The New Inn
High Street, Thornborough, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 2DF
- Grade II listed 16th century cottage with character features
- Five bedrooms
- Two en suite shower rooms, family bathroom
- Three reception rooms
- Detached two bedroom annexe
- Garage, parking, 140 ft. of roadside frontage
- Royal Latin School catchment
- Village location
A Grade II listed 16th century five bedroom detached property with a two bedroom detached two storey annexe, a garage, parking and garden, in the village of Thornborough.
The New Inn is a former public house and is believed to date back to the 16th century. It has a roof of old tiles, is rubble stone to the ground floor, and is timber framed to the first floor with brick infill. Character features include two staircases, two fireplaces and exposed beams, brick and stonework. The ground floor accommodation in the main house includes an entrance hall, three reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room. The five bedrooms - two of which have an en suite shower room - are on the first floor together with a family bathroom. The detached annexe has a kitchen, sitting room and cloakroom as well as the two bedrooms and a Jack and Jill shower room. The garden is laid to lawn and has a range of mature planting. The garage is detached and there is parking for up to five cars.
The New Inn has character features which include fireplaces and exposed beams, brick and stonework. There is also a detached two storey annexe which has a sitting room, a kitchen, a cloakroom, and two bedrooms which share a Jack and Jill shower room. The garden is laid principally to lawn and has a range of mature planting.
The village of Thornborough has a church dating back to 1237 and a medieval bridge dating back to the 14th century. It is surrounded by countryside providing opportunities for walking and riding. There is also a public house, an infant school which is rated Outstanding by Ofsted, a village hall, a sports field and a cricket club. Thornborough is in the catchment area for the Royal Latin (grammar) School in Buckingham.