4 bedroom detached house for saleMalthouse Lane, Shutford
- Secluded position
- Four Bedrooms
- Quiet village
- Garage and Driveway
- Well proportioned accommodation
- Modern kitchen
- No onward chain
A detached village home enjoying a secluded position.
Entrance hall | Lounge with feature log burner | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility | Study | Ground floor shower room |Four bedrooms | Bathroom | Garage | Driveway | Private garden | No onward chain
Located in the heart of this unspoilt village approximately 6 miles west of Banbury, a four bedroom stone built detached home offered in good decorative order throughout and providing well proportioned accommodation. The property enjoys elevated views of the village and further countryside.
Front door leads to entrance hall, stairs rising off to first floor. Door through to;
Lounge: Feature exposed Hornton stone chimney breast and inset log burner. Window to two aspects.
Kitchen/breakfast room: Comprising of inset double Belfast sink. Heaven and Stubbs bespoke kitchen comprising of comprehensive range wall and base units. Granite work surfaces. Integrated Bosch dishwasher. Space for Range cooker. Integrated fridge/freezer. Travertine flooring. Recessed spotlights. Door to;
Utility: Matching wall and base units. Inset Belfast sink. Granite work surfaces. Matching flooring. Floor mounted oil fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating. Door to;
Study: Window to side aspect.
Shower room: Modern white suite comprising of pedestal hand basin. Low level WC. Fully tiled shower cubicle. Tiled flooring. Heated towel rail. Recessed spotlights. Extractor.
Landing: Skylight window. Access to loft.
Master bedroom: with fitted wardrobe and door to low level WC and pedestal hand basin, tiling to splashback areas. Shaver socket and light.
Two further double bedroom.
One single bedroom having fitted wardrobes.
Bathroom: White suite comprising of panelled bath. Pedestal hand basin. Low level WC. Tiling to splashback areas. Vinolay flooring. Shaver socket and light.
Shutford is a peaceful village, the Church St Martins has Norman origins. There is a public house and green area at The Diarygrounds for children to play. The village is in the catchment for Bishop Carpenter Primary School and Warriner Secondary School. Nearby Sibford has a village shop and post office with butchers and hairdressers at Tysoe.
From Banbury Cross proceed west along West Bar and into the Broughton Road; continue out of Banbury, turning right into North Newington and go through the village which leads onto the Shutford Road. Upon reaching the village go past the George & Dragon public house and take the next right turn into West Street, first turning on the right into Malthouse Lane. The property can be identified by a for sale sign.
Rear: Small courtyard area laid to block paving where the oil tank is situated.
Front: Garden fully enclosed by brick and stone walling giving a good degree of privacy. Laid to lawn. Patio area. Flowers, shrubs, trees and bushes. Approximately 45ft in width x 30ft in depth.
Side: Block paved driveway providing off road parking for 2/3 vehicles leading to a single garage with roller up and over door and additional storage to side. Light and power.
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