An individual architect designed house built in 2012 to a very high specification from reclaimed brick and local stone. This substantial detached property offers light and airy accommodation situated on the edge of this much sought after North Oxfordshire village benefitting from beautiful countryside views. The accommodation which is arranged over two floors includes a reception hall with oak floor and galleried landing, cloakroom with white suite, superb dual aspect sitting room with oak floor, fireplace with wood burning stove and double doors opening onto the patio and garden. Both the dining room and study have oak floors whilst the spacious kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with an extensive range of base and wall units incorporating ample granite worktops, deep glazed sink, built in oven, hob and cooker extractor, microwave and fridge/freezer, Bi Fold doors opening onto the patio/courtyard. There is a useful utility, whilst on the first floor there are four double bedrooms and three bathrooms, two of which are ensuite. There is a large roof space accessed via a loft ladder. An internal viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this excellent property.
Situation Duns Tew is an attractive village with a Parish Church and Village Hall along with the White Horse, a 17th Century Coaching Inn, now a local friendly country pub and restaurant. The village is situated between Banbury and Oxford approx. 3 miles from the busy market village of Deddington which offers an excellent range of amenities. In addition to Deddington there are Primary Schools in Steeple Aston and Great Tew. Banbury and Woodstock provide more extensive shopping amenities with nearby Oxford providing further cultural and leisure facilities. Duns Tew is located approx. 7 miles from Junction 10 on the M40 and approx. 10 miles from the new Oxford Parkway station near Kidlington. There are also existing rail services from Banbury, Kings Sutton and Bicester North. Good local secondary schools include the Warriner School in Bloxham and Marlborough School in Woodstock. Private schools nearby include Bloxham School and Tudor Hall. Soho Farmhouse is approx 5 miles.
Outside Double width driveway to an attached double garage with twin wooden swing doors. There are a number of matching base and wall units with wooded worktops and a single Butler sink plus access to a fully boarded loft area. The front garden is enclosed by a reclaimed brick wall with a paved path to the lawned area and well stocked flower and shrub borders. To the side there is a further area of lawn and a gate leading to a paved courtyard which is ideal for alfresco entertaining.
Additional Information Air heat source pump providing all the hot water requirements including the under floor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor. Double glazing. Council Tax Band G.
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