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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Moor Lane, South Newington, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Under Offer £435,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four bedrooms, two reception rooms
  • Open plan kitchen/breakfast room
  • Enclosed rear garden with views
  • Garage

Full description

Built of stone under a tile roof, Misty Hollow was constructed in the 1960s and has been lived in by the current vendor for the last 35 years. A well-proportioned family house situated in a small development off the no through road, Moor Lane in the heart of this popular village.
Entered from a stone porch into a central hallway off which can be accessed the double aspect sitting room with large windows that flood the room with light. On the garden side, full height sliding doors lead out the garden beyond.
Also accessed from the hall is the dining room, currently used as a study, again with doors that lead out to the garden. Adjacent to this is the kitchen/breakfast room. Double aspect with fitted wall and base units, integrated washing machine, dishwasher and access to the garden both via the French doors and a side door that also leads to a covered side passage (linking the front of the house to the rear) and the garage. A downstairs shower and cloakroom, completes the downstairs.
The first floor accommodation comprises four good bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study. The three bedrooms to the rear all have wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.

Chipping Norton 7 miles, Banbury 7 miles (London Marylebone about 54 minutes), Oxford 19 miles

South Newington is a popular village situated
between the market towns of Banbury and
Chipping Norton on the south bank of the River
Swere close to the Cotswolds. Founded in
Norman times and recorded in the Domesday
book in 1086, the village originally had two
water mills.
The village benefits from a public house with restaurant (The Duck on the Pond), historical parish church with bell tower, and an Old Quaker meeting house which has become the village hall.
Good local facilities in the nearby villages of Bloxham, Hook Norton and Deddington include a doctors, a dentist, library, veterinary surgery, antiques shop, coffee and tea rooms, village stores, delicatessens and several public houses serving beer from the renowned and award winning local brewery.
More extensive shopping may be found in Banbury, Chipping Norton, Bicester and Oxford. Leisure facilities include golf at Rye Hill, Tadmarton, Lyneham and Chipping Norton; horse racing at Cheltenham, Stratford and Warwick. Motor racing at Silverstone and theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Chipping Norton.
There are a good selection of local schools which include primary at Bloxham and Great Tew; secondary at The Warriner (Bloxham) and Chipping Norton; Prep at Carrdus (Overthorpe), St Johns Priory (Banbury) and Winchester House (Brackley) and private secondary at Sibford School, Tudor Hall and Bloxham School.
Excellent train service from Banbury to London Marylebone taking from 53 minutes. The village is also conveniently located for the M40 motorway at junction 11 (Banbury) and junction 10 (Ardley) providing access to London.

Approached from Moor Lane over a private driveway that is shared and maintained by all properties. A garage and parking can be found to the front of the house. To the rear is a stunning rear garden, with mature herbaceous borders full of both perennial and seasonal plants as well as mature trees and hedges that run along either side.
At the bottom of the garden a haha overlooks the fields beyond. There is also a productive vegetable garden area and a pretty summer house that overlooks the view.

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Added on Rightmove:
20 December 2016

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