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A substantial semi detached stone character home that dates back to the 18th Century. With accommodation over three floors plus a cellar the property offers a wealth of character features and well balanced, versatile accommodation. An entrance porch gives access to all ground floor accommodation including the entrance hall with a flagstone floor and a stone fireplace, dining room and sitting room with a stone fireplace and exposed ceiling beams. The kitchen and breakfast room has a range of eye and base level units, 4 ring gas hob, cooker, dishwasher, freezer, fridge and space and plumbing for a washing machine. To the first floor there are two good size bedrooms and a family bathroom with a further two bedrooms to the second floor. In addition to the main house there is a thatched barn which offers any buyer the ability to create further accommodation or its current use as a store and garage.
Middleton Cheney is one of the larger villages in the area facilities within the village include a Doctors surgery, chemist, three churches, library, bus service, village store, newsagents, post office & a choice of public houses. The village provides both primary (OfSTED) "Good" 2016 and secondary schooling (OfSTED) "Good" 2013. Local preparatory schools also include The Carrdus and Overthorpe, Winchester House (Brackley), public schools at Tudor Hall (girls) and Bloxham (co-ed) in addition to Warwick Public School (boys) and Kings High School (girls). There is access to the M40 (Jct 11) and a mainline railway station that provides a service to London Marylebone.
The property is approached via gated access and is surrounded by character stone walls. The front garden is lawned with deep filled perennial flower and shrub borders with a range of well considered planting that includes climbing rose, lavender, clematis and a large bay tree. The rear garden has a terrace which makes an ideal entertaining area with three climbing clematis. The garden is a typical cottage garden which has been divided into sections with a lawned area, small pond feature, well stocked borders that include lovely colourful planting that include ragged robin, philadelphus, wormwood, black acer, sunflower and gingko tree. In addition there is a vegetable plot area and a greenhouse with a flowering currant, honeysuckle and established grapevine.
Dating from approx 1714, the property has gas central heating with two open fireplaces. The council tax is Band F and is South Northamptonshire Council. The property is not Grade II Listed but is situated within a conservation area.
Entrance Hallway with Fireplace
Sitting Room With Stone Fireplace
Kitchen & Breakfast Room
Thatched Barn (Currently a Garage & Store)
Gardens to the front side and rear
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