A spacious one bedroom 2nd floor apartment with bright & airy accomodation, attractive communal gardens and parking. Situated within walking distance of the town centre.
Secure entrance leads into a communal reception area/meeting place. Hallway leads to lift to second floor. A hardwood door leads from the hallway to a walk-in cupboard with shelving and heating system.
Door to Sitting Room with double glazed windows to front aspect, storage heater and feature electric fireplace. From the living room, doors lead to the kitchen with matching base and wall level units, integral stainless steel sink, four ring induction hob with electric fan over, integrated electric oven and fridge freezer.
Bedroom 1 has a double glazed window to front aspect, storage heater and built-in wardrobes. Shower room with low level wc, hand wash basin with cupboards under, walk-in shower cubicle, extractor fan and Dimplex heater.
Outside, there are communal gardens providing attractive space for use by all residents. Private parking can be found at the front of Kingstone Court.
From our Chipping Norton office proceed into West Street and on reaching the mini roundabout take the first turning left into Burford Road and left into Albion Street. Wards Road is the third turning on the right and Kingstone Court is towards the top of the road on the right-hand side, being well signposted. As the building is secure, all appointments will be by arrangement with Fairfax staff.
We have not tested equipment, appliances and services to the property. You are advised to consult your legal representative in connection with all matters relating to the contract for sale and legal title of the property.
Strictly by appointment through the agent, Fairfax and Company, Chipping Norton. Tel: Email:
£1,600 every 6 months.
At 700ft, Chipping Norton is the highest town in Oxfordshire and was once an important centre of the medieval wool trade (the word 'Chipping' means market). The elegant town centre bears testimony to its prosperous heritage. Nowadays, 'Chippy' as it is affectionately known, offers a diverse range of shops, ranging from proprietor owned specialist shops through to many of the most familiar High Street names. There are several places of worship, a cosmopolitan range of restaurants, schooling for all ages, as well as a fine sports centre that has an indoor pool. In addition to a hospital, Chipping Norton is proud of its little theatre that also doubles as a cinema. The M40 provides vehicular access to the Midlands from junction 11 (c.15 miles) and London from junction 10 (c.18 miles). Kingham Station is just over 5 miles away and provides a mainline service to Oxford in about 24 minutes and to London Paddington in about 93 minutes. The town lies between the cultural attractions of Oxford and Stratford upon Avon.
125 years from 1st April 2005