Substantial family home set in 0.37 acres with generous accommodation and good communication links.
A substantial mock Tudor house set back from the road, 27 Twyford Road is detached and built from brick under a quarry tile roof.
You enter the property through weighty wooden front doors and into the entrance lobby, from here it flows through to the sitting room with working open fireplace inset with wrought iron grate and marble surround. Further on is the dining room, ample space for table and chairs making it a great place for entertaining. Moving on into the family room with door onto the rear garden. A bright and light room benefitting from picture windows framing the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room laid with tiled flooring is of good proportions with space for table and chairs. Wooden base and wall units provide the storage with granite work surface inset with double sink with drainer. Integrated dishwasher with space for American style fridge/freezer and impressive Leisure 5 ring gas range with electric ovens. Further on this floor is a games room along with shower room with sauna, large shower tray, sink and w/c.
The first floor accommodation comprises a principal bedroom with views onto the rear garden, sizeable double bedroom with en-suite shower room. Three further double bedrooms with two benefitting from built in cupboards along with two single bedrooms with one being used as a study/home office. A family bathroom with white bath suite along with separate shower room across the landing.
Outside there is ample parking for a number of vehicles to the front on a recently tarmaced drive. A detached double garage with sliding doors to front and rear with eaves storage above. The rear garden is a generous size, mainly laid to lawn for ease of maintenance it has a fabulous raised sun deck ideal for outside dining and entertaining. Mature trees adorn the lawn with fruit baring trees to the bottom along with flower and shrub borders.
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A must see by people who are wanting copious amounts of space whilst being within easy reach of Banbury, the station and the M40.Iain Powis