A substantial family home with period features and a large garden in a tucked away position.
Bylands is a beautifully presented period property, offering excellent family accommodation over three floors. The property has been recently extended and renovated to a high standard throughout and enjoys garden views from every room.
The ground floor comprises a double aspect kitchen with a duel fuel Range master range, larder, a variety of kitchen units and provides access to a useful cellar. In the main drawing room there is a gas fire with Carrara marble surround fireplace, exposed beams and French doors to the garden.
The newest addition to the home is a beautiful oak framed garden room which provides a large, open plan, dining and seating area overlooking the garden.
A dining hall with period features, utility and a study/library completes the ground floor accommodation. A staircase from the library provides access to the generous master bedroom, en-suite and dressing room/bedroom 6.
A secondary staircase off the kitchen rises to the 1st floor and provides access to the two further double bedrooms and a shower room. Stairs rise to the 2nd floor in which bedroom 4 & 5 can be found. All bedrooms overlook the garden.
There is a large gravel drive which provides parking and a double garage. The drive has been extended to allow vehicular access to the property if required and is enclosed by a stone wall and gate. The garden is primarily laid to lawn with some mixed beds and mature trees.
Farthinghoe is a conservation village located in attractive, rolling countryside between the market towns of Banbury and Brackley. The village has a thriving community with excellent local facilities including a public house with restaurant, 12th century church, primary school (Ofted outstanding) and Limes Farm shop and tearoom.
The neighbouring villages of Charlton and Middleton Cheney both have a village shop. A wider range of shops and services can be found in Banbury and Brackley with more comprehensive facilities in Bicester, Milton Keynes and Oxford.
There are excellent communication links within easy reach, Banbury train station is within 6 miles and the M40 within 5 miles. There is also a regular bus service between Banbury and Brackley.
From Banbury, take the A422 dual carriage way. At the first roundabout, take the Brackley Road. Continue for approximately 4 miles and before entering the village, take the right turn as signed to Charlton. After approximately 100 yards turn left into the village and then turn left again onto Old Lane. Bylands is found gable-end on the left as the lane bends.Read all
- Beautifully presented family house.
- Large enclosed garden
- Close access to Banbury - Ideal for commuters.
- Stunning Oak framed garden room
- 5/6 bedrooms.
- Double Garage with workshop.
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