One bedroom Annex available in Eydon all inclusive £650.00
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One bedroom furnished annexe in the beautiful village of Eydon, £650.00 P.C.M.
All bills are included and is available from the 21st of October 2019.

The Annex is part of a traditional cottage, it’s located in the heart of the village which is tucked away in the Northamptonshire Countryside.

Seeking a professional person to rent this lovely home. A fun person, over the age of 28 years old, to take this annexe and must not be allergic to cats.

Separate entrance through front door leading into the new kitchen which has built in cupboards a Belfast sink two electric hobs and a Combination microwave with oven and a Grill and utility area with a washing machine.

The Lounge has a country feel to it and is fully furnished.

Jack and Jill Stairs leading upstairs to a peaceful bedroom with a double bed and an En-suite bathroom and shower.

Garden will be shared with the owner, a delightful lady who’s a professional musician,

Parking available close to annex.

No pets must like cats.

Eydon, in my opinion, must be one of the most picturesque villages in the county.

Being built in the 1700’s in Northamptonshire Stone you’ll see straight away from the outside the character contained within this property.

Once you make your way through the oak-framed front door, you’ll notice the character continues inside with exposed beams, stone floors and deep window sills typical of this period. And those are just some of the remaining period features.

The garden, full of colour and mature foliage, is neatly tucked away beyond the brick steps and through the gate. The private patio area is perfect for switching off from the stresses and strains of modern life and, in the corner,

Eydon has a fantastic community spirit. Although it is one of Northamptonshire's smaller villages, there’s plenty going on with a variety of local social clubs. The Royal Oak Restaurant is highly regarded locally. Dating back to the 17th Century, it is well worth a visit.

There’s a playing field in the village for the kids, with a football and cricket pitch for the older ones and the younger ones have a play area of their own.

If you fancy stretching your legs, you’ll have plenty of options. If you take a short walk out of Eydon and you could walk along the old Great Central Main Line – don’t worry the line was closed in 1966. If that doesn’t appeal to you, you’ve got plenty of footpaths to explore.

Eydon doesn’t have a village store, but is visited by a local meat and veg van during the week, there’s a village milk delivery service also.

Why not come and see for yourself?


£650.00 All bills are included.

For viewing call Ruth Curzon 01327262647/07855040710

www.ruthcurzon.co.uk

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