The Square, Moreton Pinkney, Northamptonshire, NN11

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
The Old Post House dates back to the 17th Century. Constructed of squared coarsed ironstone with casement wooden windows beneath a tiled roof with oil fired heating to radiators. The property offers substantial and flexible accommodation (with 3,841 square feet of living space) arranged over two floors which has been sympathetically restored with much charm, character and all the convenience for modern family living. On the ground floor, a canopied storm porch opens to a spacious reception hallway featuring an Inglenook fireplace, stairs to a galleried landing and doors to Sitting room with Inglenook fireplace and Study. The kitchen/dining room is located at the rear of the property and has an open plan layout leading into a fabulous family room with woodburner. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and floor units, complemented by granite work surfaces. Fitted appliances include electric Aga, grill, dishwasher and fridge. There is an adjacent utility room and cloakroom. A second entrance at the front of the property opens to a hallway leading to a ground floor bedroom/study and stairs to a first floor living room, bedroom and an en-suite shower room, which lend themselves to be used as ancillary accommodation.

On the first floor, a galleried landing with wood panelled doors gives access to three bedrooms, each served by an en-suite facility.


A canopy porch has flowering borders to each side, set within retaining walling. The rear gardens is enclosed by walling offering privacy and seclusion. A paved terrace adjacent to the property has steps leading to the upper garden, featuring a gazebo and well stocked flowering borders.


Moreton Pinkney is an attractive rural village with direct access to many picturesque footpath walks. There is a parish church, playing fields and village hall which is a hub for numerous clubs and activities including table tennis, bowls and garden club. Schools include primary at Culworth and secondary at Middleton Cheney, independent schools include Beachborough and Winchester House. Further amenities can be found in the market towns of Banbury, Towcester and Brackley with access to the M40 motorway and M1. Train services from Banbury (Marylebone approx. 1 hour), Milton Keynes and Birmingham Airport.

Detached period property

Four Bedrooms

Annexe Potential

Three Reception Rooms

Four En-Suite Shower Rooms

Walled Garden

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