A grade II listed village house in need of modernisation.
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Originally dating from the 17th century and remodelled in the early 19th century, Parish House is a handsome period home offering over 2,400 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. In its current configuration the ground floor accommodation provides a generous dining room with feature fireplace, a kitchen with a range wall and floor units and a door to a generous inner hall from which flows to the remaining accommodation. Beyond this there is a large sitting room with a feature fireplace a glazed conservatory with garden access and a spacious drawing room and double doors to a glazed triple aspect sun room with garden access. On the first floor there is a large principal bedroom with and inter-connecting dressing room / bedroom 4, two further well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom with corner bath and separate W.C.
Separated from the house is a detached stone-built barn/garage with exposed A frame ceiling, (Please note this is available by separate negotiation). A high stone wall screening the garden incorporates a pedestrian door to the front aspect and an enclosed garden laid mainly to level lawn interspersed by mature fruit trees with a greenhouse and timber shed.
Greatworth village has a good range of day-today amenities including a village shop which incorporates a Post Office (about 200 metres from the house), social club, public house, church and popular primary school. Extensive shopping and commercial facilities are available within Banbury and communication links are excellent with regular services to central London from Kings Sutton station, Banbury station within the town centre and easy access to the M40 motorway at Junctions 11 and 12. The area offers a wide range of state schooling including Greatworth Primary School in the village and Chenderit School together with a good selection of noted independent schools including Winchester House, Carrdus, Beachborough, St. Johns Priory, Stowe, Bloxham and Sibford.
From Strutt & Parkers Banbury office, turn left onto Horse Fair (A361). After 0.8 mile at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Hennef Way (A422). Stay on A422 for 2.3 miles then at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Banbury Lane (B4525). Follow this road for 4.2 miles, turn right then after 0.7 mile turn left onto Marston Road. After 0.3 mile Parish House can be found ahead.Read all
- A Grade II listed village house needing modernisation
- 3 Reception rooms
- 3/4 Bedrooms
- Attractive gardens
- Garage available by separate negotiation
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