A traditional end of terrace Victorian town house with accommodation over three levels enjoying a convenient situation for the town centre. During recent years the property has been the subject of modernisation and improvement, whilst many of the original features remain with classic high square rooms with deep window openings, deep skirting boards, original ornate fireplaces and pine panelled doors all of which combine to provide a well proportioned home of charm and character. The accommodation is arranged over three levels with a spacious basement conversion to form a fourth bedroom or further reception room. The ground floor comprises a spacious hallway, sitting room with a deep bay window typifying the distinctive period in architecture together with a separate dining room and kitchen. The first floor offers a spacious landing, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The South Northamptonshire town of Brackley lies between Banbury in North Oxfordshire and the county town of Buckingham. The town prospered during the 18th and 19th centuries as an important stopping off point on the Oxford - Northampton coaching route. Several inns can still be seen in the town centre. Today the town is centred around the Market Place and High Street, with the focal point being the free standing Town Hall built in 1706 for the first Duke of Bridgewater. The town offers many facilities including Supermarkets, Doctors, Dentists, Schooling and a Leisure Centre and Swimming pool. Further facilities can be found in Banbury. The town is conveniently located for the A43 dual carriageway providing access for the M1 and M40 motorways. Railway services can be found at Banbury and Bicester (London Marylebone).Outside
To the front is a level formal garden comprising an easy to maintain gravelled area with a circular pattern centre piece and contained by a low brick retaining wall. To the rear is a formal lawn with flower beds and borders containing a variety of flowers, shrubs, bushes and trees. There is a useful brick and tiled garden store.