Butts Close, Aynho, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17

£325,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Attractive stone barn style home is situated at the end of a quiet no through road and offers well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors.

Entrance hall, cloakroom with white suite comprising wash basin and wc. Glazed double doors to the sitting room with a brick fireplace, multi fuel burning stove and French doors onto the garden. Kitchen/dining room with space for a table, a range of cupboards and drawers, sink with mixer taps over, Neff oven and 4 ring gas hob, space for washing machine and further under counter appliance, space for fridge/freezer.

On the first floor there is a large landing which would provide a useful study area plus access to the airing cupboard housing the combination gas boiler. Master bedroom with built in wardrobes and an ensuite comprising shower cubicle, sink with cupboards under and a wc. Two further bedrooms, one with built in wardrobes. Bathroom comprising of panel bath with glazed screen, sink with cupboards under and a wc.

Situation

Aynho is conveniently situated south east of Banbury on the B4100 with easy access to junction 10 on the M40 (approx. 4.8 miles) and Bicester Village and Bicester North stations offer commuters an excellent service into London. It lies on the edge of the Cotswolds with Blenheim Palace, Chipping Norton and Soho Farmhouse all a short drive away. Nearby Banbury and Bicester have a comprehensive range of facilities.

It is a pretty stone built village dating back to mediaeval times and is often referred to as the Apricot Village as there is a long tradition of cultivating apricot trees against cottage walls. It benefits from the beautiful Aynhoe Park a venue for celebrity weddings and also for the Aynho Summer Fair. There are proud village traditions, in particular the May Queen celebration.

Aynho has a strong community spirit with a village hall offering many clubs and activities including guided weekly walks, a monthly village newssheet delivered to all residents and a well maintained website. There are 2 children's playgrounds and a recreation field with tennis court, running track and hosts football and cricket matches. The Cartwright Hotel offers good quality food, accommodation and function rooms.

Nearby Charlton has a C of E primary school rated good by Ofsted. Secondary schools include The Warriner, Bloxham as well as independent schools -Tudor Hall School (girls) and the co-educational Bloxham School.

Outside

The walled garden is block paved, located to the front of the property and is well stocked with a variety of planting including magnolia tree, mature rhododendron and colourful hydrangea. Large greenhouse and lighting.

From the garden there is courtesy access to the single garage with light and power connected and a pitched roof which would provide useful storage. To the front of the garage there is tandem parking for two vehicles.

Additional Information

Gas radiator heating via combination boiler.

Council Tax band E. Small annual fee for drainage pump and lighting serving the close.

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