A charming Cotswold stone terraced cottage in a desirable rural North Oxfordshire village
1A1A Station Road is a sensitively-modernised stone-built property offering light-filled accommodation arranged over two floors, cleverly combining the amenities of modern living with retained period features including exposed beams and an original fireplace. As is usual in properties of this age, the front door opens into a welcoming sitting room with feature bay window and a stone fireplace, with the ground floor accommodation completed by a rear hall with useful storage and a stable door to the rear garden and a generous kitchen offering a range of contemporary wall and floor units with modern integrated appliances.
On the first floor the property offers a generous front aspect principal bedroom with exposed A frame ceiling, together with a well-proportioned rear aspect study, suitable for use as an additional single bedroom if required, together with useful eaves storage and a modern family shower room.
The property is approached over a low maintenance gravelled front garden. A gravelled walkway from the back door has steps up to the well-maintained enclosed rear garden which features a large gravelled terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, with steps up to a raised area of level lawn bordered on one side by mature shrubs and trees. To the side of the property is a shared driveway providing off road parking for two cars. A gate at the rear of the garden provides secondary access to the property.
Lying between Banbury and Oxford, Lower Heyford is a delightful village surrounded by farmland nestled in a picturesque valley with the River Cherwell running parallel to the Oxford Canal. The village offers a good range of day to-day amenities including a church, local store, country pub and village train station serving central Oxford. To the east, Bicester provides a wider range of amenities including local and High Street shopping and the eponymous Shopping Village. Banbury provides extensive shopping and commercial facilities together with leisure amenities including competitive tennis, football, cricket and bowling clubs.
Communication links are excellent with a village railway station at Heyford, Bicester North, Bicester Village and Banbury town centre Stations all nearby, the latter providing trains to London Marylebone and Birmingham New Street in about 50 minutes and 40 minutes respectively. The property enjoys easy access to the M40 motorway with Birmingham airport some 55 miles away; Oxford, providing further cultural and leisure facilities, is approximately 17 miles by car and 13 minutes by train.
The property is well located for state schools including Dr. Radcliffes C of E Primary School, Heyford Park Free School and The Marlborough C of E School together with a good selection of noted independent schools including Bloxham, Tudor Hall, St. Johns Priory, Bruern Abbey, Sibford and Carrdus.
From Strutt & Parkers Oxford office, head north on Banbury Road (A4165) and after 2.0 miles at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Oxford Road (A4260) and follow this road for 8.6 miles. Turn right onto B4030 and after 1.5 miles the property can be found ahead.Read all
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- Sitting room
- Rear hall
- Principal bedroom
- Study/Second bedroom
- Family shower room
- Eaves storage
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