Front Elevation
1,722 sq ft(159.98 sq m)
Guide price £549,000

High StreetEydon, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 3PP

    Key features

    • Charming period property
    • Annexe with income potential
    • Music/hobby room with further outbuilding
    • Enclosed rear garden
    • Off road parking
    • Garage
    • Productive allotment plot

    Charming cottage with parking, garage and allotment plot situated within this delightful Northamptonshire village.

    About this property

    • This delightful property sits within the heart of the village. Built
      from stone under a slate roof it offers a wealth of period features which include, flagstone flooring, windows seats, exposed beams and inglenook fireplace.

      Entering into the lobby and moving across the flagstone floor and onto slate into the kitchen. Finished with oak base and wall
      units with oak work surface. Inset with Franke sink with drainer, integrated fridge/freezer, under counter dishwasher and Hotpoint oven with a four ring induction hob. Further is a two-seater breakfast bar and Rayburn. The sitting room is a bright and light room benefitting from dual aspect windows. A inglenook fireplace with flagstone hearth inset with wood burning stove. The dining room is laid with quarry tiles and also benefits from a wood burner, another light and bright room with stairs rising to the first floor. Furthermore is a shower room with washbasin and w.c. along with utility area/kitchen currently shared with the annexe. A Belfast sink with wooden worktop and wood wall and base units along with space for washing machine and an integrated two ring induction hob.

      Three bedrooms occupy the first floor, all benefit from built in storage with the principal room offering double aspect views across the lane and countryside beyond. A family bathroom with a white suite of bath, w.c. and washbasin is also present.

      Linked via the entrance lobby is a self-contained annexe. It offers a ground floor sitting room and shared kitchen/utility. Stairs lead to a first floor double bedroom with en-suite shower room with corner shower tray, washbasin and w.c. This could however be integrated back into the property to create a further bedroom and snug/study.

      Externally and to the rear, the gardens are fully enclosed with a paved seating and lawned area surround by mature planting and shrub borders. A stone built garden store is present along with a further stone built music/office room. Parking for a vehicle opposite the property along with a single garage across the lane with further parking for another two vehicles. Stone built it offers an up and over door along with personnel door to the side. The freehold sale also includes an abundant allotment plot within walking distance of the property. This plot offers the new purchaser a chance to create their own piece of The Good Life whilst enjoying open countryside views.

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    A delightful cottage in the heart of this historic village with a wealth of period features and charm. It offers the opportunity to live a taste of 'the good life' with it's own allotment plot.

    Iain PowisProperty agent

    Local information

    • Eydon is a small unspoilt rural South Northamptonshire village comprising predominately ironstone houses and cottages set in attractive undulating countryside. Local amenities include The Royal Oak public house/restaurant, parish church/village hall, sports field, swings, games area and the village has a very active community. Further facilities can be found at Byfield, Woodford Halse and Culworth which include post office, butcher, mini supermarket and well regarded primary school in Culworth. More extensive specialist requirements are at the market towns of Banbury, Brackley, Towcester and Daventry.
    • Independent schools in the area include prep:- Winchester House, (Brackley), Beachborough, (Westbury), The Carrdus, (Overthorpe); Senior independent schools are Bloxham and Tudor Hall, (Bloxham), Stowe and Rugby.
    • Access onto the M40 motorway at Junction 11 (Banbury) about 11 miles. Main line train services from Banbury (London/Marylebone travel time from 60 minutes) and Milton Keynes (London/Euston travel time from 33 minutes).
    • Sporting activities in the area include Golf at Cherwell Edge (Middleton Cheney) and Staverton; Horse racing at Towcester,
    • Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon; motor racing at Silverstone; full indoor sports complex at Banbury; fishing and sailing at Boddington Reservoir.
    • (All distances and times are approximate).

    Additional information

    • Directions: NN11 3PP From M40 (J11) take the A361 towards Daventry. Proceed along this road for 8.2 miles and into the village of Byfield. Proceed through the village of Byfield and at the second of the double roundabouts take the third exit onto Church Street. Continue along Church Street and out of the village for 1.4 miles and at the grass triangle take a right turn then immediately after take a left turn at another grass triangle sign post Eydon. Proceed along this road for 1.2 miles into the village of Eydon. At the ‘T' junction take a right turn onto Lime Avenue and proceed along the road until a further ‘T' junction in which you take a left. Follow the road around and through the village and after about 0.5 miles 19, High Street can be found on your left hand side.
    • EPC Rating = E