5 bedroom house for sale18 Church Street, Bicester
Sold STC £695,000
- 2,700 SQUARE FEET OF LIVING SPACE
- FIVE BEDROOMS
- FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS
- LARGE WALLED REAR GARDEN
- OUTBUILDING AND TRIPLE GARAGE
- PERIOD FEATURES
- UTILITY ROOM
- DOWNSTAIRS BATHROOM
- VIEWS OVERLOOKING CHURCH
- TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
A GRADE 11 LISTED TOWN HOUSE WITH LARGE WALLED GARDEN IN THE HEART OF THE OLD TOWN OVERLOOKING THE CHURCH, IN NEED OF REFURBISHMENT, OUTBUILDING AND GARAGE.
The Property - Northampton House is a Grade II Listed town house dating back to the 16th Century with a large walled garden, outbuilding and garage in the heart of the old town overlooking the church, in need of refurbishment.
The ground floor accommodation comprises: An attractive hallway with part glazed door leading out on to the rear garden terrace. There are four good size reception rooms, two of which have high ceilings, sash windows and fireplaces. The main sitting room has an open stone fireplace and French doors leading out on to the rear garden. The morning room has an attractive bay window with aspect out on to rear garden. The kitchen with exposed beams has built-in base and wall units and leads out on to the dining room with windows and door on to rear garden. There is also a large downstairs shower and utility room.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Off the first first landing there are stairs leading to bedroom 5/attic Room with exposed beams.
Outside, to the rear there is a secluded mature walled garden with trees, shrubs and plants. There is access to a large stone shed and triple garage which has the potential to be converted subject to the necessary planning consent.
Directions - From Oxford take the A34 Western By-Pass to Bicester. At the first roundabout which goes over the M40 take the 2nd exit onto the A41 signposted Aylesbury/Bicester.
Proceed straight over the next 2 roundabouts heading for the town centre; this road leads onto the Kings Road and at the next set of traffic lights turn right into Kings End and follow this road which leads into Church Street where you will find Northampton House on the left hand side before the Church.
Situation - Bicester town is one of the fastest growing towns in Oxfordshire offering a diverse range of shops from proprietor owned specialist shops through to many of the most familiar High Street names, cinema complex and restaurants. Bicester designer village is only a few minutes walk from the town centre. There are excellent road and rail links to the A34 and Junction 9 and 10 giving access to London, Oxford and Birmingham. Bicester North Railway Station provides a service to London Marylebone (approximately 45 minutes).
Tenure - Freehold.
Local Authority - Cherwell District Council.
Council Tax - Band F. £2,444.00 per annum.
Epc Rating - E51.
Viewing Arrangements - Strictly by appointment through the agent, Fairfax and Company, Chipping Norton. Tel: 01608 644808 Email: email@example.com
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