One of just three attractive, substantial detached family houses located on a sizeable plot, built in the grounds of a former public house. Constructed in the 1990's by a reputable local builder this 4 double bedroom property boasts a guest en suite, double garage, beautiful landscaped mature gardens and views over a paddock and meadow land to rear.
The accommodation comprises a large hall with wooden floors, triple aspect living room with feature brick built fireplace and log burner, double doors to a large conservatory with views over the stunning garden. Also from the hall there is access to the cloakroom, a large study, kitchen/breakfast room and utility. The light and airy large landing leads to the master suite with wardrobe area and en suite bathroom. The guest suite benefits from an en suite shower room and there is a family bathroom. Both the remaining two bedrooms are double in size and overlook fields to the rear, while three of the four bedrooms have built in wardrobes
The heating is via oil central heating, many of the rooms have solid wood floors and the house is double glazed. The double garage has sufficient space above for conversion to a further room subject to planning permission and there is driveway parking for 2 vehicles. The grounds of the house extend past the garage down the private drive and include a mature, colourful shrubbery. The rest of the gardens wrap around the side and rear of the house and are filled with paths leading to mature flower and shrub borders, a true gardener's paradise and an oasis of colour from May until September. The garden backs onto a small paddock with stables and a large garden shed is concealed behind the double garage. The French doors from the conservatory open out onto a large patio area with pergola and stunning Japanese Wisteria.
Blackthorn is a thriving village with superfast broadband and many community events. Local train stations can be reached within a 10-15 minute drive in both Bicester and Aylesbury parkway, while Junction 9 of the M40 is only 6 miles away. Other nearby amenities include the retail village and Bicester town centre itself, with cinema, bars, cafes and high street shops.
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