4 bedroom Terraced House for sale: Sibford Road, Hook Norton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15

  • reception rooms 2
  • bedrooms 4
  • bathrooms 1
Reference: 37249_DDD200045


An Attractive Four Bedroom Victorian Terraced House set over Three Floors in a Slightly Elevated Position with Gardens to the Rear of Approximately 130 feet.

Hardwood Front Door to

Entrance Hall – Wooden Herringbone Floor. Stairs to First Floor Level.

Sitting Room – Attractive Open Marble Fireplace with Tiled Surround and Stone Hearth. Range of Built in Cupboards and Shelves Either Side of the Chimney Breast. Double Glazed Bay Window to Front Aspect.

Dining Room – Attractive Wooden Herringbone Floor. Attractive Victorian Fireplace with Stone Hearth. Under Stairs Recess. Window to Rear Aspect. Door to

Kitchen – Fitted with a Range of Matching Wall and Base Units with Work Surfaces. Integrated Electric Induction Hob with Oven Below. Plumbing for a Dishwasher. Freestanding Oil Central Heating Boiler. Tiled Floor. Window to Rear Aspect. Door to

Utility Room – Plumbing for a Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer. Fully Glazed Door to Rear Garden.

First Floor Landing – Built in Airing Cupboard. Stairs to First Floor Level. Window to Rear Aspect.

Bedroom – Double Glazed Bay Window to Front Aspect.

Bedroom – Window to Front Aspect.

Bathroom – Comprising White Suite of Panelled Bath with Victorian Style Shower Over. Pedestal Hand Wash Basin. Low Level WC. Part Tiled Walls. Wooden Floor. Sash Window to Rear Aspect.

Second Floor – Double Glazed Velux Window to Rear Aspect.

Bedroom – Exposed Beam. Dormer Window to Front Aspect.

Bedroom – Velux Window to Rear Aspect. Exposed Beam.


On Road Parking.

Front Garden – Steps with a Pathway up to the Front Door and a Lawn with Well Stocked Flowers.

Rear Garden – Enclosed and Laid Mainly to Lawn with Well Stocked Flower and Shrub Beds. Paved Patio Area. Garden Shed. Pedestrian Access.

The Property Benefits from Oil Central Heating and Double Glazed Windows (where specified).

Council Tax Band: C
(Subject to change after completion)

Hook Norton is widely regarded for its sense of peace and tranquility, and also its thriving community. It has a village hall with many activities going on throughout the year. There is also a Health Centre and a Dentist within the village. Hook Norton has the Church of England Primary School; Sibford School is an Independent School within a short distance; the Secondary School is in Chipping Norton. There are two public houses within the village as well as the famous Hook Norton Brewery. It has a village store and local amenities, and the countryside is but a short stroll away. There is a regular bus service to both the nearby towns of Banbury and Chipping Norton.

Nearby attractions: Blenheim Palace, Chastleton House, Cheltenham Racecourse, Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, Hook Norton Brewery, Rousham House, Rousham Gardens, Oxford Airport, Rollright Stones, The Theatre at Chipping Norton and Soho Farmhouse is a Short Drive Away.


Chipping Norton c. 5 miles
Banbury c. 8 miles
Bicester c. 20 miles
Stratford Upon Avon c. 21 miles
Oxford c. 25 miles
Cheltenham c. 31 miles
Birmingham c. 60 miles
London c. 81 miles
Charlbury or Kingham to London, c. 1 hour
Bicester North or Banbury to London, c. 1 hour

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Reference: 37249_DDD200045

Contact Agent

Chipping Norton Office
Tel: 01608 644944