A detached three bedroom bungalow, situated on a no-through lane in a desirable village. No onward chain. This charming property has a large 20’4 x 12’9 sitting room with traditional fireplace, patio doors to the conservatory and a wide arch leading to the dining room. The kitchen has a good range of wall and base units as well as a number of fitted appliances. Additionally at this end of the bungalow is a cloakroom and utility room which gives access to both the back garden and the garage. The master bedroom has an ensuite shower room, there is a further shower room and two further bedrooms. Outside the property has ample driveway parking and a pleasant rear garden.
Looking from the front, the boundary of the property is, in line with the right hand wall of the garage. Red Brick Cottage has a vehicular right of way over the adjoining property to approach its garage. Please note that Red Brick Cottage also has a separate vehicular access, towards the left hand side of the front boundary, looking from the front. The property is connected to mains; electricity, water and drainage. Heating is via oil fired central heating to radiators.
Broadband – according to Ofcom – standard and superfast broadband are available (Ultrafast is not)
Mobile phone coverage – according to Ofcom – indoor phone coverage for voice and data are available from Vodafone, 02 provides indoor voice coverage only (EE and Three have no indoor mobile coverage). Outdoor; all listed providers offer a full range of services.
Flooding – according to the government website – there is a high risk of surface water flooding and a very low risk of flooding from rivers. The sellers state that during their ownership that it has not flooded.
Local Authority – Cherwell District Council – D; EPC rating D
Located in an attractive lane close to the heart of this desirable village. Wendlebury has a play area, village hall, public house and is convenient to both Bicester and Junction 9 of the M40. Bicester is a thriving, historic market town with exceptional road and rail links. Both Junctions 9 and 10 of the M40 is easily accessible, the towns two mainline railway stations between them provide services to Oxford, Birmingham and London Marylebone in approximately 45 minutes. The town provides for all everyday needs as well as offering extensive recreational and employment opportunities.