A well presented and fully updated two double bedroom stone built barn conversion for the over 55s with private parking and comfortably close to the station in the centre of Bicester.
14 St Birinus Cottages is a barn conversion facing south in the north west corner of a closed quadrangle, in the centre of Bicester's conservation area. The stone barn is approximately 250 years old and was sympathetically converted in 2001.
Of the former barn most of the exterior walls have been preserved subject to restoration which was necessary to form the present dwelling. The south facing rooms encourage relaxed living and the interior is characterised by high ceilings, deep window sills and some of the original beams which have been retained.
The property benefits from under floor heating to the entrance hallway, landing and both of the wet rooms. The remainder of the heating is electric which is a maintenance free and safe system. The kitchen has a range of units to both floor and eye level with built-in appliances and extractor vent.
Stairs lead to the first floor with doors opening to two double bedrooms and a second fully tiled wet room with shower. The loft offers a good space for storage and is boarded with light and power.
To the front of the property there is the added bonus of allocated parking with communal gardens surrounding.
Bicester has two railway stations, both on direct lines to London. Bicester North offers long distance and commuter services to London (Marylebone) and (Paddington) in approximately 43 minutes and Birmingham in approximately one hour and destinations beyond. Bicester Village is a new station which provides services between Marylebone and Oxford. The M40 is within easy reach at J9 or J10 and offers access to London, M25, Oxford and Birmingham. The A41, A43 and A34 are all within easy reach. Bicester Village is a dream destination for designer shopping with 130 luxury boutiques all on your doorstep and is a few minutes drive or a five minute walk from the town centre.
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, Cambridge and Birmingham.
The town is an 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 Ecotown. Bicester has been designated a 'Garden Town'.
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