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Freehold Street, Lower Heyford, Bicester

£425,000 Offers Over
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Village Location
  • Deceptively Spacious
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Spacious Kitchen / Breakfast Room
  • Utility Room
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Refitted En-suite to Bedroom Two
  • Refitted Family Bathroom
  • Driveway leading to single garage
  • Private Landscaped Rear Garden

Property Summary

A deceptively spacious and, in our opinion,very well presented, four- bedroom semi detached family home located within a conservation area in the rural village of Lower Heyford,close to the canal path and riverside walks. The property has undergone major improvements over recent years by the present owners and briefly comprises entrance hall, large boot room for storing coat's & shoes, dining room/study, living room with french doors leading through to kitchen/breakfast room with walk-in larder, separate utility room and downstairs WC. On the first floor there are four very good size bedrooms with a refitted en-suite to bedroom two, and a refitted family bathroom. To the outside there is a driveway leading to a single garage with gated access leading to a private rear garden with field views neighbouring community playing fields. An early appointment to view comes very highly recommended.

Full Details

Boot Room
Immediately accessible from the entrance hall is a large, walk-in boot room with generous storage facilities.

Living Room
This spacious living room with wooden flooring offers views over the walled front-garden and access via french doors to the kitchen/breakfast room. The living room features a wood burning stove with slate hearth and solid wood shelving either side of the chimney breast.

Dining Room/Study
An additional reception room, currently used as a music room, offering scope for a separate dining room or spacious downstairs study.

Bedroom 1
A double aspect light and spacious generous size double bedroom with views over both the front and rear of the property with built-in wardrobes and drawers.

Bedroom 2
This generous double-bedroom benefits from a large built-in wardrobe and a recently-renovated en-suite with shower, basin and WC. Its large window offers fine views over the rear garden and playing fields.

Bedroom 3
This Bedroom offers plenty of space for a double bed and offers views to the front of the property.

Bedroom 4
A good size double-room with hard floor, with windows overlooking the rear garden.

Family Bathroom
The main family bathroom has been significantly remodelled by the current owners to include a shower-bath, soft-close WC, mirror unit and basin with plenty of storage.

The property also benefits from a boarded attic with ample room for storage, accessible from Bedroom 1.

The property sits back from the road, behind a traditional stone wall, with a small front garden comprising lawn and flowerbeads.
The private enclosed rear garden can be accessed by a side gate, from the garage side door, from the utility room or kitchen.
Access from the house leads to a large, lit decking area with steps leading down to the generous lawn, boarded with established
beds and an attractive Japanese Maple. The rear garden has two additional patio areas, a small vegetable patch and composting area,
To the side of the property is a concealed area of hard standing constructed by the current owners to accommodate the domestic fuel
tank and refuse bins.

Lower Heyford
The property sits within a conservation area in the idyllic rural village of Lower Heyford, adjacent to the King George Community
Playing Field, with its newly built community hall and children's playground. It offers a wealth of canal and riverside walks, with
opportunities for narrow boat hire and fishing. Lower Heyford is less than 2 miles from the historic Rousham House and 10 miles
from Blenheim Palace.
The village benefits from a rail station, with trains running directly to Banbury, Oxford and London Paddington. The local bus
service allows access to the local amenities at Upper Heyford, Bicester, and runs directly to central Oxford.
Lower Heyford boasts a recently renovated gastro-pub and highly succesful local football team.