Hinton-in-the-Hedges, Brackley, NN13

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A detached Grade II Listed stone farmhouse in need of updating and modenisation located on towards the outskirts of the village bordering countryside and standing in walled grounds of of approximately 0.19 of an acre with a detached garage and private drivway parking. The property provides a unique opportunity to add value.

Constructed of stone beneath a slate roof, the property offers split level character accommodation arranged over three floors with adjoining single storey barn. The property has wooden windows and oil fired heating to radiators. Steps to the main entrance open to a hallway with stairs to the first floor and wooden internal doors lead to reception rooms on each side of the hall. Beneath the staircase is a door to a cellar. The sitting room features an inglenook fireplace with open stone fireplace with exposed ceiling beam. The dining room also features an open stone fireplace. Steps lead down to the kitchen which features an oil fired Aga and range of base and eye level wall monted units, island with sink and space for dining furniture. The kitchen leads to the single strorey barn, which provides additional reception space suitable for a variety of uses. On the first floor, doors lead to first floor accommodation and also to the second floor. There are two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The largest bedroom has an en-suite bathroom. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms.


The property has a cobbled driveway providing parking for two to three vehicles with access to a detached garage, carport and workshop. The rear gardens are enclosed by stone walled boundaries and the property. Principally laid to lawn, the gardens are complimented by mature trees including an apple tree. In all, 0.19 of an acre.


Hinton-in-the-Hedges lives up to its name, as it is in an unspoilt and hidden location yet close to the facilities of the market town of Brackley. More comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in Banbury which also has a twice weekly market, the Castle Quay Shopping Centre and Spiceball Leisure Centre. The A43 dual carriageway provides access to both the M40 and M1 motorways. Banbury also has an M40 junction together with a mainline railway station. Bicester also has a railway station for London Marylebone.

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Charming Period Detached House

Lots of Potential

Period Features

Four Bedrooms

Four Reception Rooms

Over 3,000 square feet

In need of modernisation

Walled Gardens

0.19 of an acre

Additional Information

Band F - West Northamptonshire District Council.

01295 367838

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