church and a Church of England maintained primary school. The location also benefits from being an easy commuter distance to Chipping Norton (6 miles) and Banbury (8 miles). The M40 motorway can be accessed from near Banbury plus Banbury rail station offers national links to Oxford & London Marylebone (circa 55 mins).
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