Woodford Halse provides a host of local facilities whilst the local towns of Banbury, Brackley, Towcester and Daventry offer a wider range of shopping and leisure facilities. There is excellent access to the M40 and M1 motorways.
Barnfield House is a traditional stone barn converted into an interesting house of character around 1990. The spacious hall has double doors into the sitting room and dining room. There is a well fitted kitchen. The first floor master bedroom is split level and has exposed beams. There are two further bedrooms. The cottage is attached to the main house and comprises sitting room, office and fitted kitchen on the ground floor and two bedrooms over. There is a terrace to the front of the house and a sizeable gravelled courtyard beyond.
On the western side of the courtyard there are 4 stables and a grooming/wet box with door to a concrete yard which leads to the paddocks. On the eastern side there are two further stables and a tack room. The steel-framed agricultural barn lies behind the house with a generous parking area. The barn contains 5 stables and provides ample general-purpose space. There is a 4 horse Claydon horse-walker and a manège measuring about 50 x 30 metres with a rubber surface. There are 5 level paddocks.
House For SaleBarnfield House and Cottage, Grants Hill Way, Woodford Halse, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11
Guide price £1,350,000
A compact equine package with house, cottage, stables and manège, set in about 5.53 acres.
- House - hall, sitting room, dining room
- Kitchen, pantry, utility room
- 3 bedrooms, bathroom
- Cottage - hall, office, sitting room
- Kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom
- Stabling - 6 loose boxes, tack room, wash box
- Courtyard to the south
- Garden to the north
- Steel-framed agricultural barn with 5 stables
- Parking area
- Claydon horse-walker
- Manège (about 50 x 30 m) with rubber surface
- In all about 5.53 acres (2.24 hectares)