Edgewood, Brackley, Northamptonshire, NN13

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
Constructed of brick beneath a tiled roof with four chimney-stacks, tiled fascias and bay windows. The property has UPVC double glazed windows and gas fired heating to radiators. Having been sympathetically modernised, Golden Furlong retains many period features including open fireplaces, wooden flooring, lead light windows, an oak dogleg staircase and a solid oak front entrance door. The property offers all the convenience of modern family living, ideal for entertaining and the potential for ancillary accommodation.

On the ground floor, a spacious entrance hall with a ceramic tiled floor provides access to ground floor accommodation. The sitting room features a brick open fireplace and engineered oak flooring. There is a separate dining room and office/gym which offers scope to be converted into ancillary accommodation. The kitchen/breakfast room is located to the rear of the property and has an open plan layout with tiled flooring extending into the family room with bi-folding doors to the patio and rear gardens. The family room has a gas fire and a bay window with window seats overlooking the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room features a large central island with granite work surface and breakfast bar. The kitchen is fitted with a range of shaker style units with an inset dual fuel range cooker, Butler sink, drinks and crockery pantry cupboard as well as a larder. On the first floor, two of the six bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms. The principal bedroom has a dressing room with fitted wardrobes and the guest bedroom has a red brick fireplace with chimney breast. The remaining four bedrooms are served by a family bathroom with a four-piece suite including a freestanding bath tub.


The property is set behind brick walling with brick piers and leads to a private block paved driveway with parking for several vehicles. Detached timber framed garage and adjacent shed. The rear garden is enclosed by walling and is principally laid to lawn with mature trees providing a good level of privacy. The gardens and complemented by well-stocked flowering borders with a range of plants, shrubs and a variety of mature trees. There is a large paved terrace providing a seating area with steps to a raised terrace leading to an outdoor, heated and tiled swimming pool (measuring approximately 37 ft. x 15 ft). The pool is heated via an air-source heat pump.


The South Northamptonshire town of Brackley lies between Banbury in North Oxfordshire and the county town of Buckingham. The town prospered during the 18th and 19th centuries as an important stopping off point on the Oxford - Northampton coaching route. Several inns can still be seen in the town centre. Today the town is centered around the Market Place and High Street, with the focal point being the free standing Town Hall built in 1706 for the first Duke of Bridgewater. The town offers many facilities including Supermarkets, Doctors, Dentists, Schooling and Leisure Centre. Further facilities can be found in Banbury. The town is conveniently located for the A43 dual carriageway providing access for the M1 and M40 motorways. Railway services can be found at Banbury and Bicester (London Marylebone).

1920's Arts & Crafts House

Six Bedrooms

Four Reception Rooms

Three Bathrooms

Established gardens - 0.38 of an acre

Outdoor heated swimming pool

Private Driveway and Garage

Annexe Potential

Additional Information

Services; Mains Water, Gas, Electricity and Drainage

Broadband Swish Fibre (up to 1Gbps)

01295 367838

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