Burdrop, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
According to the Grade II Listed status, the cottage was probably believed to have been four cottages and is now two cottages. Constructed of squared coarsed ironstone beneath a steeply thatched roof with oil fired heating to radiators, the cottage is in need of some updating and modernisation with a fabulous opportunity to add further value. The modernisation is likely to include heating, wiring, plumbing, re-thatching, re-fitting of kitchen, bathroom and re-decoration.

The property is entered through a carport (providing a pedestrian access to the neighbouring cottage) which although suitable to store a small vehicle, is currently used as a courtyard entrance. This provides access to the front entrance and a single storey outbuilding with potential for conversion to an office/workshop. From the courtyard there is a main front entrance to the hall and a kitchen entrance. The L-shaped sitting room features a fireplace with a coal effect gas fired (served by a propane gas cylinder), with beamed ceiling, a parquet floor and gives access to a small conservatory overlooking the garden. The kitchen features an oil fired Rayburn with a back boiler that serves the heating and hot water via radiators. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a bathroom with a staircase giving access to an attic room (with no windows).


The rear gardens are enclosed by stone walling with views from the front to the countryside beyond and from the rear gardens across the village. The garden measures approximately 78 feet in length. Principally laid to part paving and part lawn, the gardens are complemented by well stocked flowering borders. There is a stone storage shed.


Burdrop is a small hamlet set between the villages of Sibford Gower and Sibford Ferris which lie to the west of Banbury in the north Oxfordshire countryside. There is a public house, a post office/general store in Sibford Ferris, a primary school and doctor's surgery. There is a large Quaker school (a private school catering for pupils aged 4 to 18 both day and boarding) at Sibford Ferris and a meeting house at Sibford Gower. The villages are normally associated as one and their combined amenities include a local shop/post office, village hall, where numerous activities take place, public house and a primary school. More comprehensive facilities can be found at the market town of Banbury including Gateway Retail Park, Waitrose, Castle Quay, Spiceball Leisure Centre, M40 (Jct 11), mainline railway station to London (Marylebone), Birmingham and beyond.

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