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Dating back to the 1700`s an attractive stone period cottage under a slate roof. The cottage was the former village sweet shop and benefits from a pretty, low maintenance sunny garden with views across an orchard and fields beyond.
The current owner has tastefully double glazed the whole house. Accommodation includes living room with newly installed log burner, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 large double bedrooms and bathroom with separate shower. Heating is via oil fired central heating to radiators. The property retains character charm with exposed beams, yet is coupled with modern layout and conveniences.
Fringford is a popular village, located just 5 miles to the North of Bicester with its comprehensive shopping facilities and mainline railway station and provides easy access to Jct 9 or 10 of the M40. A former well known resident of the village is Flora Thompson famed for her book ?Lark Rise to Candleford` which in part is based on her experiences while working at the Old Forge/Post Office in Fringford. Today village amenities include a pub with restaurant, highly regarded primary school, village hall, cricket club and a church. The popular Muddy Duck restaurant can be found in the neighbouring village of Hethe.
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