• Asking price

    £300,000
  • Bathrooms

    1

  • Bedrooms

    3

Charming 3-bed Victorian townhouse in Old Grimsbury with spacious garden. Ideal for families & commuters. Characterful features, convenient location near M40 & train station. Lovely community feel.

Description

Hortons are delighted to offer this beautifully presented three bedroomed Victorian style townhouse to the market, offered in superb condition throughout.

The House

A stunning & characterful Victorian style townhouse arranged over three storeys, benefitting from three double bedrooms with the master occupying the top floor. The house conveniently has the family bathroom on the first floor, being a huge consideration for prospective buyers when looking at properties of this era; there is a further cloakroom on the ground floor. Located towards the quiet outskirts of the ever popular Old Grimsbury area, this house is convenient for those requiring easy access to both the M40 motorway junction, and railway station. This area is incredibly popular with young families, moving from the likes of Oxford & London. The ground floor features a large, light and airy main reception room, having open plan living and dining room, and leads onto an equally well proportioned kitchen that opens onto the garden. The garden is also a very good size, and unlike many other houses of this style, doesn’t have a right of way for any neighbouring properties, therefore an entirely private garden space.

The Location

Gibbs Road forms part of the historic area of Banbury known locally as Old Grimsbury. This area is full of charm, with a blend of Edwardian & Victorian properties, and is incredibly popular with a variety of buyers. Many of the local residents have been here for their entire lives, though more recently due to the superb railway and motorway links, out of town buyers are moving here from Oxford, London and beyond. The house present superb value for money, and a great quality of life, being so close to all daily amenities, countryside walks and open parks all being within walking distance.

The Important Bits

Council Tax - Cherwell District Band B
EPC - C (Good for a property of this age)
Garden Aspect - North, but long enough to see sun all day
Tenure - Freehold

Sellers comments

We bought this house as our first home together, we liked the character of the building and the generous sized garden. It’s proximity to the centre of town, train station, and parks have made it perfect for raising a small child and owning a dog. It’s a nice street to live on with a community that look after each other.

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