SUMMARYDESCRIPTION A WELL-PRESENTED, RECENTLY REDECORATED TIMMS-BUILT BUNGALOW ENJOYING A CUL DE SAC SETTING IN THE HEART OF THIS WELL-SERVED VILLAGE WITHIN AN EASY WALK OF THE MAIN AMENITIES. THE PROPERTY OFFERS WELL-PLANNED ACCOMMODATION, IS OFFERED WITH VACANT POSSESSION AND WILL HAVE NEW CARPETS FITTED TO THE SITTING ROOM AND BOTH BEDROOMS PRIOR TO SALE.
Hook Norton is one of the most sought after north Oxfordshire villages being about five miles from Chipping Norton and eight from the larger town of Banbury. Both centres have an excellent range of facilities, the latter having a mainline rail station and a junction on the M40. The village has an excellent convenience store/ Post Office, butchers, library, doctor's and dentist's surgeries, public houses, a fine parish church and Baptist chapel and a primary school. In addition, it benefits from being an active community with a variety of sports and social groups available to join.
DIRECTIONS: From Chipping Norton take the Banbury Road and shortly after Chapel House roundabout, by Waitrose, turn left signed Hook Norton. Upon entering the village bear left by The Peartree pub and then right into The Bourne. The Shearings will be found on the right. From Banbury take the A361 toward Chipping Norton. Pass through Bloxham and turn right to Hook Norton. Having entered the village continue past the village hall before turning right onto Mobbs Lane and then left onto The Bourne. The Shearings is on the left.