Dating back to the early 17th century this former farmhouse and coaching inn Yew Tree House has been completely and sympathetically updated in 2013-14 to a very high standard by the current owners. An extensive programme of works aimed to retain as much of the original character of the property as possible while enhancing and extending to make it suitable for modern family living.
The well balanced accommodation is arranged over three floors plus cellars with the ground floor offering a well equipped kitchen / breakfast room with original stone floor, beams, hearth and wood burner stove, with interconnecting doors leading to the large modern garden room and the cosy sitting room which has a second wood burner. There is a further reception dining room. The extensively glazed, vaulted ceiling garden room looks out onto the gardens and provides an excellent way of enjoying how the garden colours change with the seasons.
The entrance hallway features an under lit glass top well, and gives access to a large vaulted ceiling utility room.
Upstairs the first floor offers a wonderful balance of space and charm with an en-suite shower room to the master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a modern family bathroom. There are a further two bedrooms on the second floor, one of which is accessed via a study / dressing room and has a further en-suite shower room.
There are two large cellars in the basement.
Kings Sutton is a pretty village located south east of Banbury off the A4260. It benefits from having a main line railway station with regular services to London Marylebone in approx. 1 hour, Oxford and Birmingham. There is easy access to the M40 motorway junctions 10 (south to London) and 11 (north to Birmingham and the Midlands). The village has a beautiful 13th Century Church and excellent facilities, including the village Post Office, shop, and an award winning gastro pub, as well as its own local primary school. It is conveniently situated within easy reach of a number of excellent private and state schools.
The property is approached through a five bar gate which leads to a gravelled driveway with parking for several vehicles and a detached stone double car port.
The property has large established gardens predominantly laid to lawn complemented by well stocked borders with a mixture of perennial flowers, shrubs and trees giving interest throughout the seasons. The grounds extend into an area of former orchard land with mature trees, hedging and shrubs; there are several apple, pear, plum, and apricot fruit trees, plus soft berry fruit bushes. There is a good sized entertaining terrace to the rear of the property.
There is a substantial stone outbuilding with potential for a variety of uses including conversion into additional accommodation (subject to the necessary planning building consents and regulations).
Local Authority South Northamptonshire Council – Band G.
Two Ensuite Shower Facilities