Bampton is an attractive Cotswold village known for its large Georgian houses, imposing Church and impressive Victorian Town Hall. In the seventeenth century Bampton was an important leather trading centre and became famous for its jackets, gloves and breeches. Bampton is also renowned as the historic home of Morris Dancing. The village offers a selection of shops including a CO-OP mini-supermarket and award winning family butchers, a choice of four public houses, a hairdressers/beauty salon and Post Office. It also has a Primary school, Doctor's surgery with pharmacy and public Library. The no.19 Stagecoach bus passes through Bampton daily on a village route to Carterton and on to Witney. There's further schooling and shopping facilities in Witney and Faringdon (both c.5 miles) and Burford (c.7 miles). The village is well situated for road communications c.5 miles from both A40 and A420.
Communal entrance with intercom.
Entrance Hall providing access to various room. Storage cupboard and intercom.
Feature arched window to side, fireplace with electric fire, television and telephone point.
A fitted Kitchen with wall and base units, built-in oven, hob and extractor hood, 1.25 bowl sink with drainer. Space for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Feature arched windows to front and side.
Feature arched window to front, built-in wardrobe, television point.
Feature arched window to front.
Window to side, panelled bath with independant shower unit over, WC, hand wash basin and extractor fan.
West Oxfordshire District Council - Band B.
The Flat is Leasehold with an original 125 year lease granted June 2001. The Freehold is held by the Thornberry Residents Company Ltd - all 10 Flat owners are the Shareholders with a 10% share each. A service charge of £400 is payable twice yearly as well as a £20 charge for upkeep of the communal garden maintenance.
By appointment through Abbey Properties on 10993 851881.