Three Bedroom Detached Cottage For Sale in Aston-Le-Walls.
Robins Cottage is an attractive three bedroom cottage with a large garden, situated in the heart of the rural village of Aston-Le-Walls and is available to purchase with no onward chain.
We are advertising this home at a guide price and it is therefore up to you to decide what you would like to offer.
Please take your time to have a look at the photos and video and if you would like to arrange a viewing, we are opening Robins Cottage to the public on Saturday 29th August.
Feel free to call the friendly Campbells team to book your appointment.
This unique cottage is oozing with character and is complemented by some unexpected contrasting modern features to provide a charming and exceptionally comfortable place to live.
Whilst there is a door at the front of the cottage, the current owners generally use the door at the rear to access the property.
Having strolled along the garden path, you enter the cottage via a very spacious utility room with tiled flooring and fitted with an electric velux window – equipped with a rain sensor! In addition, there is a very useful sink and work surface.
To the left hand side of the utility area is a very well positioned WC with modern fittings, particularly handy for guest use or when coming in from the garden.
Turning right, you enter the delightful kitchen/breakfast room. This spacious room benefits from plenty of natural daylight and is wonderfully equipped with a mixture of base and wall units, complimented by a continuous work top. The stable door opens on to the patio to create a sort of garden room also.
The ‘wow’ factor has to be the stunning electric Aga, nicely fitted in the centre of this home.
One of the quirky features of Robins Cottage is the door that separates the kitchen from the sitting room, which contains a letter box – possibly related to the time when Robins Cottage was the village shop.
Completing the downstairs accommodation is the sitting/dining room, with carpeted floor and a fireplace with stone surround and log burning stove, particularly cosy during the winter months.
The current owners said that ‘the cottage looks particularly enchanting when adorned with Christmas decorations’ and that is very easy to imagine.
The contemporary enclosed staircase leads to the first floor and to three bedrooms via a wood panelled landing.
The Principal Bedroom is a great size and offers a range of fitted wardrobes and benefits from a lovely en-suite shower room.
There are two further generously sized bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted with modern fittings and sanitary ware.
Whilst the living accommodation exudes charm and character, the outside space is also fabulous.
The large and well cared for garden provides a mixture of lawn, an ‘old box’ hedge down one side, some gorgeous hydrangeas and a range of mature plants and shrubs.
The courtyard provides an ideal place for alfresco dining or for some quiet time to relax and unwind.
Between the courtyard and garden sits the spacious garage with double door access from both the front and the rear. This space provides a huge range of options: garden storage, home office, workshop or studio and provides obvious potential for an extension if desired.
Aston-Le-Walls is a very quiet rural village with a population of circa 300 residents. Whilst it sits in the county of Northamptonshire, it is only a couple of miles away from the borders of both Oxfordshire and Warwickshire, an area that some locals refer to as ‘Banburyshire’!
Whilst based in peaceful surrounds, Aston-Le-Walls is just a ten minutes drive from the market town of Banbury and a one hour train journey to London.
There is also easy access to both the M1 and M40, whilst the towns of Daventry, Warwick, Leamington Spa and Rugby are all nearby.
Aston-Le-Walls has a fabulous community spirit and offers an excellent primary school, together with both Catholic and Church of England Churches.
There is also access to numerous rural pursuits, with riding stables, clay pigeon shooting grounds and fishing waters all on the doorstep.
The village of Byfield is just 2 miles away and offers a doctors surgery, petrol station, Co-op, Post Office, tennis club, cricket club and bowls club.
If you enjoy a visit to a country pub – you are spoilt for choice, with most of the surrounding villages, such as Chipping Warden, Lower Boddington, Upper Boddington, Culworth, Eydon, Hellidon and Priors Marston all providing some excellent drinking and dining options.
- Character Features
- Friendly Village Location
- Large Garden
- No Onward Chain
- Nicely Presented
- Close To Major Road & Rail Networks
- Opportunity For Extension
- Exceptionally Spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Area
- En-suite To Principal Bedroom
- Key Available To View