11 Church View, Banbury is a well presented three bedroom detached family home which sits on a very large plot with large garden to the rear and ample off road parking for many vehicles. The property is set back from road and offers scope for extending in the future with the correct planning and building regulation permissions. The living accommodation is arranged over two floors and is well laid out. On the ground floor there is an entrance hallway, sitting room, kitchen diner, utility room with W.C and large rear garden room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a very large rear garden comprising paved seating area, large lawn and vegetable garden to the foot of the garden with wooden outbuildings. There is vehicular access to the rear where there is ample off road parking for at least seven vehicles. We have prepared a floor plan to show the room sizes and layout, some of the main features include:
Stairs rising to the first floor with doors leading into the sitting room and kitchen. Useful under stairs storage cupboard and wood effect flooring throughout.
Large sitting room with door leading into the kitchen and sliding door leading into the rear garden room. Inset wood burning stove and oak effect flooring throughout and window to the front aspect.
A good sized kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with modern, beech coloured shaker style cabinets with worktops over. Integrated range cooker with extractor hood over, space for a free standing fridge freezer and Bianco sink with drainer. Tiled splash backs and window to the rear aspect with door leading into the utility room W.C. Continuation of the wood effect flooring from the hallway.
Utility Room W.C
A useful addition to the property with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, tiled flooring and door and window leading into the rear garden. Internal door leading into the W.C which is fitted with a toilet and wash basin with eye level cupboards above. Window to the side aspect and continuation of the tiled flooring. Wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler for the heating system and hot water.
A large, former conservatory that has recently been insulated and a composite tiled roof fitted making this a fully usable room all year round. Plenty of space for furniture and two doors leading into the rear garden.
First Floor Landing
A bright and airy landing with windows to the front and side aspect and doors to all first floor rooms. Loft hatch providing access to the roof space which is partly boarded with light and ladder. Cupboard housing the hot water tank with shelving above.
A good sized double bedroom with window to the rear aspect.
A good sized double bedroom with window to the front aspect.
A good sized single bedroom with window to the rear aspect.
Fitted with a modern white suite comprising panelled bath with rainfall shower above and also hand held shower head, toilet and wash basin. Floor to ceiling white tiling, heated towel rail. Window to the side aspect.
Outside to the rear there is a larger than average south facing garden which is split into a pleasant lawned section, patio and vegetable garden with ample parking for at least eight vehicles. There is a patio area adjoining the house with pond and rockery borders with established planted sections. There is a pleasant wooden pergola seating area with pathway leading onto the lawn. Beyond the lawn there is a very large vegetable garden with good sized greenhouse, raised vegetable beds and a good quality, large wooden shed at the foot of the garden. There is a gated vehicular access at the rear which is accessed from Elizabeth Rise which leads to a gravelled area providing parking for many vehicles with further wooden shed and also a wooden play house. From here there is a gated side entrance leading to the front of the property. To the front of the property there is a central pathway with gravelled borders to both sides with established shrubs and bushes.
From Banbury Cross proceed in a southerly direction along South Bar and turn right at the traffic lights where signposted to Bloxham and Chipping Norton. After approximately ¼ of a mile turn right into Queensway and Church View will be found as the second turning on the left. The property will be found after a short distance on the left hand side in the corner.
All mains services connected. The gas fired boiler is located in the W.C.
Cherwell District Council. Tax Band E.
By prior arrangement with Round and Jackson.