House For Sale

The Cottage, Berry Lane, Hellidon, South Northamptonshire

Guide price £675,000 Sale Agreed

An appealing Grade II Listed period home offering abundant character and charm, and a beautiful garden with open countryside views. **Best & Final offers by 2.30pm Weds 1 June 2022 **

  • **Best & Final offers by 2.30pm Weds 1st June 2022**
  • Entrance hall, Sitting room, Dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility/boot room and cloakroom
  • Four bedrooms & family bathroom, Attic room
  • Abundant original period features throughout
  • Delightful gardens with unspoilt countryside views
  • Garage and plenty of off street parking

Hellidon is a pretty rural village situated in attractive undulating south Northamptonshire countryside not far from the borders of South Warwickshire and North Oxfordshire. The village has a well-regarded public house and parish church. More extensive facilities can be found nearby at Daventry including Waitrose and at Leamington Spa.

Connection onto the motorway network is found at junction 12 (Gaydon 14 miles) and junction 11 (Banbury 14 miles) of the M40 and junction 16 (Upper Heyford 11 miles) of the M1. Mainline train services are at Rugby (16 miles) for London Euston (journey time 50 minutes), Long Buckby (10 miles) for London Euston and Banbury (14 miles) for London Marylebone (journey time from 54 minutes).

There is a wide selection of schools in the area including Bilton Grange Prep School in Dunchurch, Winchester House in Brackley, Arnold Lodge and Kingsley High School for Girls in Leamington Spa, Rugby School, Warwick Prep and Public School and Northampton High School.

An attractive Grade II listed village house in the popular village of Hellidon, with beautifully maintained gardens and fabulous countryside views.

The Cottage has been a much-loved family home for over 50 years, and has been maintained to a good standard throughout. However, it would now benefit from some further updating and modernising with the potential for further extension into the attic space (subject to planning). It would make a very special family home to be lived in and enjoyed for many years.

The entrance hall leads to the sitting room, with ceiling beams and an open fireplace. The dining room has window seats and an open fireplace. The rear hall gives access to the kitchen, with a useful pantry. Adjacent to it is a utility/boot room giving access to the garden. Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom/wc.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms. The master is particularly light and airy and overlooks the gardens. There is also a family bathroom.

The attic room is accessed by a drop-down loft ladder, has a window and offers potential for conversion into additional accommodation, subject to necessary planning.

Gardens & Grounds
The mainly lawned gardens are a very special feature of the property. They are very well maintained, and include lawned areas, with mature borders and beds, and trees and shrubs to provide a peaceful rural haven in which to relax and entertain. The rolling Northamptonshire countryside beyond gives uninterrupted views over the Shuckburgh Valley.

There are many places to relax, entertain and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. There is also a useful greenhouse/summer house, garage and driveway.

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