Everdon is a popular rural village within a conservation area within Northamptonshire amidst unspoilt rolling countryside, and yet with accessibility to the local towns of Daventry and Towcester with the usual shopping and leisure facilities. Northampton, Banbury, Rugby and Milton Keynes are regional centres and provide train services to London and the North.
The motorway network can be joined via junction 16 of the M1 motorway and junction 11 of the M40 motorway.
State primary schools can be found at Newnham, Badby and Weedon with secondary schools in Daventry and Towcester. A wide range of private schools in the locality including Bilton Grange at Dunchurch, Winchester House School at Brackley, Spratton, Maidwell, Rugby, Stowe, Bloxham, Tudor Hall, Pitsford, Northampton High School for Girls, Uppingham, Oakham and Kimbolton.
Leisure facilities include golf at Staverton, Farthingstone and Chapel Brampton; motor-racing at Silverstone; sailing at Pitsford or Draycote Water; horse-racing at Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon.
All distances and times are approximate.
Stone House is a very attractive Grade II listed detached property dating back to 1781. It offers a wealth of period features including flagstone floor, open fire places, window seats and exposed beams.
The kitchen/breakfast room offers spacious informal family dining, with a separate snug seating area. There is a range of traditional built in wooden storage cupboards and an Aga, Belfast style sink, built in fridge and space for a dishwasher. There is a four ring Samsung electric hob and electric Zanussi oven. There is space for a larger free standing fridge/freezer.
Leading from here is the family room. This room could also be used as a boot room and has been used before as a Home Office with its own outside access. There are four further spacious reception rooms, including the dining room with double glass doors leading out onto the rear terrace, the drawing room with flagstone floor and inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, and the sitting room with open fire place, Fired Earth floors and access through into the conservatory.
The reception hall has access to two of the five reception rooms and also leads through to the separate utility and wc with direct access onto the rear garden.
On the first floor are two spacious bedrooms with wooden floors and window seats overlooking the front gardens. The family shower room is situated between the two. Stairs to the second floor lead to two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside are landscaped front gardens laced with box hedging and gravel pathways leading from the garden gate to the front door. To the side of the property is a gravel drive with shared access arrangements with the neighbour and private parking in front of the house.
To the rear is a large garden with mature trees and shrubs, one side of which has views to the fields of Everdon Hall. There is a terraced seating area ideal for outside entertaining.