A two bedroom character cottage in a popular village location, constructed largely of local Hornton ironstone under a more recent tiled roof.
Thought to date to the 17th Century, the cottage retains many period features including a rather fine inglenook, with bread oven, fitted with a wood burning stove whilst offering the conveniences of a modern fitted kitchen/diner with integrated appliances and a contemporary bathroom. To the rear is a well stocked garden, about 65' long, enjoying a south west aspect and benefitting from a useful store/workshop.
Hook Norton is amongst the most popular of the north Oxfordshire villages. Famous for its family run Victorian brewery, it boasts a range of shopping and social facilities including a village stores, sports and social club including tennis and a number of public houses as well as doctors' and dentists' surgeries, a parish church, Baptist chapel and a primary school that enjoys an excellent reputation.
The market towns of Chipping Norton and Banbury are both within reach, the latter also having a fast rail service to Oxford and London Marylebone(about 1 hour) and a junction on the M40.