5 bedroom house for salePlomers Furze, Charlton Road, Evenley, Northamptonshire
Under Offer £1,100,000
- Entrance hall
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Family room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Five bedrooms (three en-suites)
- Family bathroom
- Front and rear gardens
- Double garage with store
Ryelands is the largest of four barns (Plomers Furze Farm) situated in a rural position at the end of a long tarmac drive.
Constructed of local stone under a slate roof, the
original traditional barn was converted in 2004/5 and offers light, well laid out family rooms.
Originally designed as two dwellings, the current property offers huge flexibility ideal for a family with dependants, teenagers or needing guest accommodation. The services are all in place for separate usage.
The three main downstairs reception rooms all have wood flooring and gas fireplaces with good access to the outside.
The kitchen/breakfast room comprise extensive floor and wall cupboards with integrated appliances including a gas range.
Two staircases rise to the first floor areas with high vaulted ceilings and original exposed A-frames.
Again these are all light and spacious rooms.
Bedrooms 1 and 2 both have en suites and fitted
cupboards/dressing areas. Bedroom 3 also has an ensuite
Ryelands is situated between the villages of Evenley, Croughton, Charlton and Hinton-in-the-Hedges in rural South Northamptonshire close to the borders of North Buckinghamshire and North Oxfordshire.
A local shop can be found in the village of Croughton and a post office/store in Charlton. Evenley also has a post office shop. All four villages have public houses. The market town
of Brackley is not far away for supermarkets and further shopping amenities.
More specialists requirements can be found at Banbury, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Oxford.
Local primary schools at Charlton/Newbottle and Croughton.
Secondary school at Magdalen College in Brackley.
Preparatory schools at Winchester House (Brackley) Beachborough (Westbury) and Carrdus (Overthorpe).
Public schools at Stowe, Tudor Hall, Bloxham and Thornton College with several Oxford schools also accessable.
Excellent connections to the A43 dual carriageway which leads to the M40 (Junction 10 Ardley- 6 miles) and M40 Junction 11 (Banbury).
Train services to London Marylebone from Bicester North (peak time from 45 minutes) and Euston London from Milton Keynes (about 35 minutes)
The property is accessed by a well maintained tarmac drive with security cameras which leads either to the courtyard parking area or to the parking in front of the detached double garage with store to side. There are both front and rear gardens which are mainly laid to lawn.
The paddock extends to 4.7 acres (with a further 6.7 acres available separately) enclosed by post and rail fencing with timber stables comprising three boxes and a tack room - ideal for someone with equestrian interests
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