Property Description

Four Bedroom Detached Property For Sale In Upper Boddington
Number14 Townsend Lane is a four bedroom stone property with a secluded garden, situated in the popular West Northamptonshire village of Upper Boddington.
This character property was built over two hundred years ago, originally as two cottages. It was converted into one large house in the early 1960’s and offers spacious accommodation throughout.
If you are seeking a substantial property, in a rural village, with lots of potential to make it your own, then this could be the one for you.
To fully appreciate all that this fabulous property has to offer, please call the friendly team at Campbells to book your viewing slot.
You enter the property into a light and welcoming hallway where you will be immediately struck by the charm that this property exudes.
Lovers of period properties will immediately fall in love with the gorgeous sitting room, with windows to the front and rear providing plenty of natural light, with the stunning open fireplace providing the focal point of the room.
The kitchen has a country cottage feel about it but is modern and contemporary, with a range of integrated appliances complemented by an array of fitted units and a granite work top.
A glazed door allows the daylight in and opens onto the back of the property and the delightful rear garden. Meandering back along the hallway will lead you to a cosy dining room. This room also has an open fireplace, in addition to exposed beams, providing a perfect setting for entertaining friends and family.
A panelled door opens through to the Boot Room that also doubles up as a useful utility space. There are doors to this room at the front and rear of the property, particularly handy if you have dogs and are returning home after a muddy walk, or if you have been doing a spot of gardening.
The ground floor living space is completed by virtue of a downstairs shower room, comprising an enclosed shower cubicle, a low level WC and wash hand basin.
The stairs lead from the hallway and take you to the first floor where you will discover four bedrooms and a family bathroom.
All the rooms on this floor are connected by a long landing with two large windows providing views over the garden and beyond.
The main bedroom is huge, measuring circa 200 sq ft. This fabulous bedroom is dual aspect and benefits from fitted wardrobes on both sides. There is also a vanity unit with built in wash basin, so with plumbing in situ, and so much space available, if you wished to create an en-suite facility, this should be easily accomplished.
Bedroom two is another generous sized double room, also benefitting from fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom three is also a sizeable double bedroom, though in recent years this has been utilised as a study and it is perfect for this purpose.
Bedroom four is the smallest of the bedrooms but could accommodate a double bed if needed. If not, it would be a spacious single room or great nursery or indeed, a second home office, which the current owner uses it for.
The family bathroom provides a four-piece suite with WC, hand basin, panelled bath and bidet.
Whilst there is so much to admire about the inside of 14 Townsend Lane, you will be equally enamoured with the outside space.
A number of years ago, the owners had solar panels installed on the roof at the front of the property, so they contribute to reducing the cost of the utility bills.
Immediately opposite the front door is a dedicated parking area, providing space to park two cars with comfort. Should you require more, then there is ample space to park another car immediately in front of the garage doors.
The single garage has double doors to the front and has light and power fitted. There is also a single door at the back of the garage, providing easy access to and from the garden. Subject to planning permission, if you felt you needed additional living space, there is obvious potential to convert the garage and to also build above it.
The aforementioned rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn, with a rockery area providing a space to sit and relax when the sun is shining. In addition to the garage, there is a great sized outhouse attached at the far end of the property, providing some very useful additional storage space.
Whilst I hope the above has provided a clear insight in to all that the property has to offer, I am sure you will be keen to learn a little about living in the village of Upper Boddington.
This Northamptonshire village lies on the Southern reaches of the county and on the borders of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. Located approximately 8 miles from Daventry, 10 miles from Banbury and 16 miles from Leamington Spa, it forms part of the parish of Boddington, along with Lower Boddington, a smaller settlement to the south.
Despite the very rural, peaceful feel of the village, access to the major commuter networks is close by. The M40, M1 and A5 all being within easy reach. Banbury Railway Station is just 15 minutes’ drive away, with direct trains to London arriving in just under an hour.
It’s a fantastic place to live with lots to do for all ages. For kids, the park at the Cowper Field is a real draw with its play equipment and bike trails, and with the sailing club at Boddington reservoir, horse riding, clay-pigeon shooting, and tennis locally, there’s no shortage of things to do.
Just a very short stroll to the top of Townsend Lane and along London End you will find ‘The Plough Inn,’ the charming, thatched village pub that has been at the centre of the Boddington community for generations.
The village hall has lots of activities too, from ballet and exercise classes, Badminton, Friday Café, film club and community Post Office.
There’s a wealth of green space locally, with truly stunning walks straight from the front door including the Millennium Way, long distance footpath.
There are nursery schools and kindergartens in the neighbouring villages of Byfield and Chipping Warden both just five minutes’ drive away. Upper Boddington has its own long established pre-school and Primary School, whilst there is also an excellent Catholic Primary School in Aston-Le-Walls.
There are secondary schools in Middleton Cheney and Southam (with free school bus to and from the village) and a host of Independent Schools such as Princethorpe College, Tudor Hall, Warwick School, Rugby School and Bloxham School all within a 30 minute drive.
TENURE: Freehold
4.81m x 4.28m (15’9″ x 14’1”) (max)
3.86m x 3.10m (12’’8” x 10’2”) (max)
3.86m x 3.37m (12’8’’ x 11’1’’) (max)
4.22m x 3.46m (13’’10” x 11’4”) (max)
4.84 x 4.20m (15’10” x 13’9”) (max)
3.75m x 2.90m (12’4” x 9’6”)
3.75m x 2.43m (12’4’’ x 8’0’)
2.06m x 3.59m (6’9’’ x 11’9’’)
4.82m x 3.41m (15’10’’ x 11’2’’)
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Property Features

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Solar Panels
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Boot Room
  • Character Features Throughout
  • Off Road Parking
  • Fantastic Potential
  • Single Garage
  • Friendly Village Location

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