Two bedroom Part-furnished cottage in Eydon £925.00
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Two Bedroom Part-furnished cottage full of character set in the heart of the pretty village of Eydon. £925.00 P.C.M

This property has been recently refurbished throughout for a long term let and is available from mid April

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


The front entrance comes with stunning traditional tiles making the entrance what it deserves.

This leads to a large front sitting room with a traditional open fire to sit on the comfy sofas supplied and idle the hours away.

The kitchen/Dining room is the perfect size to entertain friends and family whilst you sip a glass of wine at the large dining table in the kitchen, and provides a dishwasher to tidy all the dishes away.

There is a separate back room where the utility is, this has a washer/dryer fridge-freezer and the boiler and lots more storage space.

The back door leads you to a private court yard garden where table and chairs are provided to sit and have a glass of wine or a coffee, read a book surrounded by pots of flowers and small garden area with access to get to the front of the house.

The surprise that comes with this cottage is an extra furnished detached annex, this room can cater for many different needs possibly a third bedroom / an office space or somewhere to just sit and read away from the house and comes with a built-in shower room and toilet.
The 1780’s cottage comes with two spacious bedrooms benefitting from built in wardrobes dressing table and fantastic views across the Oxfordshire countryside.

The family bathroom has a modern feel with heated electric towel rail for all year-round use, and a shower over the bath.

Eydon, in my opinion, must be one of the most picturesque villages in the county.
Eydon has a fantastic community spirit. Although it is one of Northampton shire'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, and a fish monger that comes once a week.


Pets are very welcome here, and small well-behaved dogs too.
Oil central heating as no gas available in village.

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Viewing highly recommended suitable for a professional person or family,why not come and see for yourself?

For viewings of this beautiful home please call Ruth Curzon on 01327 262647 or mobile 07855040710

WWW.ruthcurzon.co.uk
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