A SUBSTANTIAL, DETACHED HORNTON STONE PROPERTY CONVERTED FROM A TRADITIONAL BARN BY THE PRESENT OWNERS ABOUT 30 YEARS AGO.
HALL, INNER HALL, CLOAKROOM, SITTING ROOM WITH INGLENOOK, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM, MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE SHOWER, THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS, FAMILY BATHROOM, SOLID FUEL CENTRAL HEATING, DOUBLE GARAGE, DELIGHTFUL SOUTHERLY GARDENS.
Wheatcroft was converted by the present owners about thirty years ago from a traditional Hornton stone barn and now provides spacious family-sized accommodation with delightful gardens measuring about 130´ x 50´ overall and running away to the south of the house. The sitting room has a fine inglenook style fireplace with multi-fuel stove and there is a separate dining room complemented by a 23´ kitchen/breakfast room.
The small and picturesque village of Milton is situated about four miles south of the market town of Banbury between the villages of Bloxham and Adderbury. The village itself has a Church and public house whilst a much wider range of facilities will be found in either Adderbury or Bloxham including shops, primary schools, the Warriner secondary school, doctors and dentists surgeries and so forth.
Directions: From Banbury take the A361 passing through the village of Bloxham until reaching the mini roundabouts at which point turn left onto the Barford Road. Take the next left turn signed towards Adderbury and Milton. On approaching Milton turn left towards the village following the road into Chapel Lane where the barn will be found on the left.
RECESSED STORM PORCH: Part glazed front door to:
ENTRANCE HALL: Tiled floor.
SITTING ROOM: 17´ 7" to fireplace x 17´9" Deep bow window overlooking garden, double glazed French doors to rear and arrow slit window to street. Large inglenook style fireplace with exposed stonework, beam and multi fuel stove. Two radiators.
DINING ROOM: 14´ 5"max x 11´10" Double glazed picture window to the old barn opening and overlooking the village street. Radiator. Moulded ceiling rose.
INNER HALL: Tiled floor. Door to REAR PORCH. Radiator. Stairs rising to first floor with cupboard under.
CLOAKROOM: Suite of low level WC and wash hand basin in vanity unit. Louvered cupboard. Tiled floor and splash backs. Electric extractor fan. Radiator.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 23´ x 11´ Extensive range of wood faced furniture comprising floor standing cupboards and drawers beneath marble effect work surfaces together with eye level cabinets including glazed display cupboards. Built in double oven, electric hob under filter hood, integrated dishwasher, tumble dryer and fridge freezer, plumbing for automatic washing machine. Ceramic tiled floor and splash backs. Single drainer inset stainless steel sink. Radiator. Solid fuel boiler serving central heating and domestic hot water.
From the inner hall a turning staircase rises to the:
LANDING: Trap to roof space. Built in linen cupboard. Low level window with exposed timber lintol. Radiator.
BEDROOM 1: 17´ min x 13´10" to wardrobes. Wall length range of fitted wardrobe cupboards. Two radiators. Secondary glazed window overlooking garden.
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: Coloured suite of wash hand basin in vanity unit, low level WC and tiled cubicle with Triton electric fittings. Radiator.
BEDROOM 2: 12´ 8" x 12´. Radiator. Low level window overlooking the village street.
BEDROOM 3: 11´ 8" x 8´8". Radiator. Built in wardrobe cupboard. Window to front.
BEDROOM 4: 11´9" x 9´5". Radiator. Secondary glazed window overlooking street to front.
BATHOOM: Suite in lilac of panelled bath, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splash backs. Radiator. Light/shaver unit.
OUTSIDE: The property is approached from the road behind an extensive shingled driveway affording ample parking and giving access to the:
DOUBLE GARAGE: A detached building with twin doors and power and light connected.
From the drive is a small lawned garden with slated easy maintenance bed, shingled sitting area beneath a pergola and a corner summerhouse. A stepping stone pathway then leads through to a further garden dominated by an ornamental fishpond with stone surround and water feature and from here the path continues to the larger lawned garden with well stocked flower and shrub beds and borders. In addition, there is a small kitchen garden and pear and apple trees. Outside lighting is provided at various points and there are also external power points. As previously mentioned, the garden runs away to the south of the house thus enjoying a sunny aspect. It is enclosed by a mix of established hedging, fencing and walling and affords a high degree of privacy. Overall it measures about 130´ x 50´.
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