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Situated over three floors as well as a cellar a semi detached Hornton stone family home. Dating back to the 18th century the accommodation offers a wealth of character features and versatile living with further potential to update and enlarge if required (subject to the necessary permissions). A porch gives access to a good size entrance hall which has a Horton stone floor and stone fireplace, this gives access to the sitting room which also has a stone fireplace and exposed ceiling beam. Stairs lead down to the cellar and up from the hall to the first floor and second floors with 4 bedrooms and the family bathroom. From the hall a dining room leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room under the thatch roof. The kitchen offers a range of units, a four ring gas hob cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, and space and plumbing for a washing machine. Giving access to the thatched barn, which includes a garage, this area of the property gives a buyer a wonderful opportunity to adapt or re configure the accommodation to their individual needs.
Middleton Cheney is one of the larger villages in the area. Facilities within the village include a chemist, three churches, library, bus service, village store and post office, newsagents and two public houses. The village provides a number of pre school groups and several play areas. The primary school and secondary school were both rated "Good" by Ofsted in 2016 and 2013 respectively. 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, Oxford, Warwick and Birmingham.
The property is approached via gated access and surrounded by character stone walls. The front garden has lawn with deep filled perennial flower beds along the road including Forsythia, Philadelphus, Spirea and Ragged robin. The cottage garden planting includes climbing roses and clematis plus a herb garden by the kitchen door. The rear garden has a terrace with a pergola supporting climbing roses and clematis and providing an ideal outside living space. The rear garden, accessed by a path as well as through the house, is designed as a traditional cottage garden and includes a Greenhouse, fruit cage, lawn, small pond, vegetable and fruit areas and well-stocked borders. There are Beech hedges, a Gingko tree and two Apple trees (including one with Mistletoe)
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. The thatched barn area is currently used as a store, it could be converted to re configure the accommodation or alternatively a garage or annexe (subject to necessary permissions).
Sitting Room with Stone Open Fireplace
Dining Room over covered well
Thatched Barn Including Garage With Potential For Changes
Mature Established Gardens
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