Oxendon Hall originally dates back to the 17th Century and was remodelled in 1865 when four bays were added to the east elevation. Former uses include private residences a boy’s school and during the 19th century a country retreat for a Liverpool based shipping company.
Fast forward to the beginning of the 21st century and this landmark building was completely transformed into what you see today. Vertically divided into four wings and seven houses, each property has its own entrance, private courtyard, shared use of communal garden and allocated parking. Oxendon Hall has been beautifully restored using traditional materials and craftsmanship. An opportunity to purchase a wing within this prestigious conversion situated in an elevated position in the heart of Great Oxendon, the property combines country living with city styling allowing the flow of contemporary design to blend with traditional materials. Situated to the front of the building, South Wing affords sensational open views to the horizon and has been extensively updated by the current owners.
This property is offered with a furniture package option.
From the moment you enter South Wing you will appreciate the oversized proportions of its period heritage. Step into the Entrance Hall (the original main entrance to the hall) and you are greeted with the cool original flagstone floor with floor to ceiling storage on either side, ideal for storing all outdoor wear. A well-placed cloakroom with bespoke fitments leads off to the left. A glimpse of the kitchen through the glazed internal window is sure to entice. This is no ordinary property.
A solid oak floor leads you down two steps into the spacious Sitting Room with above average ceiling heights and oversized bay windows to the front elevation and a further bay window with glazed door leading out onto the cobbled patio to the side elevation.
The Kitchen has a range of oak base and drawer units with Corian style preparation surface over, newly installed Neff appliances to include induction hob, oven, combination microwave oven and dishwasher.
A doorway leads through to newly fitted Utility Room with stylised storage, ample workspace and space for white goods.
The first floor offers a Master Bedroom suite in which to linger. The view through the bay window to the side and window to the front is captivating and stretches to the horizon across some of Northamptonshire’s countryside. The dressing room offers all one would need and the en-suite shower room is well appointed with its limestone tiled wet room and overhead rainwater shower head with wall mounted fittings, oak panelling to dado height sets of the Vitra sanitaryware with back to wall w.c., and counter top wash hand basin with wall mounted fittings and eight drawer bespoke oak cabinet beneath.
The Second Bedroom sits to the front of the building and once again the view is captivating through its large traditional sash window. Floor to ceiling built in wardrobes provide for all storage and hanging requirements.
A well-appointed En-Suite shower room has a limestone wet room with wall mounted fittings, back to wall w.c., and counter top wash hand basin sat on an oak vanity unit with storage, wall mounted heated towel rail.
Outside to the rear of the hall there is a single garage to the rear of the hall and allocated parking to the front . A private courtyard to the side elevation leading onto a communal formal lawn area, which was historically a croquet lawn.
This leasehold property converted in 2006 was sold with a 999 year lease. A service charge of £125 per month covers external maintenance, window cleaning, gardening and buildings insurance.
There is a furniture option with this property by separate negotiation.