Savills | Hornton Lane, Horley, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 6BL | Properties for sale
5,630 sq ft(523.04 sq m)
Guide price £2,500,000

Hornton LaneHorley, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 6BL


    Key features

    • Exceptional family home in a private, elevated position
    • Light rooms with generous ceiling heights
    • Stylish interiors with a modern feel
    • Stunning views over gardens and countryside beyond
    • Mature gardens surrounding the house
    • Garaging and off-road parking
    • Edge of a conservation village
    • Excellent communication links at Banbury for trains to London and M40 (J11)
    • Planning permission to build an additional dwelling within the grounds

    Exceptional family home with stunning views, set in mature gardens, on the edge of a conservation village.

    About this property

    • YELLOWELL HOUSE
      Yellowell House is set in a private position and approached by a sweeping gravel drive. Built in the 1960's in an elevated position, it has been significantly extended and improved by the current owner incorporating exposed reclaimed beams, stone, brick and flagstones along with parkland fencing.

      Constructed of local Hornton ironstone below a pitch tiled roof, it is located on the edge of the conservation village of Horley.

      The property offers extensive practical living approaching 5700 sq ft (gross internal area) with attention to detail throughout. Key additions include fine open fireplaces, double glazed oak windows, hardwood flooring, high quality bespoke kitchen units, four oven Aga, Fired Earth and Sanitan white bathroom fittings, limestone flooring and bespoke garaging with Dura fitted units and cabinets.

      Natural light pours into many of the reception rooms particularly the drawing room, kitchen and breakfast room and family room. Generous ceiling heights complement the ground floor living and give a sense of space and light.

      Given the property's edge of village position, many of the rooms enjoy a fabulous view over the gardens and countryside beyond.

      The stylish interiors give it a modern feel creating a very comfortable family home.

      GARDEN AND GROUNDS
      A key attraction is the garden that surrounds the house, which is level and predominantly laid to lawn. There are several mature trees including; a 19th century Wellingtonia; raised vegetable beds and Hartley Botanic greenhouse for the green fingered; and a Pergola plus paved entertaining areas all of which take advantage of the glorious views.

      To the front is a gravel parking area for a number of cars; bespoke oak/reclaimed stone garaging and integral tandem garage with Dura fittings for the car enthusiast; and there is ample space for storage and a workshop. The single garage has heating, and the storage space above could be used for a variety of purposes subject to obtaining any necessary consents.

      PLANNING PERMISSION
      There is full detailed planning permission (Application Number 20/00373/F ) for the erection of an elegant single, detached four bedroom house approaching 3200 sq ft (gross internal area) and separate garaging and parking bays. Building Regulation Approval has also been obtained. The site also benefits from an existing stone barn/ garden store with loft above. The plot extends to about 0.7 of an acre.

      For further information please contact the vendor's agent.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    To me this is the epitome of country living - Edge of village, fantastic view, great condition and ideal for a car enthusiast. There's even space to build more if you feel like it!

    Nick RudgeProperty agent

    Local information

    • Horley is situated a short distance north west of the market town of Banbury, in rolling north Oxfordshire countryside. The village is predominantly made up of period properties built from the attractive mellow coloured local ironstone. It also has a 12th century church and public house.
    • Banbury provides for a wide range of retail, leisure and other day to day requirements, with Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford also being within reach.
    • Primary schools can be found in the neighbouring villages of Hornton and Shenington. Horley is in the catchment area for Stratford grammar schools. Independent Prep schools it the area include: Carrdus (Overthorpe), St John's Priory (Banbury) and Winchester House (Brackley). Senior schools include: Bloxham School, Tudor Hall School, Warwick School and Sibford School, as well as those in Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford.
    • Excellent communication links at Banbury for rail to London Marylebone (about 56 minutes) and Birmingham, and junction 11 of the M40.
    • Sporting and leisure activities include golf at Tadmarton Heath; horse racing at Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick; motor racing at Silverstone; theatres at Stratford-upon-Avon, Chipping Norton and Oxford; and Soho Farmhouse private members club at Great Tew.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From M40 (J11) follow the A422 Warwick road around the north of Banbury. At the 6th roundabout turn right and continue north on the A422 which becomes the B4100. Shortly after passing the right hand turn to Hanwell take the left hand turning to Horley. On arriving in the centre of the village, turn right past The Red Lion, continue up the hill, past the church and onwards towards Hornton. Just before leaving Horley the entrance to Yellowell House can be found on the right hand side. Turn in and immediately bear right where the driveway will take you to the front of the house.
    • EPC Rating = E