Savills | High Street, Eydon, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 3PP | Property for sale
1,858 sq ft(172.61 sq m)
Guide price £650,000

High StreetEydon, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 3PP

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2022
  • Flexible accommodation
  • Useful open plan annex
  • Lawn garden with south facing terrace
  • Off road parking

Idyllic Stone Cottage.

About this property

  • 45 High Street is situated in the central part of the village and is made up of stone with a slate roof. It is thought to have originated from 1750 with a later Victorian extension and although the property is not listed, it is situated in a conservation area. The property offers charming character, flexible accommodation with ground floor accommodation if required, exposed beams, wood burning stoves, hardwood double glazed windows and some underfloor heating.

    On entering the property through glass doors, there is a reception hall with wood burning stove providing a generous space with built in cupboards for shoes and coats and with the potential to be used as a work/office space. This leads through into the kitchen with tiled floor, bespoke handmade built in units, with built in Bosch dishwasher, full height fridge, Belfast style double sink unit, granite worktops and island unit with bin storage and wine racks. There is an electric Everhot oven with warming plate and 3 ring induction hob and extractor. The family sized dining table with built in storage seating provides plenty of room for entertaining. There is a ground floor bathroom and utility space for the washing machine and tumble dryer before entering the annex.

    The annex can be independently accessed, although is part of the main house. It is a light spacious room with exposed stonework and beams and vaulted ceiling. It has a slate floor with under floor heating, with glass doors out onto the garden. There is an open plan kitchen with built in units, sink electric oven and hob. This space offers a number of uses.

    The east facing sitting room at the front of the property has an inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. This provides a generous reception room for relaxing. Upstairs are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.

    Outside there is a brick paved south facing terrace immediately adjacent to the property. The gardens extend to the rear with plenty of flat lawn and mature shrubs and trees within the borders. The raised beds provide for growing vegetables and fruit and there is another paved terraced area for outside seating. There is a greenhouse, log store and storage shed within the gardens enclosed by stone walling.

    The gravel drive provides off road parking for about three cars. The neighbour has a right of way over the front part.

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It's so nice to be able to offer a pretty cottage in Eydon. The annex is what makes the house for me. The extra space it offers is exceptional.

Nick RudgeProperty agent

Local information

  • Eydon is a small unspoilt rural south Northamptonshire village comprising predominantly of pretty iron stone houses and cottages in undulating countryside. The property is within a conservation area. There is a vibrant community with the provision of many local community clubs running from the Village hall. There is St Nicolas Church and The Royal Oak Pub. Further facilities can be found in Byfield and Woodford Halse, whereby you can find a Post Office, Co-Op and restaurants. More extensive specialist requirements are at the market towns of Banbury, Towcester and Daventry.
  • The area is well served for schools including primary school in the neighbouring village of Culworth and Chenderit secondary school in Middleton Cheney. Independent schools include preparatory at Winchester House (Brackley), Cardus (Overthorpe), Beachborough, (Westbury) and St Lukes (Banbury), with senior independent schools including Tudor Hall and Bloxham School (both Bloxham), Stowe School, Rugby and Northampton High School.
  • Access onto M40 (Junction 11) is approximately 10 miles away at Banbury. Main line train services from Banbury (London/Marylebone travel time from 55 minutes) and Milton Keynes (London/Euston travel time from 45 minutes).
  • Sporting activities in the area include Golf at Cherwell Edge (Middleton Cheney) and Staverton; horse racing at Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon; motor racing at Silverstone; full indoor sports complex at Banbury; fishing and sailing at Boddington Reservoir.
  • All times and distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = C
  • Tenure = Freehold