- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 receptions
A stunningly presented detached 4 bed house with 2 acre paddock, stables & countryside views.
Woodwaye house is a stunningly presented 4 bed detached house with paddocks, stables, large garden and ample off road parking.
Constructed of hornton stone with a slate roof the property sits to the front of its plot in an elevated position and benefits from far reaching countryside views.
Set back from the road the house benefits from ample off road parking, a detached garage and , workshop. The ground floor accommodation comprises a porch and spacious entrance hall that leads to all reception rooms and a double bedroom with garden views and ensuite shower room.
Since purchasing the property the current vendors have renovated the kitchen / dining room to create an open plan space with larder, fitted wall and base units, electric Aga and access to the utility.
The drawing room has a stunning vaulted ceiling and central wood burner with built in shelves to the side.
The most recent addition to the house is the conservatory, which overlooks the rear and side gardens and can be used all year round. It is fitted with electric radiators and a large wood burner. A down stairs study with oak flooring completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs there is a large landing, airing cupboard, three double bedrooms with views and a high specification family bathroom.
This property has 2.38 acres of land.
The south east facing rear garden is predominately laid to lawn with flower bed boarders and is fenced off from the surrounding grounds with 2 access points through from the garden.
The 2 acre paddock has been recently re-fenced and is split into two fields with vehicular access and parking available on a tarmac space strong enough to hold a 7 ton horse box.
Note there is immediate access to bridleways making this property perfect for those wishing to ride with ease in the countryside.
The two stables can be accessed via the property garden or from the road access and have the potential for other purposes subject to necessary planning consents.
Moreton Pinkney is an attractive and popular South Northants village surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside. The village has a parish church, playing fields and is situated perfectly for those looking to commute or simply enjoy a quieter life.
Local schooling includes primary schools: Culworth Church of England Primary rated Ofsted OUTSTANDING, St Lois Church of England Primary, Middleton Cheney Primary school in Middleton Cheney and chacombe primary in Chacombe.
Secondary schools there is chenderit school in Middleton Cheney and further schools in the town of Banbury and Brackley.
There are school buses from the village to Culworth and Middleton Cheney.
Private schools: The Carrdus, Overthorpe and Winchester House, Brackley.
Public Schools include: Stowe School, Tudor Hall, Rugby School and Bloxham.
Extensive shopping and recreational facilities available in nearby Banbury, Towcester and further afield in Northampton.
Sporting facilities include golf at Cherwell Edge, Middleton Cheney and Staverton, motor racing at Silverstone, horse racing at Towcester and Grayshot spa and fitness centre (Fawsley Hall).
Regular rail service from Milton Keynes to London Euston in about 35 minutes, Northampton to London Euston in about 50 minutes and Banbury to London Marylebone in about 60 minutes.
Excellent communications with the M1 and M40 giving good access to London and the North. Birmingham International Airport 48 miles away.
From Banbury take the A422 towards Brackley. At the roundabout at the top of the hill, take the B4525 Northampton Road and after 2 miles, take the left turn signed to Thorpe Mandeville and Culworth. Proceed along this road and until you reach the village of Moreton Pinkney. Continue through the village until you see the converted pub on your left hand side. Beyond this on the right handside is Plumpton Lane and you will see in front of the property our Strutt & Parker for sale sign.
- Situated on the edge of the village with access to immediate bridleways
- 2 Acre paddock (recently refenced) with stables and tack room
- Large South East facing garden
- Detached 4 bed house with large garage and workshop
- Vehicular access to paddock
- Kitchen/dining room
- Reception room
- 4 Bedrooms with 1 ensuite
- Tarmac car parking space in paddock (will hold a 7 ton horse box)
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