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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Oxhill Road, Tysoe, Warwick

Under Offer £470,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, utility room
  • Four bedrooms (one en-suite)
  • Family bathroom
  • Garden
  • Large single garage with loft

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Lansdown House is a traditional detached family
home constructed of brick under a tile roof.
The property is entered through a part glazed
front door which opens into the hallway.
On the ground floor, there is a double aspect
kitchen/breakfast room which has fitted wall
and floor cupboards with tiled flooring and patio
doors opening to the rear garden. The kitchen
leads on to the utility room which has fitted
plumbing and built in wall cupboards. From the
utility room, there is access to both the garage
and the back garden.
The drawing room is double aspect and faces
onto the garden with an Efel oil burning stove.
The study can be accessed from the hall with
fitted shelving and the sitting room which could
be used as a dining room or snug.
A staircase rises to the first floor where there
are four bedrooms. The Master bedroom
enjoys views over the garden and has built in
wardrobes and dressing table. The large ensuite
bathroom to the master bedroom consists
bath with separate shower, washbasin and WC.
There are two further double bedrooms and a
single, as well as a large walk-in airing cupboard
and the family bathroom.

Banbury 9 miles, Shipston on Stour 6 Miles, Stratford upon Avon 13 miles, Warwick 18 miles, Leamington Spa 20 miles, Oxford 35 miles, M40 (J12) 8 miles, Banbury to London Marylebone about 54 minutes.

An active village with a population of about
1,200 situated between Stratford upon Avon
and Banbury split into Upper Tysoe, Middle
Tysoe and Lower Tysoe. Set within rolling
countryside on the edge of an escarpment
and within the Vale of the Red Horse. Tysoe is
on the borders of South Warwickshire and
North Oxfordshire.
Village facilities include a Norman church,
post office, a village store, butcher, surgery,
hairdresser and beauty parlour, C of E primary
school with good recent OFSTED report, play
school, playing fields, tennis courts and a
public house.
Golf at Brailes, Tadmarton and Rye Hill.
Further facilities and amenities are available at
Stratford upon Avon and Banbury.
M40 motorway (J12) just 8 miles away and
(J11 Banbury) 10 miles away. Regular rail links
into London Marylebone from Banbury in about
54 minutes.

Lansdown House is approached by a large,
private gravel driveway with parking outside
the house for up to 6 cars. The garage has an
up and over door and provides access to the
house. It also has a large loft space. There are
side gates to both sides of the property giving
access to the sunny, south facing back garden.
The garden to the rear of the house is private
and predominately laid to lawn with mature
herbaceous borders and a raised vegetable
patch. There is also a terrace area accessed
from the kitchen. The oil tank is kept in a storage
shed outside; there is also a timber workshop
with electricity and a summer house at the end
of the garden.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 April 2016

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