Hill Farm Lane, Duns Tew, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX25

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An extremely well presented and very spacious detached bungalow, occupying a generous plot and set in a popular location within this sought after village. The accommodation comprises an entrance porch, hallway with oak floor and airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank. Sitting room with feature brick fireplace and inset log burning stove and brick hearth, double doors to dining room, which has sliding patio doors to the conservatory. Comprehensively fitted kitchen with an extensive range of maple base and wall storage cupboards, oak work surfaces with inset sink, built-in fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Leisure Rangemaster oven with gas hob, built-in Miele microwave, door to garden and double doors to excellent double glazed conservatory with electronic roof vents and central light/fan. Master bedroom with en-suite shower room with Aqualisa power shower, heated towel rail and built-in wardrobes. Two further bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobe cupboards. Main bathroom with panelled bath and Mira shower over, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail and fully tiled walls. Oil fired central heating to radiators. Double glazing.

Situation

Duns Tew is an attractive village situated away from main roads and surrounded by rolling Oxfordshire countryside. The village is composed of predominantly stone built houses and cottages with colourful old English gardens. Enjoying an elevated position gives the village good views to the north towards Deddington and the Barfords and to the south towards Middle and Steeple Barton. Within the village there is a Church, The White Horse Inn and village hall.

Further comprehensive amenities can be found approx 3 miles to the north in the village of Deddington whilst access to the M40 motorway can be gained at either junctions 10 or 11. Banbury train station provides an excellent service to London Marylebone, Oxford, Birmingham & the North.

Outside

The bungalow is approached via a block paved driveway with parking for several vehicles. The garage at the side is now essentially used for storage, some of the inside space having been converted into the en-suite shower room. To the rear there is a superb rear garden, approx 140 feet, with a large patio, decked area with pergola, large gently sloping lawn with a wealth of well stocked herbaceous and shrub border, fruit trees, outside taps, oil tank, greenhouse and two garden sheds.

Additional Information

Oil fired central heating to radiators. Double glazing.

Cherwell District Council: 01295 227001

Council Tax Band: E

Arrange viewing 01869 388036

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