OIEO £400,000 - Available


  • Village location
  • Double garage & drive to front
  • Open plan sitting room
  • Kitchen utility & cloakroom
  • Council Tax Band F
  • Detached family home corner
  • 4 bedrooms and an en suite
  • Dining room / conservatory
  • Well tended gardens
  • (£2 486 05 per annum)

This detached family home is situated on a corner plot within the sought after village of Hook Norton. This lovely home enjoys accommodation that includes a kitchen with separate utility room, a sitting room with fireplace, dining room / conservatory. There is also a separate study /playroom and a cloakroom. The master bedroom has an en-suite and there are three other bedrooms. There is a double garage with parking. The gardens are well tended with attractive hedge row boundaries.

Directions
On approaching Hook Norton Village, turn left passing the Peartree Inn and continue up Clay Bank taking the 2nd turning on the right into The Bourne, continue a short way along The Bourne and Old School End can be found on the right hand side.

Notice
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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