• Asking price

    £340,000
  • Bathrooms

    2

  • Bedrooms

    3

A beautifully presented, three bedroomed semi-detached property, with larger than average garden, superb overall condition, car port parking, and edge of village position.

Description

Hortons are delighted to offer to the market this beautifully presented three bedroomed semi-detached house, that forms part of the popular Goldings Road development on the outskirts of Hook Norton village.

“Hook Norton is a really sociable community with great facilities including a great Primary School, brewery, cafe, pubs, shop, library, dentist, doctors and shop including a post office. A thriving community with several community events through the year. Our House is ideally placed near the Sports and Social club with tennis courts and football fields, on the door step of gorgeous walks and round the corner from the primary school. Our house is under 8 years old and is a warm and comfortable home with a good size garden and car port with space for up to 3 cars on the drive. We bought our house originally off plan from Taylor Wimpey and liked the fact that the kitchen doors go into the garden so there's a nice view. We placed a summer house in the garden which we now use as a potting shed. We moved to the village to be closer to family and near the Primary School.”

The property is in overall superb condition, and has been very well kept by its current owners, who have owned the house from new since its construction seven years ago. The property style is one of only two on the development, and sold extremely well as a new build. This property benefits from a larger than average rear garden, and convenient three vehicle car port driveway offering.

The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, sitting room, cloakroom, kitchen dining room, three bedrooms, family bathroom, ensuite to master, outbuilding, and carport driveway.

This property would suit an array of buyers in varying positions, and we have seen other similar properties sell very well to first time buyers, but also those looking to downsize and stay within the village. Hook Norton offers this opportunity as it's such a well served village catering for all whilst retaining the benefits of more rural living.

Hook Norton is an exceptionally popular village offering a wide range of facilities including shop, three public houses, the brewery itself, doctors’ surgery, dentist, school, bus service etc. all conveniently situated within picturesque rolling countryside between Chipping Norton & Banbury (main line rail connection for London Marylebone).

Council Tax Band - D

Energy Performance Rating - B

Central Heating - via Oil fired central heating system

Floorplan

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