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An impressive three bedroom property being part of a baronial style Grade II Listed Manor House. Approached through lodge gates the property enjoys a private setting with enclosed gardens and garaging. Constructed of coarse ironstone beneath a tiled roof with stone mullioned windows, the property was constructed in 1861 as a coach house & stable block & was converted in 1947 from the original building into three separate properties. The sitting room features an open fireplace with patio doors onto a hardwood framed orangery with under floor heating overlooking well kept gardens,there is also a fitted kitchen to complete the ground floor. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, each with an en-suite facility and a bedroom/study on the second floor.
Moreton Pinkney is a rural village comprising mainly of ironstone houses and cottages, set in south Northamptonshire countryside. Further amenities can be found at the market towns of Banbury, Towcester and Brackley. Well situated for access to the M40 motorway (J11 Banbury), M1 (J16 Northampton) and Oxford. Train services from Banbury (London/Marylebone) and Milton Keynes. Private preparatory schools include Carrdus (Overthorpe), Winchester House (Brackley) and Beachborough (Westbury). Public schools include Northampton High for Girls, Bloxham and Tudor Hall (girls). State schools at Culworth (primary) and Chenderit Comprehensive (Middleton Cheney). Sporting facilities in the area include golf at Cherwell Edge (Chacombe), horse racing at Towcester and motor racing at Silverstone.
Approached through lodge gates, a gravelled driveway provides off road parking and leads to a single garage with wooden door which forms part of a block converted from former stables. The delightful walled south facing rear gardens are fully enclosed and bordered by several cordon fruit trees and enjoy an attractive outlook across South Northamptonshire countryside. Principally laid to lawn the gardens are complemented by well stocked flowering borders with a paved terrace. Within the garden there is a timber construction workshop which is double glazed, with power and light connected.
Oil Fired Heating | Under floor heating to the Orangery Tax Band D
Three bedrooms (two en-suite)
Oil Fired Heating
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