Historic manor house with 3 delightful holiday cottages, superb equestrian/livery facilities and 18.5 acres.
Believed to date from the 16th Century and Grade II* listed, Yaxley Manor House is of timber framed construction, presenting colour washed and timber elevations, under a steeply pitched plain tiled roof. The well laid out accommodation, which benefits from an oil fired heating system and three clear view wood burning stoves, includes a central reception hall with well-proportioned drawing room, an impressive original panelled dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, complete with Rangemaster, and French doors to a very large patio area.
To complete the ground floor there is a sitting room, which has stable doors on both the east and west side to the garden, a utility room with shower and WC. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the majority of which enjoy fine views over the gardens and surrounding countryside, plus an en suite bathroom and family bathroom.
Two independent staircases give access to two attic bedrooms. The property has many original features including brick flooring, oak panel doors, fireplaces and carved timbers.
Beyond the house lie three self-contained cottages, converted to a very high standard and unique in their own right, offering flexibility for a variety of uses.
The Coachman's Cottage with open plan kitchen and living room, large bedroom and en suite bathroom.
The Coach House offers a ground floor living room, small kitchen/breakfast room, together with two first floor bedrooms and bathroom.
John Fanner Barn with large central reception room with galleried landing, large kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor bathroom and first floor bedroom.
The gardens surrounding the main property are laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees, shrubs and well established roses, together with a pond enclosed by established stock hedging and post and rail fencing.
In addition to the garden there is an orchard containing numerous fruit trees. Beyond the garden are two stable yards, totalling 19 loose boxes along with associated store tack and feed rooms. There is an illuminated manege and access to the paddocks which lie beyond. Nearby there is access onto numerous bridleways offering miles of hacking in most directions
In all approximately 18.5 acres.
Mains electricity and water. Mains & private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
The property is really impressive, much like a mini estate, it has 3 cottages, 2 excellent stable yards, superb equestrian facilities and a stunning main house displaying a wealth of features.Tom Orford