Many of the original features have been retained including an Inglenook fireplace, high ceilings, exposed original floorboards and a shaped bay window with shutters. The apartment has been tastefully converted to include modern conveniences such as double glazed windows, electric heating, fitted kitchen and a refitted bathroom with shower. Parking is on the gravelled driveway to the front, communal entrance hall and communal gardens to rear,
Close proximity to Bicester Village Outlet, train station to London, and Bicester North station Marleybone to Birmingham, Jct 9 of the M40.
There is a reference fee payable when moving to a new property which will vary between £120 and £380 depending on number of occupants or whether a Guarantor is required. A fee of £270 including VAT, will is payable once satisfactory references are received. This is non-refundable should the applicant withdraw their interest in the property. The fee covers costs for Tenancy Agreement, Inventory, check in/out procedure, registration of deposit with the dps and administration costs.
The room measurements and floor plan are for illustrative purposes and should be considered as a representation of room layout only. No scales, positioning, inclusions, exclusions or measurement can be assumed to be accurate
Converted from old village rectory
Communal entrance hall
Living room with feature fireplace - 18'7" (5.66m) Max x 13'11" (4.24m)
Open plan kitchen
Bedroom with Inglenook fireplace - 14'7" (4.45m) x 12'9" (3.89m)
Sunny rear garden
Gravelled frontage with allocated parking space
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