Upper Green, Moreton Pinkney, Daventry, NN11

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Situated within the heart of this popular Northamptonshire village, Eydon View is a charming character cottage steeped in history. Dating back to the 1860s; the oldest part of the house was originally used as a sewing room for the Canons Ashby Estate and then the village infant school. Added to over the years, it now offers surprisingly spacious accommodation without losing its characteristic charm. The sitting room doesn't lose any of its inviting atmosphere, with an open fireplace, exposed ceiling beams and stone mullion windows. The kitchen and breakfast room has a range of kitchen units with an electric oven, gas hob and extractor. French doors lead directly to the garden, providing a seamless connection between house and garden with a separate utility and pantry. The dining room offers a lovely social space for family gatherings with a garden room to relax throughout the day. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, the principal bedroom offering bespoke fitted wardrobes, an ensuite bathroom with a further family bathroom and separate toilet.


To the front of the property there is driveway parking and access to the garage with an established hedge with climbing roses and jasmine. The rear garden, designed by a landscape architect, is a private space with green boundaries, providing an array of established trees and perennial flower and shrub planting with carefully positioned seating areas to catch the sunlight throughout the day with attractive box hedging framing the adjoining vegetable garden.


Moreton Pinkney is an attractive rural village comprising mainly traditional ironstone houses and cottages, with direct access to many picturesque footpath walks. The village has a parish church and village hall with playing fields, it is a hub for numerous village clubs and activities including table tennis, bowls and garden club. Schools include primary at Culworth and secondary at Middleton Cheney, independent schools include Beachborough and Winchester House. Further amenities can be found at the market towns of Banbury, Towcester and Brackley with access to the M40 motorway and M1. Train services from Banbury (Marylebone approx. 1 hour), Milton Keynes and Birmingham Airport.

Entrance Hall

Sitting Room With Fireplace

Dining Room

Garden Room

Kitchen & Breakfast Room

Utility Room


Four Double Bedrooms

En-suite Bathroom

Family Bathroom

Private Established Garden

Driveway & Garage

Additional Information

Council Tax - West Northamptonshire District Council - Band D (subject to review). Oil Fired Central Heating

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