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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Launton Road, Stratton Audley, Bicester, Oxfordshire

Under Offer £495,000

Property Description

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Moat Cottage is believed to originally date back to approximately the 1920-30's, built of stone under a tile roof and formerly owned by the Stratton Audley Hall Estate.

The charming cottage has huge potential to update through renovations and extension, subject to the necessary
planning permission.

The rear hallway currently acts as the main entrance hall leading past the utility room with cloakroom and the kitchen, which comprises a variety of integrated units and a pantry.

The kitchen leads through to the traditional dining room with large windows with views over the garden and a feature fireplace.

The dining room follows into the original hallway which opens into the drawing room with wooden block flooring and working fireplace and also provides access to the old entrance porch and rear garden through the original front door.

The first floor comprises three double bedrooms, each with feature fireplaces and the family bathroom.

Moat Cottage is situated adjacent to open fields.

The cottage is situated in the quiet Oxfordshire countryside in the village of Stratton Audley which has a public house and a church. Stratton Audley lies north of the market town of Bicester.

Bicester has two railway stations with Bicester North and Bicester Village Train Station to London Marylebone both in approximately 45 minutes.

Bicester itself is an historic market town with a wide range of shops plus Bicester Village, together with cafes, pubs, numerous restaurants, weekly markets and a new Sainsbury's supermarket and cinema complex.

The M40 is within easy reach at J9 or J10 and offers easy access to London, M25, Oxford and Birmingham.

There is a fenced garden and small driveway to the front of the property leading up to a terrace area and the house. A high wooden gate opens through to the rear garden which is predominately laid to lawn with herbaceous borders, gravelled patio area, two garden sheds and a log store.

The garden consists a variety of plants including climbing roses to the exterior of the house.

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03 November 2016

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