269 Banbury Road
Three-bedroom terraced cottage situated down a private lane with stunning views.
Outside A spacious garden to the front of the property which is laid to lawn with some flower beds. There is also a patio area and the garden overlooks the surrounding countryside.
Parking Off road parking for two cars.
Services Mains electricity, water and drainage Water will be recharged to the tenant at £20pcm, as a contribution towards usage. Oil fired central heating Council Tax Band D
Fixtures and Fittings The property has undergone a refurbishment to include a new kitchen, bathroom, new windows and new front door; full redecoration and has new carpets and hard floor coverings throughout.
The property is to be let unfurnished and all fixtures and fittings will remain the property of the Landlord and will be listed on an Inventory which will be included within the Tenancy Agreement.
Terms and Charges After an offer is accepted by the landlord, which is subject to contract and acceptable references have been received, a deposit of £1465.38 (equivalent to 5 weeks' rent) in advance will be required prior to the commencement of the tenancy. All rent is payable monthly in advance.
Any rent advertised is pure rent and does not include does not include any additional services such as council tax, water or utility charges.
The property is situated on a private rural estate close to the villages of Quainton and Waddesdon, with beautiful views over the adjacent countryside.
Located approximately 8 miles from Aylesbury, providing amenities such as shopping facilities, primary and secondary education and train services to London.
From Bicester, take the A41 towards Aylesbury. Continue through the villages of Kingswood and Woodham. Take the second exit at the roundabout. Shortly after, take the left hand turn signposted 'Buckinghamshire Railway Centre' and 'Quainton 2 miles'. Turn left at the crossroads in approximately 1 mile, signed 'Eco Farm'. Turn slight left off the road in 0.3 miles (before the railway bridge) and take the right hand fork. Continue along the drive and bear to the right and then to the left. The cottage is the second on the right hand side.
From Aylesbury take the A41 towards Bicester. Pass through Waddesdon with The Lion on your right and the Five Arrows on your left and continue along the A41. Take a right hand turn signposted 'Buckinghamshire Railway Centre' and 'Quainton 2 miles'. Turn left at the crossroads in approximately 1 mile, signed 'Eco Farm'. Turn slight left off the road in 0.2 miles (before the railway bridge) and take the right hand fork. Continue along the drive and bear to the right and the then to the left. The cottage is the second on the right hand side.Read all