Wappenham Road, Helmdon, Brackley, Northamptonshire, NN13


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  • Bedrooms: 5
Dating back to 1735 the property is constructed of natural stone beneath a slate roof. Over the years the property has been updated and extended to provide well-proportioned family

accommodation arranged on three floors. The property combines all the traditional charm and character associated with a property of its era along with the convenience of modern family living. Features of the property include exposed beams, purlins, joists and A Frames; some original Elm doors; wooden double glazed windows and oil fired heating to radiators. There is an Inglenook fireplace with a multi-fuel stove in the dining

room and a wood burning stove in the drawing room. A handmade fitted farmhouse kitchen features an AGA and other fitted appliances including a dishwasher. The family bathroom and

large shower room both have modern white suites.


Helmdon lies on the South Northamptonshire/Oxfordshire borders to the north of Brackley and is a ribbon village, divided by the infant River Tove. Amenities in the village include a public house, primary school and pre-school. The village has numerous social clubs as well as popular annual events. More extensive amenities can be found in the market towns of Brackley and Towcester where you will find supermarkets including Waitrose, pubs, restaurants, a weekly market and boutique shops. A little further afield are the towns of Banbury, Northampton and Milton Keynes.


The property sits gable end to the Wappenham Road with a gated access providing off road parking for several vehicles and a pathway to the main front entrance. There is a delightful walled

garden with deep well stocked flowering borders and a gravelled seating area in the Orchard along with mature trees, shrubs and fruit trees. There is access through to the main garden which is

principally laid to lawn with two sheds, a greenhouse, wildflower and lightly wooded areas, a pond, productive vegetable garden, soft fruit area and further seating places. The garden has fields

on two boundaries and in total circa 0.67 of an acre.

Additional Information

Local Authority – South Northamptonshire Council | Property Tax - Band G | Services – water, electricity, drainage | Tenure – Freehold

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