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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Merton Road, Ambrosden, Bicester

Guide Price £475,000

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Originally an old milking barn, built in the late 1800's this stunning property has been converted into a three bedroom barn conversion, set in a private enclave of just four individual properties.

Accessed via electronically controlled gates this property has been skillfully converted to a very high specification by a reputable local developer, using many of the original materials including the beams and brickwork.

It boasts many beautiful high specification finishes. The flooring in the entrance hall, Kitchen/breakfast room, utility and cloakroom are all Travertine tiling with the remainder of the rooms being carpeted. All of the internal doors are oak and there are hardwood double glazed windows with wrought iron fittings.

The large kitchen/breakfast room is wonderfully designed. The bespoke Villeroy & Boch solid wood units and tops have been crafted with an eye for fine detail and are complimented by the Tavertine tile floor. It boasts a double Belfast sink, double Range Master style cooker and integrated appliances, and is ideal for any aspiring cook.

The superb family-sized lounge is a real wow, with brick feature fireplace with multi fuel stove and twin aspect French doors leading out to the patio area.

To complete the ground floor accommodation is a utility room and WC.

The Large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room is a real grown up paradise. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

From an ecological point of view the property has gas central heating systems with thermostatically controlled radiators, mega flow hot water tank and low energy inset lighting.

The barn also benefits off road parking and a walled garden area with flagstone patios, outside security lighting and storage shed.

The village of Ambrosden is set approximately 3 miles southwest of the market town of Bicester. the old part of the village consists of a few houses, including the Park Farm, a public house called the Turner Arms, a post office, a corn mill, a village hall (formerly a school) and the modern school.
The village also contains the church, the Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin, a hair salon, a garage, and a craft shop.

Most of the houses and cottages are built of coursed rubble, with many standing on the high road leading from Merton to Bicester, opposite the park, church, and vicarage. To the east of the village, near the parish church, are some 19th-century cottages made of stone, roofer with slates.

For commuters both Bicester North and Bicester Town stations are a short drive away with services to London Marylebone, London Paddington, Oxford and Birmingham. Junction 9 of the M40 is close by and offers commuter access to London, M25 and Birmingham.

Located 12 miles from Oxford and 24 miles from Milton Keynes, Bicester is one of the fastest growing areas in Oxfordshire with excellent transport links by rail and road to the cities of London, Oxford and Birmingham.

The town is a historic market centre, but has shown major ambitions for growth through the development of the internationally recognised Bicester Village Shopping Centre, the town centre redevelopment and the Bicester Eco-town.

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08 April 2016


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