Price £425,000 - Available

  • Impressive detached family home
  • Four well proportioned bedrooms
  • Integral garage/store with utility area
  • No further chain considered
  • Driveway parking
  • Situated in the village of Hook Norton
  • Open plan kitchen & dining room
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Well tended & mature garden
  • Council Tax Band D

This impressive detached family home is situated in an established and popular area of Hook Norton village. Built in the seventies, this modernised yet comfortable, bright and airy home enjoys a position directly overlooking the area`s pretty green, which is further enhanced by a variety of mature trees. There is a generous entrance hall which has stairs rising to the first floor, a ground floor cloakroom situated to one side and an integral doorway that leads to the garage/store, which also enjoys a utility area with plumbing for a washing machine and vent for a dryer with a useful sink, cupboards and drawers. The kitchen has under floor heating, integrated appliances, a breakfast bar and is open plan to the dining room area, making this an ideal family room. The sitting room enjoys an outlook across the rear garden and has twin double glazed doors onto the patio. Upstairs there are four well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. The rear garden is well maintained and has a lawn, patio and gated storage area with access to parking at the front of the property. The property enjoys oil fired central heating and is offered chain free.

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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