The Crossway, Ardley, Bicester, Ardley
- Four Double Bedrooms
- En-Suite To Master Bedroom
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Immaculately Presented
- Views Over Farmland
- Garage, Driveway Parking
- Spacious Hallway and Landing
- Village Location
The Crossway is a small development of stone-built properties in a conservation area within the Oxfordshire village of Ardley.
A particularly spacious entrance hallway with oak flooring welcomes you into this lovely village home with well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors.
The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a generous number of floor and eye-level units, and integrated appliances. With plenty of space for a table and chairs, it is ideal for casual dining.
Leading off the kitchen is a useful utility room with a door to the garden.
The sitting room is a fabulous room, with a feature fireplace and french doors opening to the rear garden it is the perfect space to enjoy both long summer evenings and cosy winter afternoons alike.
The dining room also overlooks the rear garden and views over the farmland beyond, making it perfect for more formal dining and entertaining friends and family.
A W.C completes the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor has a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, three additional double bedrooms, and a family bathroom.
Outside there is an integral oversized garage, and parking for one car to the front.
Whilst not allocated, there is parking for additional vehicles in front of the property on the private road.
The rear garden is delightful, mainly laid to lawn with a large patio area for al-fresco dining and BBQ's it also boasts stunning views over farmland.
With a westerly aspect, it is the perfect place to take in the sunset whilst enjoying a glass of wine or cold beer.
The popular village of Ardley is approximately 4 miles northwest of Bicester.
The village benefits from having a play park, which is only a few minutes' walk from the property, and a local pub.
The village of Fritwell is 1.6 miles away, which has a primary school, butchers, and access to lovely walks.
For those that commute, nearby Bicester has two railway stations, Bicester North, and Bicester Village Station, providing links to Oxford, Birmingham, and London.
The M40, A34, A41 and A43 road links are also easily accessible.
Bicester is a historic market town, one of the fastest growing towns in Europe, it has a range of local stores, cafes, restaurants, supermarkets, and leisure facilities.
A wider selection of shops and amenities can be found at Oxford, Banbury, and Milton Keynes.
The well-regarded Bicester village with 170 luxury boutiques is a short drive away, and a dream destination for designer shopping.
Bicester Avenue has a variety of shops and cafes, and a recently completed retail park with Marks and Spencer, Next, and Nike provide further shopping options.