Freehold Street, Upper Heyford, Bicester
- Period Family Home
- Two Storey Extension
- Private Rear Garden
- Off Road Parking
- Village Location
Property Summary108 Freehold Street is a delightful period property that has been extended to create a wonderful family home. The property is arranged over three floors providing flexible and spacious accommodation. A mature garden and off road parking are a great addition to this home, tucked away in the des...
108 Freehold Street is a delightful period property that has been extended to create a wonderful family home. The property is arranged over three floors providing flexible and spacious accommodation. A mature garden and off road parking are a great addition to this home, tucked away in the desirable village of Lower Heyford.
The property is approached by stone steps through a wrought iron gate, you are welcomed into a farmhouse kitchen breakfast room with both floor and eye level units providing ample room for a large family table and chairs.
The formal dining room lends itself perfectly as a room to entertain family and friends. A two storey extension has transformed this family home. A beautiful partly vaulted ceiling sets the tone for this room. With a wood burner and flag stone flooring and bifold doors giving access into the garden. Above the family room is a cleverly designed galleried office space with separate staircase, ideal for anyone working from home.
To the first floor is a spacious landing with solid wooden flooring. The master bedroom is a good size with the benefit of an en-suite bathroom. Two further bedrooms, a shower room and family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.
To the second floor there are two further bedrooms which are ideal for children wanting their own independence. Velux windows fill the second floor accommodation with natural light.
To the outside you?re welcomed into a raised private garden which is mainly laid to lawn. A decking area creates the ideal suntrap to enjoy a summer evening, mature shrubs and trees provide privacy and colour to this carefully landscaped garden.
Lower Heyford is a delightfully quiet village which lies on the banks of the Oxford Canal in the Cherwell Valley to the North of Oxford. It is a pretty village with a village pub and a church and the village is predominately made up of period and stone built properties.
The village also has the advantage of its own main line railway station with a regular service into Oxford Parkway and both London Marylebone and Paddington station. The M40 junctions 9 and 10 are also within easy reach. There are delightful walks close by along the canal and surrounding countryside.