Tudor Yard, Banbury

Tudor Yard

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Reception Room

2 bedroom apartment for sale

  • Reference Number 8083_S63245
  • Agent Stanbra Powell Banbury
  • Agent Number 01295221100

Guide price £250,000

About this property

Apartment 5

First floor two bedroom duplex apartment.

Living/dining room| Kitchen/breakfast room| Study area | Two double bedrooms | Shower room

Introducing Tudor Yard, a truly spectacular and historic development of 7 individual apartments situated in Banbury market place.

This stunning restoration has been meticulously designed blending 16th century features with a modern contemporary feel. A project that has carefully combined history with modernisation. The building boasts a Grade 2 star listing, one of only 2 buildings in Banbury to have been deemed so historically significant.

Access to Tudor Yard is through an impressive bespoke cast iron gate, where you will find a beautifully landscaped and illuminated courtyard with its natural sandstone paving and striking Acer tree.

Each apartment is unique, each one with its own character and charm. Expect high quality individual kitchens with integral appliances, traditional bathrooms and modern light fittings surrounded by original windows and staircases,  exposed brickwork, original timbers and internal doors dating back to the 19th and early 20th century.

From surviving the great fire of 1628 to being kept by the Robins family as an ironmongers for nearly 100 years, Tudor Yard now offers spectacular modern living with charm and character executed to the highest standard.

Apartment 5

First floor two bedroom duplex apartment.

Living/dining room| Kitchen/breakfast room| Study area | Two double bedrooms | Shower room

Entrance hallway: Accessed via solid hardwood door. Limed oak flooring. Elmwood staircase with Jacobean splat balustrade with modern glass panels, the staircase is original and approximately 500 years old.  Study area with radiator. Telephone intercom system.  Exposed beams. 

Kitchen/breakfast room: Original 500 year old window with secondary glazed unit.  Limed oak flooring.  Range of integrated handle base and eye level units.  Bonded Fenix worktop.  Tiled marble splashback.  Built-in appliances including sink unit with Swan neck tap, oven, four ring electric hob, extractor, washer/dryer and fridge.  Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Good size storage cupboard also housing electric fuse box. 

Living/dining room: Limed oak flooring.  Large restored single glazed sash window with secondary glazed unit.  Radiator. Exposed beams.  Georgian Apothecary cabinet with multiple drawers and storage shelves ideal for TV set up. 

Landing:  Original Elmwood flooring.  Restored single glazed sash window with secondary glazed unit.  Airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Exposed beams including part of the A frame from the original building.

Bedroom one: Double bedroom with exposed beams.  Radiator.  Restored sash single glazed window with secondary glazed unit.

Bedroom two:  Double bedroom with Velux window. Radiator.  Good size storage cupboard.

Shower room: White suite comprising of low level WC, wash handbasin with built-in storage drawer underneath and double shower cubicle with Bar shower.  Heated towel rail.  Porcelain tiled floor and splashback areas.  Exposed beams.  Velux window.

The development can be accessed via secure steel gates made by Little Newsham Forge, a gold medal award winning blacksmith. Taking inspiration from the Banbury town crest and historic connection to ironmongery they have created an impressive entrance that sets the tone for the rest of the development. 

Upon entering you walk through a covered passage with Sandstone paving and exposed stone and brickwork. A solid hardwood door gives access to flats 2,3 and 4. Through then to the main courtyard which is extremely private with a large steel staircase with oak bannisters leading to flats 5,6 and 7.  Bike storage for up to 18 bikes. Larchwood built bin storage.  

The courtyard has sandstone paving right through with various Corten steel planters including a beautiful Acer tree as the centrepiece of the outside space.  Surrounding the courtyard is mainly exposed brickwork and Hornton stone with some rendering. The space is well illuminated with two Corten pillars at the base of the stairwell as well as wall mounted lighting. Meter cupboards can be found in a small passageway that also provides a separate gated access to the market place.

Agents Note
The properties will benefit from 6 year Professional Consultants Certificates. The whole property has had a wood treatment with a 20 year guarantee.
The leaseholds are normally 125 years. The ground rent is nil, it will remain nil during the lease. The service charge will be 1/9th of the buildings insurance and maintenance of the buildings shell and 1/7th of costs of maintaining the courtyard and communal areas of the flats.
The service charge will be in the region of £1000 per annum.  There should be very little maintenance required to the main building at this point as everything is newly done.   The breakdown is roughly as follows;
Insurance £250 Maintenance £500-600
Power £200
Sinking fund £100 (for any future works required)
Between the service charge and the ground rent it should be about £100 per month in cost.
In terms of the maintenance the communal parts will be cleaned,   the bins and yards will be maintained etc,  plus ensure that the communal parts stay in decoratively good order.

Parking permit available, subject to further discussion.


Key Features

Tudor Yard, Banbury
  • Individual apartment
  • Landscaped courtyard
  • Two bedroom duplex
  • Character features with exposed beams



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