Green Acres is a detached house with Bradstone elevations under a tiled roof. The house is believed to be of 1960s construction with later additions. In more recent times the current owner has improved and extended the house. These include the garden room, double glazing throughout, fitted hardwood internal doors with chrome door furniture, hardwood floors, open tread wooden staircase, block glass internal walls,
bespoke handmade built-in storage cupboards, under floor heating throughout apart from the kitchen and utility room.
Bespoke kitchen has base and eye level units with wooden work surfaces, all enjoying an aspect over the garden and views beyond.
The sitting room has fireplace with wood burner, picture window to the southern elevation with sliding doors which gives access
to the terrace and views across the garden and countryside beyond. This is a spacious and light room ideal for entertaining.
The garden room is an excellent addition and has limestone floor, under-floor heating, picture windows to the southern and western elevations with concertina double glazed doors all giving
access to the terrace and views across the garden and countryside beyond. This is a light room ideal for both summer and winter entertaining.
At first floor the galleried landing with wooden flooring leads to three bedrooms, each with a dormer window allowing the light to
spill in providing far reaching views. Wooden floors and tidy decor compliment the overall feeling of space and light.
The bath/shower rooms have white fittings, tiled walls, laminate wooden floors and heated towel rails.
The house benefits from extensive paved entertaining area to the rear which provides an elevated southerly aspect over the garden and the views to the south over open countryside.
Attached is a useful garage block with Bradstone elevations under a flat asphalt covered roof, light and power connected.
Beyond is a workshop and store. This garage block has lapsed planning permission for demolition and erection of a new two storey side extension. As a result there is considerable scope to extend and enhance the living and bedroom accommodation. For further information please contact Savills Banbury.
Key to this property are the gardens that lie tothe side and rear having once been a workinggarden nursery. These are predominately laid to lawn interspersed with mature herbaceous
borders and beds. There is a wealth of mature hard and softwood trees including Japanesecherry, cedar, magnolia, silver birch and Norway spruce. Ornamental pond. Various pedestrian and access gates open to the wooded area which is interspersed with a variety of trees backing onto pasture and woodland beyond.
Various garden stores. Wooden workshop with power and water connected. Implement store. Greenhouse. In all about 0.93 acres.
This is a unique opportunity to purchase an edge of village property in an enviable position with far-reaching views. It offers considerable space, privacy and scope to extend or redevelop, subject to the relevant consents.View payable Stamp Duty for this property