Clinton House is an attractive character village home centrally situated within this highly sought after village to the South of Banbury. Previously a village shop, the property still has the large shop window to the front allowing for a lovely degree of light. The current owners have resided at the property for over 40 years and whilst it has been lovingly maintained throughout the ownership, it now offers the ability to update further by the next owner. The entrance hall gives access to the sitting room which is a lovely peaceful room, with an open stone fireplace. The kitchen and dining room is open plan with a range of eye and base level units & a double sink with a window that overlooks the rear garden. Within the kitchen area there is a cooker with further space for a fridge freezer and washing machine. Doors give access to the cellar which offers a good degree of storage and to the rear hallway. With a door to the garden, a further sliding door gives access to the cloakroom with low level wc and handwash basin. To the first floor the sizeable landing gives access to all the bedrooms which are well proportioned and there is access to the bathroom. In addition there is access to the loft with further double doors to the airing cupboard and a built in blanket box beneath a window to the front.
Situation Bloxham is a large ironstone village and facilities include a post office, local shops, petrol station, choice of public houses, a village church, dentist and doctor's surgery. Schooling within the village includes primary, secondary and a public school. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the nearby market town of Banbury to include the Castle Quay Shopping Centre, Spiceball Leisure Centre, Gateway Retail Park and Waitrose. M40 (Jct 11) gives access to both Birmingham and London. From Banbury there is also a mainline railway station to London Marylebone.
Outside The property's rear garden is enclosed by fencing and character stone walls, it offers a peaceful and private retreat with views to the Bloxham church in the distance. The garden is paved for ease of maintenance with raised stone flower and shrub borders providing an array of colour throughout the seasons. A pedestrian door gives access to a sizeable garage with a roller door to the front, light and power. A gate gives access to a covered passageway which is owned by Clinton House with a right of way for the adjoinning property.
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