Price £320,000 - Available


  • Victorian home
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Dining area
  • Attractive bathroom
  • Garden
  • Recently fully refurbished
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Views to the rear
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

Maxwell Douglas Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale this recently refurbished three bedroom end terrace Victorian house commanding a good position on the outskirts of Chipping Norton and views to the rear.

The property has accommodation extending over three floors with a sitting room, dining area and an attractive kitchen featuring exposed brickwork on the ground floor. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a stunning bathroom. Completing the accommodation is an additional double bedroom on the second floor. Outside, there is a gravelled bay to the front and a garden to the rear, enclosed by mature hedging and fencing.

We strongly recommend that you arrange to view this property at your earliest opportunity to fully appreciate what is on offer and to avoid missing out. This property is being sold with NO ONWARD CHAIN.

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Chipping Norton is referred to as `the gateway to the Cotswolds` and is a vibrant market town. The property is within walking distance of the town centre which offers a mix of national retailers such as M&S Food (opens Q4 2018), Sainsbury`s, Co-op, Aldi, WH Smith & Boots plus a variety of specialist shops, popular theatre, golf course, leisure centre, lido, cafes, pubs & restaurants. There are regular bus services to Banbury, Oxford, Stratford upon Avon & Witney. Kingham station offers mainline rail links to Oxford, Worcester & London Paddington (80 mins). Daylesford and Soho Farmhouse are both within easy reach.
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