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A well-presented four bedroom detached stone barn conversion located on the edge of the village, standing in walled grounds of one third of an acre. Constructed of stone beneath a tiled roof with wooden frame windows, a mullion window and gas fired heating. The property combines many period features with all the convenience of modern living including a range of outbuildings providing opportunity for a variety of potential uses and scope to add further value.
On the ground floor there are three reception rooms, with the potential for a fourth. There are many character features including two inglenook fireplaces, each with a wood burning stove, exposed ceiling beams and stonework. The kitchen is fitted with a range of oak fronted units, will fitted appliances to include an oven and ceramic hobb.
A split staircase leads to the first floor where there are a total of four characterful bedrooms, a bathroom and shower room both of which have modern white suites.
Woodford Halse is situated amongst South Northamptonshire countryside between Banbury and Daventry. The arrival of the Great Central Line transformed the village of Woodford and its hamlet Hinton. It has rows of brick railway cottages contrasting oddly with older ironstone buildings and the Manor House. Everything revolved around the railway, which has been long closed. It contains a range of village amenities, including shops, post office, Church, primary school, and a library. The market towns of Daventry and Banbury provide more comprehensive requirements. There is a main line railway station at Banbury with services to London and the North. Woodford Halse is situated between the M40 and the M1.
The property is approached via a gated gravelled driveway which leads through a car port to a rear courtyard providing parking for several vehicles. A range of single storey stone outbuildings which are attached to the main property provide potential for a variety of uses including garaging and/or ancillary/office accommodation.
Attractive front and rear gardens are enclosed by walling. Laid principally to lawn. the gardens are complimented by well stocked herbaceous borders, mature trees, and a paved terrace. In all, 0.37 of an acre.
Gas Fired Heating | Double Glazed Windows | All mains Services connected to the property | Property Tax Band
Three Reception Rooms (potenital for a fourth)
Stone oubuildings with scope for conversion
Delightful walled gardens and grounds
In all 0.37 of an acre
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