A beautifully modernised and extended Grade II Listed family house in a very popular Oxfordshire vil
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Wisteria Cottage is thought to date back to the 17th century and is built of local stone under a tiled roof. The property is set back from the road on the village green in the popular village of Middleton Cheney and has been beautifully modernised and extended to offer flexible and well-proportioned accommodation whilst retaining many period features such as exposed beams, window seats and exposed stone.
The ground floor comprises a large sitting room with inglebook fireplace housing a wood burning stove, snug/family room also with wood burning stove and kitchen/dining room with a range of base and eye level units, integrated dishwasher and washing machine, range cooker, Belfast sink and French doors to the garden. A useful cloakroom adjoins the kitchen/dining room.
An original wooden circular staircase rises to the first floor where there are three double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom with built-in wardrobes.
The loft of the property has been beautifully converted to provide a further double bedroom and the master suite with dressing area and en-suite shower room. Great care has been taken by the current owners to use high quality fittings and materials and the work has been completed to a very high standard.
Planning Permission Planning permission and listed building consent has been granted to erect a detached, stone building to the rear of Wisteria Cottage under ref: S/2016/1440/FUL. This building could have a number of uses such as a home office, games room, playroom etc. The vendors have also had plans drawn up to extend the main house to the rear, planning permission is not yet in place for this. Further details and plans are available from the selling agents upon request.
The enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of mature trees and shrubs. There is also a patio area, garden shed, original well and double gates to the front of the house. The garden also has a range of lighting around the borders.
Middleton Cheney lies approximately three miles east of Banbury and 2 miles east of Junction 11 of the M40. On the borders of North Oxfordshire and South Northamptonshire, it is a popular and active village. Within the village amenities include both primary and secondary schooling and pre-school, library, mini supermarket, dispensing chemist, post office, bus service, two public houses and a parishchurch. There are good local schools including Chenderit and Chacombe Church of England Primary School. There is a good selection of private schools including Winchester House, The Caardus, Bloxham and Tudor Hall to name but a few. There is a good rail service to London Marylebone, from around 53 minutes, and the M40 motorway is easily accessible.
From Banbury take the A422 signposted Brackley and Middleton Cheney. After the dual carriage way, take the third exit from the roundabout continuing along the A422, after approximately 0.5 miles turn left onto Main Road and follow the road around to the left The Green can be found on your left hand side and 23-25 Main Road can be found directly ahead at the far end of The Green.Read all
- Beautifully modernised and extended house
- Five double bedrooms, two bathrooms
- Two well proportioned reception rooms
- Open plan dining room/ kitchen
- Pretty enclosed garden
- Popular village
- Good communication links
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