Maylands is a very attractive Hornton stone built detached home set within this popular and pretty village in North Oxfordshire, close to the Warwickshire border. The property has been greatly improved to offer high specification, modern accommodation. As a chalet bungalow, the layout could be used to best suit the occupier and presently comprises;
A spacious entrance hall with a double doorway to the stunning open plan reception room and kitchen. This beautiful large room has been extended by the current owners and boasts bi-fold doors creating an indoor/outdoor living space and maximising the access to the garden. There is ample space for sitting and dining areas and the high specification kitchen with a central island is a particular feature. A separate utility room leads off the kithen and out to a further garden area. The master bedroom with a bespoke dressing room and luxury ensuite are on the ground floor, as is a smart cloakroom and bedroom four which is currently used as a home gym. The first floor comprises two spacious double bedrooms, both with lots of built in storage space and a well presented, modern family bathroom.
Gardens and Parking
A large block paved driveway provides off road parking for several cars and gives access to the spacious garage. The gardens are in two parts offering a good degree of privacy, both very well maintained and ideal for outdoor entertaining and for children.
Great Bourton to the north of the historic market town of Banbury. The village boasts a public house, The Bell Inn, a children play park and some lovely countryside walks. The neighbouring village of Cropredy offers primary schooling and further facilities. Banbury is a thriving, market town located just north of Oxford amidst beautiful rolling countryside. The town is steeped in history and is now a modern centre with a full range of shops, supermarkets, a cinema, restaurants and leisure facilities. Communication links are excellent with Junction 11 of the M40 situated approximately two miles north east. Banbury railway station provides regular trains to all parts of the country with London and Birmingham a comfortable commute (London Marylebone from 57 minutes and Birmingham New Street from 44 minutes). Birmingham Airport is about 40 miles distant and Heathrow and Luton Airports are also within easy reach. The local area provides a range of primary, secondary and mixed boarding schools. Independent schools including St. Johns Priory Prep School, Carrdus, Tudor Hall (girls) and Bloxham School (co-ed) are all within easy reach. Local leisure retreats include Soho Farm House (11 miles), Tadmarton Golf Club (5.6 miles) and Oxford Westgate (25 miles).
From Banbury Cross proceed in a Northerly direction along North Bar, continue straight ahead at the crossroads on the Southam Road. Take the second exit at the round about and the A361 signposted for Southam. Take the second exit at the next round about and continue along this road out of Banbury for approximately 2 miles and turn right where signposted for Great Bourton. Continue into the village and Maylands is located on the right hand side.
All mains services connected with the exception of gas. The property has an oil fired boiler and heating system, all fitted in 2016.
Cherwell District Council. Tax band F.
Strictly by prior arrangement with Round & Jackson.
A freehold property.