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Ridgeway Lodge, Manor Road, Adderbury, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Guide price £995,000 Sold

A spacious family home, with flexible living accommodation and a garden of circa 0.84 acre

  • Spacious entrance/reception hall
  • Good size kitchen/family/dining room
  • Sitting room, study, strong room, Utility room
  • Two ground floor bedrooms (both ensuite)
  • First floor: Master bedroom with ensuite, two guest bedrooms, family shower room
  • Quietly situated at the end of a no through lane with plenty of off street parking
  • South facing gardens and grounds of 0.84 acre
  • Comprising 3,228 sq ft of living accommodation (EPC - current D, potential B)

Ridgeway Lodge is situated in the desirable edge of village location of West Adderbury.

Adderbury has excellent local facilities, including a number of public houses, village store, a playing field, library, hairdressers and part-time Post Office. It is an active village and offers many clubs ranging from babies and toddlers groups, to brownies, scouts, photography, gardening, WI, bowls, cricket, tennis and squash. More comprehensive amenities can be found at nearby Banbury and Oxford.

Local schools include Christopher Rawlins C of E Primary in the village and Warriner comprehensive (Bloxham). Independent schools include St. Johns Priory (Banbury), Winchester House (Brackley) and Carrdus (Overthorpe). Senior schools include Bloxham, Tudor Hall and a bus service from the village to the Oxford schools.

Easy access to junctions 10 (Ardley) & 11 (Banbury) of the M40 and regular rail services from Banbury or Bicester North to London Marylebone in approximately 56 and 40 minutes

Ridgeway Lodge is quietly situated at the end of a no-through lane on the western edge of the village in a Conservation Area, being part of West Adderbury. The property was built in 1967 and offers light and spacious accommodation, with flexible rooms to accommodate family living. There is some retained striking 1960s architecture including an impressive feature spiral stairwell with Brazilian hardwood panelling.

The spacious entrance/reception hall has original parquet flooring, and sky lights making it a very light and welcoming space.

The kitchen/family/dining room has a good range of units, with floor to ceiling windows and doors to the terrace and garden. The sitting room has a large bay window overlooking the garden.

There are two ground floor bedrooms, both with ensuites. Completing the ground floor are a utility room (with separate entrance), a study, a strong room and cloakroom.

The spiral staircase is a real feature of the property, and provides a striking focal point.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms. The master bedroom has an ensuite shower room. There is also a family shower room.

A door from the first floor landing leads onto a large flat roof area. There could be scope to extend the accommodation over this area, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

Gardens and Grounds
The garden is a real feature of the property, being south facing. A terrace provides plenty of space to relax and entertain.

To the rear of the garden a stream runs through it, and beyond that a woodland area with mature trees and planting. The route of the disused railway forms the southern boundary of this delightful, principally lawned garden, which extends in all to about 0.84 acre (0.34 ha).

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