House For Sale6, The Moors Drive, Middleton Cheney, Banbury, Oxfordshire
Guide price £550,000 Sold
Light family house with large garden and potential to extend or develop
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room
- 4 bedrooms (one ensuite)
- Family bathroom
- Off-road parking
- Double garage
- Mature gardens extending to about 0.50 acre
- Potential to extend (subject to planning)
Middleton Cheney is an active community village situated on the borders of north Oxfordshire and south Northamptonshire, between the market towns of Banbury and Brackley. The village has excellent local amenities including a mini supermarket, library, vets, pharmacy, two public houses and a sports and social club. There are also nursery, primary and secondary schools in the village. Banbury is not far for more specialist requirements including a train station with services to London Marylebone in under an hour and connection onto the M40 at junction 11.
The Moors Drive is a no-through road situated on the south east edge of the village. 6 The Moors Drive has been in the same ownership since 1972 and offers lovely light, well maintained accommodation, enjoying southerly views over its garden and fields beyond. Subject to the required planning permissions, there is potential to easily extend the existing house or to possibly develop the garden.
6 The Moors Drive is a brick, part stone detached property under a tile roof. The property is accessed via an inner hall to a hallway with all reception rooms leading off. The sitting room has a low stone fireplace and bay window with lovely views of the garden. The dining room has sliding French doors to a terrace area and a hatch to the kitchen breakfast room with wall and floor cupboards incorporating electric hob, wall oven and grill and again, views of the garden. Through the utility room is a small conservatory and access to an integral double garage with automatic roller blind door. On the first floor, all four bedrooms run off a wide light landing area (potential to house a computer or similar) with walk in airing cupboard and family bathroom. Bedroom 1 has a dressing area and ensuite.
To the front of 6 The Moors Drive is a parking area for a number of cars and a pedestrian iron gate through an archway leading to the rear garden. The gardens are a special feature of the property, both in how it is planted and the size. Adjacent to the house is an eating terrace with southerly views. The garden is principally laid to lawn, interspersed by shrub and flower borders and includes a mature horse chestnut tree. To the far end is a small orchard, outbuilding and a vegetable area. The gardens have potential to develop subject to getting the relevant planning permission. In all the property extends to about 0.48 acre (0.19 hectare).