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A unique Grade II Listed period property located in an enviable setting, offering well appointed character accommodation in grounds which extend to approximately 0.30 of an acre. Cross-Trees is constructed of local ironstone and has been sympathetically updated and modernised to a high standard retaining many of the original period features including an inglenook fireplace, exposed ceiling beams and timbers. A well fitted kitchen has a range of Oak fronted units with built in Miele appliances. The property also benefits from a flexible two storey annexe which is also well appointed and in keeping with the main house. It has the potential to be used as an annexe, guest suite, multi-generation family or a home/office. Situated in a conservation area in one of the most sought after locations within the village, the property enjoys a quiet secluded position with outstanding far reaching views across Northamptonshire and beyond.
Eydon is a vibrant community village located just off A361 between Banbury and Daventry. The village comprises of mostly local ironstone houses and cottages. The village does not suffer from “through traffic” so is mainly a quiet location. It provides a strong, community spirit with many clubs and societies such as the photographic club, amateur dramatics society, a historical research group and yoga classes. The village is served by a church, sports field with playground, village hall and an excellent public house, noted for its entry into the Michelin guide. Nearby Culworth has a first class primary school and there are good local and private schools. The Carrdus (Overthorpe) and Winchester House (Brackley) which are both prep schools. Bloxham, Stowe and Tudor Hall are also within easy reach. More extensive amenities are available in Banbury, which has a range of shops and leisure facilities. Transport links are within easy access to the M40 motorway at Banbury and the M1 at Flore. There is a regular and direct rail service from Milton Keynes to London Euston (approx 30 minutes) and from Banbury to London Marylebone (approx 60 minutes)
Located off the village green, access is via a gated and gravelled private driveway providing parking for up to 3 vehicles and a south-facing rear garden. The gardens are enclosed by natural hedgerow boundaries with a paved terrace adjacent to the property and a further decked area for Al fresco dining. Principally laid to lawns, the gardens are complemented by box hedging and well stocked shrub borders. In all, about 0.304 of an acre.
Stone fireplace | Exposed beams | Amtico flooring | Inglenook fireplace including bread oven and window seat | Bespoke re-fitted kitchen with oak cupboards and drawer units, incorporating Italian granite work surfaces and integral appliances | Oak panelled storage areas | Refitted shower room with under floor heating | Refitted Villeroy & Boch bathroom suite with under floor heating | Jacuzzi | The annexe is also finished to a good standard with electric heating, engineered oak and amtico flooring, white bathroom suite with separate shower cubicle, steam room, Jacuzzi and Corian (DuPont) work surfaces | Under floor heating to the Living room.
Private Gravelled Driveway with Parking
Two Storey "Hoff House" Annexe
Grounds of approx 0.304 of an acre
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