A substantial detached stone and brick family home situated within a tucked away position on the edge of the village. Benefitting from four good size reception rooms the property offers versatile accommodation. The master bedroom and guest bedroom both have ensuite shower rooms and to the outside the property has a larger than average garden and play area to the side for children aswell as a double garage and driveway parking.
Farthinghoe is a hill top village along the A422 between Banbury and Brackley. The village principally comprises stone properties with some newer properties to match. It holds a commanding position overlooking the rural, rolling agricultural landscape, which typifies this part of South Northamptonshire. Listed buildings in Farthinghoe include the Church of St Michael and Abbey Lodge, and with The Old School House these form an important group of buildings which are detached from the core of the village. Abbey Lodge itself dates from the Elizabethan era, probably earlier, and this is thought to have been the home of the Abbott of Leicester at one time.Outside
The rear garden is mainly lawned and enclosed by stone walls and fencing, there are established fruit trees, conifers and a hedge. Outside there is a play area for children. To the side there is a double garage and block paved driveway parking. The front garden is approached via a five bar gate and an established hedge and fencing. The garden is mainly lawned with access to the front door.Additional Information
Within the sitting room there is a large open working fireplace which has a gas point to the side. The master bedroom has three sets of built-in double wardrobes and a recently refitted ensuite shower room. The kitchen offers a range of wooden fronted units with a "Paul Bocouse" four ring gas hob, double fan oven and griddle, there are additional spaces for other white goods. Council tax band: G.