Norton Park Cotshill Gdns, Chipping Norton
2 bedroom Town House for sale: Norton Park Cotshill Gdns, Chipping Norton
- Conversion of Victorian building
- Stunning contemporary interior
- Beautiful kitchen diner
- Two double bedrooms
- Bathroom & cloakroom
- Gas central heating
A two bedroom Grade two listed Victorian town house, forming part of a workhouse conversion undertaken in the mid 1990's. Accommodation is arranged over three floors with a stunning contemporary interior. Private patio and parking.
Entrance hall, cloakroom, beautiful kitchen/diner, lounge, two double bedrooms, family bathroom, fully re-fitted bathroom, private patio and lawn area and off street parking for two vehicles, gas central heating & double glazing.
Formerly a union workhouse, designed to accommodate 350 people and built in 1836 on a site between the London Road and the Banbury Road. The building was designed by William Wilkinson to a ‘St Andrew’s Cross’ layout. Later, in 1996, the surviving parts of the building together with its adjoining chapel were converted for housing. This property has accommodation over three floors with a beautiful re-fitted kitchen/diner and cloakroom on the ground floor, an L shaped lounge with Juliet balcony on the first floor and two double bedrooms and well appointed family bathroom on the second floor. A private patio and lawn area can be found to the rear off the kitchen/diner and off street parking is available to the front of the property for two vehicles.
COUNCIL TAX: Band C £1676.55
Note: The property is within the Chipping Norton Conservation Area.
TENURE: Leasehold. 975 years remaining.
SERVICE CHARGE: £400 per annum
GROUND RENT: Peppercorn.
Directions: From the centre of town, head along the A44 towards Oxford/London. At the double roundabout take the A361 towards Banbury. After travelling for approximately 275 meters, turn right into Cotshill Gardens.
Chipping Norton is a very attractive, popular and thriving market town, known as 'the Gateway to the Cotswolds' serving a wide rural area of Oxfordshire. It offers an extensive range of shops including High Street names, boutiques, bookshops and antique shops together with pubs, restaurants and cafes. There is a community hospital and health centre, a veterinary surgery, leisure facilities including a rugby club, theatre, swimming pool and leisure centre, golf course, and excellent primary and secondary schools. Being the highest town in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, it is conveniently situated, within easy travelling distance of Banbury (13 miles with M40 link), Oxford (20 miles) and Stratford-upon-Avon (24 miles). A main line train service to London (Paddington) is available from either Charlbury or Kingham Stations which are both within 6 miles (all distances are approximate).
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