House For Sale

Appledene, 110, Banbury Road, Brackley, Northamptonshire

Guide price £595,000 Sold


A detached 1960’s family home which requires modernisation and updating, with great potential, situated in the thriving market town of Brackley.

  • Entrance hall
  • Kitchen, pantry
  • Dining room, Sitting room, snug, Conservatory
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Family bathroom & shower room
  • Mature south facing rear gardens
  • Garage & off street parking, in and out drive
  • Walking distance into Brackley Town

Situation
Brackley is a small thriving market town centred around the town hall and square in South Northamptonshire on the borders of North Buckinghamshire and North Oxfordshire. Historically a wool town, the modern Brackley has a vibrant community and benefits from excellent communication links via the A43 north to Northampton/M1 and south to the M40 Junction 10 (8 minutes) to London and Oxford. Mainline train stations are found at Bicester (London Marylebone from 45 minutes) and Banbury for the north. The town has good schools, both private (Winchester House Prep School) and local (Magdalen College) with Beachborough Prep and Stowe School within easy reach.


There are an extensive range of shops including Waitrose and Tesco. Sporting and leisure activities include golf at Whittlebury, Buckingham and Cherwell Edge and a small leisure park which incorporates St James' Lake. Brackley has good motorsport connections being conveniently located just south of Silverstone Race Circuit with the leading Mercedes F1 team having their headquarters on the edge of the town and not far from the Bicester Heritage motor complex.


Description
Appledene was built in 1960, and has been in the same family ownership since 1962. It is a well loved family home, and now requires some updating and modernisation throughout, but would create a unique and fabulous home, with the benefit of a superb enclosed garden backing onto the Brackley Nature Reserve, with fabulous walks around St James Lake. The property is around 10 minutes walk from the shops and facilities of Brackley Town Centre.


The entrance porch leads to the sitting room, with doors leading to the snug. Both of these rooms are connected to the conservatory, which leads to the terrace and garden.


The kitchen has a good range of units, with useful pantry. Leading off from the kitchen is a light and airy dining room, which benefits from views over the garden. Completing the ground floor is a WC.


On the first floor there are four bedrooms, and also a family bathroom, and a further shower room.


Outside
To the front of the property there is plenty of off-street parking. The single garage is connected to the house by a lean-to. A door leads to the garden.


The mature garden is a real feature and is mainly laid to lawn with both cooking and eating apple trees. The boundaries are well planted, and it provides a perfect place to relax.

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