Main Street, Badby, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11

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Bedrooms: 4
Four bedroom detached period stone and brick cottage located towards the edge of the village. Constructed of white painted stone and brick beneath a slate roof with gas fired heating to radiators and wooden double glazed windows. The property offers well-proportioned character accommodation arranged on three floors with latched internal doors and exposed ceiling beams on each floor. On the ground floor there are two separate reception rooms, both of which feature fireplaces with wood burners. The dining room has a flagstone floor. The kitchen incorporates a utility area and breakfast area with a tiled floor. It is fitted with a range of base and eye-level wooden units arranged on two walls with oak worktop surfaces and a Belfast sink. Fitted appliances include a range cooker and dishwasher. On the first floor there are three generous bedrooms and a family bathroom, all located off the landing. The largest bedroom has fitted wardrobes. The bathroom has a white suite with a separate shower and a roll top bath. On the second floor is the fourth bedroom, currently used as a playroom with exposed purlins and rafters and also a shower room.


The front entrance is beneath a canopy porch. An enclosed courtyard garden is located to the side of the property and is fully enclosed by walling and fencing. Facing to the south, the garden is laid partly to a paved terrace and also with an artificial grassed area. The is also a built-in bbq oven, external lighting and a fitted 'sun sail' and timber pergola providing shelter. There is also bin store.


Badby Village is situated near the source of the River Nene. The nearby Badby Woods are famous for their bluebells in spring, which is private land and part of the Fawsley Estate, but is open to all visitors to enjoy. Badby village has a community primary school taking children up to the age of 11 as well as two churches; The Badby United Reformed Church and St Marys The Virgin - Badby Parish Church. The local railway stations are Long Buckby, Rugby and Banbury providing services into London/Birmingham. Badby is well served with an excellent public house, serving food and activities within the village include film, music, and photography societies, art group, Pilates and Zumba classes and WI. More amenities can be found in Banbury, Daventry and Northampton. From Banbury there is access to the M40 (Jct 11). There is a good choice of state and independent schools in the area and sporting facilities include golf at numerous courses including Staverton, Daventry, Farthingstone and Church Bampton.

Detached Cottage

Dining Room

Sitting Room

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Four Bedrooms

Family Bathroom

Courtyard Garden

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