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Mercury Close, Bampton
Guide Price £245,000

Sold STC
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  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Living Room with fireplace
  • Kitchen-Breakfast Room
  • Enclosed Rear gardens c.40' in length
  • Off Road Parking
  • No Onward Chain


A modern 2 double bedroom end terraced house with enclosed gardens with no onward chain

Description
Mercury Close is a modern end of terrace 2 double bedroom house. Entering into a small hallway with stairs to the first floor and door to the Living room with windows to both front and rear with a central feature gas fireplace. At the rear of this room is the doorway to the good sized Kitchen-Breakfast room with a wide range of wall and base units together with storage cupboards and window to front and a stable door and window to the rear. As mentioned there are 2 double bedrooms and a re-fitted shower room with white suite. Outside the gardens to the rear are a particular feature with graveled pathways, raised stone flower beds, small summer house and to the side is a further area of garden with a useful garden shed and side access to the front area with an open planned lawn area and sunken plastic meshed mat to provide off road parking.

Accommodation
Entrance Hallway * Living Room *Fitted Kitchen-Breakfast Room * Re-Fitted Shower Room * Master Double Bedroom * 2nd Double Bedroom * Gas Central Heating to Radiators * Enclosed rear and side gardens extending c.40’ * Front open plan gardens providing off street parking*

Situation
Bampton is an attractive Cotswold village known for its large Georgian houses, elegant church and impressive Victorian Town Hall and more recetly the set for the worldwide popular TV program Downton Abbey. In the seventeenth century Bampton was an important leather trading centre and became famous for its jackets, gloves and breeches. Bampton is also renowned as the historic home of Morris Dancing and the Bampton Morris dancers flourish to this day. The village offers a selection of shops including a Co-Op mini-supermarket and a family butcher, public houses, hairdressers and Post Office. It also has a primary school, doctor's surgery with pharmacy and a public library. There are also further schooling and shopping facilities in, Witney and Faringdon (both about 5 miles) and Burford (about 7 miles). The village is also well situated for road communications being about 5 miles from both the A40 and the A420, also having various train stations at Charlbury and Oxford providing good access to London

Directions
From Bampton Market Square proceed east along the High Street, bearing left into the Aston Road. Take the second left into Mercury Close

Council Tax
West Oxfordshire District Council Council Band C £1602.92

Tenure
Freehold

Viewing
By appointment with the vendors sole agents Abbey Properties 01993-851881


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Name Location Type Distance
Mercury Close
Bampton OX18 2AH
County: Oxfordshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: BA00000994

T: 01993 851881
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