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4 Bedroom House for sale in Sir Francis Drake, Gayhurst


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'Sir Francis Drake'

You may have heard of this spectacular historical building as the local public house but its history dates way back to the Elizabethan era. Originally it was the Lodge House for the Gayhurst Estate and is reported to being named 'New Stone Entrance Lodge' The Public house was named after Sir Francis Drake who was given the deeds to Gayhurst house by Queen Elizabeth l in 1581.

The Building was listed Grade ll in 1984 but had already undergone extensions prior to that. It sits on approximately 1/3rd of an acre and is noticed by passers by for its unique twin turrets. The original building is built of 'Ashlar Stone' and has an Original 'Gothic' arched door with Lancet stain glass windows.

The current owners had purchased 'Sir Francis Drake Public house' 24 years ago with the vision of it once again becoming a beautiful family home and over time it has undergone careful conversions ensuring the property retains many of the original features. It has a spacious entrance hallway with a W.C, storage cupboard/pantry, a utility room and a fantastic 18ft Bay fronted living room complimented by an imposing open fireplace. The living room is accessed by both turrets, one turret being the original entrance hallway whilst the other turret has spiral stairs leading to the master bedroom with interconnecting second bedroom/dressing room and then onto the stunning en-suite bathroom. The farmhouse style kitchen opens into the living room with doors leading to the formal dining room. There is a further staircase with an ornate carved balustrade leading to a loft conversion which is now a landing which leads to the family bathroom and two further double bedrooms.

Externally it has parking for numerous vehicles, three garages, a 15ft outbuilding that is currently used as an office/gym all set in private gardens surrounded by hedges and countryside views providing beautiful walks up to the historic Gayhurst estate and St Peters Church, also renowned for its fishing lakes (by permit).

Gayhurst is a historical village between Newport Pagnell and Northampton, it has easy links into Milton Keynes center, Olney and has outstanding rated schools including Stoke Goldington first school and Ousedale upper school.
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***PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED *** Call 01908 794700 for further information ***

'Sir Francis Drake'

You may have heard of this spectacular historical building as the local public house but its history dates way back to the Elizabethan era. Originally it was the Lodge House for the Gayhurst Estate and is reported to being named 'New Stone Entrance Lodge' The Public house was named after Sir Francis Drake who was given the deeds to Gayhurst house by Queen Elizabeth l in 1581.

The Building was listed Grade ll in 1984 but had already undergone extensions prior to that. It sits on approximately 1/3rd of an acre and is noticed by passers by for its u...

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Key Info

  • 'Sir Francis Drake'
  • Original Gatehouse for Gayhurst house
  • Dating back to the Elizabethan times
  • Thoughtfully converted
  • Three/four bedrooms
  • Twin turrets with lancet windows
  • Three reception rooms
  • Gothic Arched front door
  • Grade ll Listed
  • 1/3rd acre with three garages and an outbuilding

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