City of London
- 119-121 Park Lane
The Manor is situated at the edge of this popular Northamptonshire village occupying a private secluded spot within 4.8 acres of formal gardens and paddock and is quite rightly listed Grade II, as a home of historical importance. The home is steeped in history with Oliver Cromwell reputed to have stayed here during the English Civil War, the decisive Battle of Naseby was fought close by in 1645. Part of the home is believed to date from the Tudor era but the grand country house has been changed significantly during the Georgian times to offer close to 7,000 square feet of accommodation. The main house has a master bedroom suite, a further 5 bedrooms, with 2 en suites, library, study and family bathroom, whilst the ground floor comprises a reception hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, secondary kitchen, utility room, stunning family room, cloakroom and useful cellar. The current owners have undertaken a meticulous restoration program to build a home fit for 21st Century standards without compromising the historical nature of the building. There is a separate 3 bedroom Coach House that offers a fantastic guest or annexe facility, but currently provides a substantial income with an existing tenancy. There are private formal gardens, fenced paddocks and ample outbuildings, garaging and stables.