An expansive farmhouse with 17.54 acres and a further 26.49 acres available by separate negotiation
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Situated in the middle of its grounds New Zealand Farm is a 6 bedroom house with ample living space, stunning views and up to 44 acres of land. In the main house there is a spacious entrance hall with access to all primary rooms and stairs to the first floor. The kitchen / diner over looks the rear garden and fields and has a range of fitted wall and base units. The drawing room benefits from access to the garden and has a central fire place with fitted wood burner. The dining room, utility, 2 WCs and a larder complete the downstairs. On the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms (1 ensuite), a single bedroom and family shower room. Completing the accommodation is 2 double bedrooms on the second floor of the house.
This property has 17.54 acres of land.
To the rear and side of the property there is a good size, wrap around garden mainly laid to lawn with a patio, mature shrub boarders and a range of fruit trees. The remainder of the land sits behind, to the side and front of the property. In total there are 44 acres broken up into 4 post and rail paddocks and a field. The property has plenty of off road parking, 2 large barns, one of which is used as an indoor ménage and a 2 bedroom log cabin with full planning permission to replace with a 3 bedroom house.
New Zealand Farm sits between the villages of Napton on the hill and Stockton. Stockton is a small village located to the east of the A426 road, two miles north-east of Southam, and eight miles south-west of Rugby. The village has a pub (The Crown Inn), with another two close by on the canal (The Boat Inn & The Blue Lias), a Working Men's Club and a Football and Cricket Club, a Village Shop with a Post Office attached, a Village Hall, a Chinese takeaway and a Primary school. Stockton hosts an annual beer festival on the late Spring bank holiday (established 2013) and in 2016 it was held over 4 venues, The Crown, Football Club, Nelson Club and Boat Inn with its own campsite located at the Football Club. The village of Napton is 1.5 miles from the property where further amenities can be found.
From Banbury head on to the Southam Road and follow the A423. At the first roundabout (Southam) take the 2nd exit and continue along the road until you reach the 2nd roundabout. There take the 3rd exit on to the Daventry road (A425) and continue along it until you reach the Kings Head on the right handside. From here take the first left and then left again onto Napton Road. Continue along the road until you see a For Sale sign for New Zealand Farm.Read all
- 6 bedroom Farmhouse with up to 44 acres
- Equestrian possibilities
- Separate planning permission for a 3 bed house
- 2 large barns, 1 used as an indoor ménage
- Paddocks and farm land
- Set in its own grounds with stunning views
- Available as a whole or in 3 lots