Sibford Road, Hook Norton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Situated on an elevated position in this sought after Cotswold village. This fine period home has an abundance of character including high ceilings giving it a light and bright feel throughout. On entering the property, you arrive into a spacious hallway with doors to the following rooms: A cellar which offers dry storage. The sitting room has a sash bay window overlooking the front and to the side as well as a multi fuel fire set in an exposed brick fireplace. The dining room also has a sash bay window to the front and a brick fireplace with a wood burner. The kitchen/ breakfast room has a range of Oak wall and base units along with a built in dishwasher, induction hob, AGA and a fridge freezer. To the rear of the kitchen there is a utility area and separate cloakroom. A door leads out to the rear garden. There is a conservatory that overlooks the south facing rear garden. On the first floor the main bedroom has its own dressing room and en suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the first floor.


At the front the garden is laid mainly to lawn with Brick paved driveway leading to a double garage and parking for several cars. The rear garden is south facing with a lawn, pretty flower and shrub beds, pond and a well. The double garage has a cloak room and stairs leading to a room which would work well as a home office or studio.


Hook Norton is a popular, ironstone village south-west of Banbury towards Chipping Norton - the gateway to the Cotswolds. It offers a range of shops, pubs, doctor's and dentist's surgeries and a post office with parish church and library. It boasts an excellent primary school. Secondary schools include Chipping Norton and The Warriner, Bloxham. Independents include Sibford School, Bloxham School and Tudor Hall School as well as St John's Prep, Banbury. Oxford schools include The Dragon, Magdalen, Oxford High and Headington Girls' School. Bus services run to Banbury and Chipping Norton.

Train services from Banbury go to London Marylebone (55 minutes), Birmingham and Oxford (20 minutes). Connections to the M40 are at Jct 10 Ardley and Jct 11 Banbury. The property is also close to Soho Farmhouse in Great Tew, and Daylesford Farm Shop near Kingham .

Additional Information

Cherwell District Council- Council Tax Band E

01869 388036

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