- Delightful non estate village location
- Detached & well presented family home
- Master bedroom with luxurious en suite
- Double garage and parking space
- Oil fired central heating
- A well served village with shop, pub, school & church
- Two reception rooms & kitchen/breakfast room
- Pretty and well tended gardens
- No further chain considered
- Council Tax Band G
An impressive and well presented family home situated in one of the most popular villages. Located in a lane central to the village in an non estate position this lovely home enjoys generous accommodation that includes a spacious entrance hall, a double aspect sitting room with fireplace and a multi fuel burner in situ. There is a separate dining room, a stunning fitted kitchen/breakfast room with an array of fitted appliances, an additional utility and cloakroom. There is engineered oak floor to the entrance hall and two principle reception rooms. Upstairs there are four well proportioned bedrooms including a master bedroom with a luxury en suite which has a roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. Outside, the rear garden is delightful and enjoys a patio area with pathway that winds between well tended flower borders to the covered sun terrace area at the bottom of the garden, which is ideal for alfresco dining when weather permits. The front garden has borders and a gated gravelled driveway. There is also a double garage which has two additional parking spaces to the front.
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Long Compton is a popular and well served village located within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Warwickshire and Oxfordshire border, between Chipping Norton and Shipston on Stour. Village amenities include The Red Lion pub, village hall, parish church, local shop and village primary school. The location benefits from excellent transport links by road to Stratford, Oxford or Cheltenham and by rail to Oxford, Worcester, Reading or London Paddington (circa 96 mins). Moreton in Marsh train station is located 6 miles away. Other popular amenities within the region include Daylesford Organic, Soho Farmhouse and Chipping Norton Theatre.
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