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Former police house comes with chance to purchase land

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THIS FORMER police house, Four Winds, is a detached property constructed of natural stone under a tiled roof.

Offering interesting period features throughout, the Warmington-based property is believed to date from the 1920s and now requires modernisation.

Outside, established gardens surround the property. The rear garden is laid to lawn with mature trees and a small orchard of apple trees.

There is a detached single garage and off-road parking for numerous vehicles.

Inside, the ground floor accommodation includes a kitchen, dining room, sitting room, bathroom and conservatory.

Both the sitting room and dining room have solid fuel fireplaces, with the sitting room enjoying views across the garden and countryside beyond.

The kitchen has fitted units with a small utility area and conservatory attached. The bathroom comprises a wc, bath and wash hand basin.

Upstairs on the first floor there are three bedrooms, one of which has built-in wardrobes.

There is also a useful large storage area accessed off the landing.

The property sits in the middle of its quarter acre plot and has superb rural views. It is on the market at a guide price of £285,000.

However there is an opportunity to purchase an additional two-and-a-half acres of land adjacent to the property for an additional £50,000.

The property is situated a short distance from the edge of Warmington which is an attractive conservation village with a parish church and a pub.

The National Herb Centre and a farm shop are both located nearby, as is the town of Banbury and village of Kineton.

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, call Fisher German on 01295 271555.

 
 
 

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