Hill View, Eydon, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 3PB | Property for sale | Savills
2,807 sq ft(260.78 sq m)
Guide price £1,000,000(€1,181,920)

Hill ViewEydon, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 3PB

    Key features

    • Impressive period property
    • Undergone sensitive transformation
    • Hobby room with potential for annexe
    • Beautiful landscaped garden
    • Private driveway with parking
    • Popular village location with pub and local amenities

    Charming village home with versatile, well-presented accommodation.

    About this property

    • 7 Hill View is an impressive, detached, Grade II listed property set within the popular village of Eydon. It has been sensitively transformed by the current owners, including the creation of a generous kitchen and a fantastic family room.

      The property benefits from a wealth of period features and is presented to a high standard. There is also a secondary wing, which would be well suited to being a hobby room or annexe, subject to any necessary consents.

      The house is approached through a delightful hallway with stained glass windows, feature tiled floor and doors into the gardens. The dual aspect sitting room features window seats looking onto the garden, window shutters, a wood-burning stove, wooden floor and exposed beams.

      The charming, dual aspect dining room includes an inglenook fireplace, wood panelling, window seat and exposed beams. This leads through to a study and a useful storage room and onto a further versatile room, which could also be used as a study / snug / library. This opens into a wonderful and spacious open-plan kitchen / breakfast room with double doors on to the rear terrace. The kitchen includes wooden base units with wooden work surfaces and a Belfast sink, a range cooker and plenty of room for dining.

      Located off the hallway is a further kitchen / hobby room with high ceiling and a utility room and WC to the rear. This could be a charming self-contained annexe, subject to any necessary consents.

      The first floor comprises two light and spacious double bedrooms, both with charming window seats, one with in-built cupboards and the other a cast iron fireplace. There is also a family bathroom and a fourth bedroom / study, which leads through into and an impressive family room. This generous and light, open plan room features a high vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. This room could alternatively make an exceptional bedroom.

      The second floor provides a delightful dual aspect double bedroom, generous dressing room and an en-suite shower room, with further storage on the landing.

      The property features a gated gravel parking area with space for several cars. The mature landscaped, south east facing garden is a wonderful spot to relax and unwind. It features a large terrace providing ample space for al-fresco dining; a generous lawn; further seating areas, mature trees and well-stocked flower beds and borders.

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    I love what the current owners have done with the property. The kitchen and first floor sitting are impressive additions and I think its exciting having the flexibility with the hobby room / annexe.

    Catherine ScandrettProperty agent

    Local information

    • Eydon is a small unspoilt rural south Northamptonshire village comprising predominately ironstone houses and cottages set in attractive undulating countryside. The property is within the Conservation area.
    • Local amenities include The Royal Oak public house/restaurant, parish church, village hall, sports field and recreational area, Oboe Fine Wines of Eydon, Dodds Manor Farm Shop, Mumfords butchers van (visits Eydon weekly, at time of print) and the village has a very active community. Further facilities can be found at Byfield, Woodford Halse and Culworth, which includes a community coffee shop, butchers shop and well regarded primary school. More extensive specialist requirements are at the market towns of Banbury, Brackley, Towcester and Daventry.
    • Access onto the M40 motorway at Junction 11 (Banbury) about 11 miles. Mainline train services from Banbury (London/Marylebone travel time from 60 minutes) and Milton Keynes (London/Euston travel time from 35 minutes).
    • Independent schools in the area include prep:- Winchester House (Brackley), Beachborough (Westbury), Carrdus (Overthorpe); Public schools include Bloxham and Tudor Hall (Bloxham), Stowe and Rugby.
    • 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; bowls and tennis club in Byfield and leisure centre in Brackley.
    • All distances and times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
    • Directions: From the M40 (J11) take the A422 towards Brackley. At the end of the dual carriageway at the top of the hill, turn left onto the B4525 Northampton Road and after approximately 2 miles, take the left turn signposted to Thorpe Mandeville and Culworth. Proceed through Culworth down the hill and turn right as signposted to Eydon. Continue for approximately 3 miles and on approaching the village take the left turn onto Lime Avenue. Where the road bends to the left take the right turning into Hill View. 7 Hill View can be found on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F