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Property Description

Key features

  • Individual Detached House
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Re-Fitted Kitchen
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Just Under Half An Acre

Full description

This very attractive individual detached house is believed to date from the early 20th Century Arts and Crafts period and stands in private lawned gardens of just under half an acre containing a number of fine mature specimen trees. The house has been well maintained and was acquired by the present owner in 1997 and since then improvements have been carried out including the replacement of the windows and re-fitting of the kitchen and bathroom. There are three double bedrooms and three reception rooms, utility and cloakroom. In the late 1990's the owners had planning permission to extend the accommodation however a subsequent application to build a new dwelling on the south side was refused although the owners were encouraged to apply to build on the northern side which gives a stong indication that an application in the future may viewed favorably.

Local Amenities


Within the nearby village of Moulton there is a Post Office, General Stores, Co-op Mini Market, Newsagents, Chemists, Garage and a Doctors Surgery. There is a village recreation ground and a Village Hall, an active WI and the Barn Theatre Amateur Dramatic Group. Local schools include Moulton Primary School in Church Hill and secondary education at Moulton School in Pound Lane. There are also frequent bus services to and from Northampton Town Centre. References to schools should not be taken to mean that the schools mentioned have places available.



Mains drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from a Vaillant combination gas fired boiler also providing the domestic hot water. There are TV and telephone connections, continuation of which are subject to the usual supplier regulations.

Council Tax


Daventry District Council Band - E
AWA Water Charge - per annum

Viewing Arrangements


By prior appointment through Richard Greener Estate Agents



RG 16012012/5997


Reception Hall

3.66m(12'0'') x 2.24m(7'4'')

Approached through a UPVc double glazed front door, the Hall contains the winding staircase rising to the first floor with an understair storage cupboard and there are original panelled doors leading to:


1.88m(6'2'') x 1.68m(5'6'')

With a quarry tiled floor and panelled dado there is a white suite of WC with concealed cistern and half countertop wash basin together with a window to the side elevation.


4.27m(14'0'') x 3.66m(12'0'')

With a five casement bay window overlooking the south facing garden and a further window to the side, the focal point of this room is the fine open hearth fireplace which has an attractive Arts and Crafts slate hearth with an oak mantle. There are TV and wall light points.

Dining Room

4.17m(13'8'') x 3.66m(12'0'')

Also with a five casement bay window overlooking the west facing garden, this room has a picture rail and another original open hearth fireplace with Arts and Crafts tiled hearth and an oak mantle and telephone point.

Breakfast Room

3.40m(11'2'') x 3.35m(11'0'')

With an original quarry tiled floor and a French door opening to the east facing terrace and garden, there is a former fireplace recess, an archway to a side porch and direct access leading to:


4.37m(14'4'') x 3.30m(10'10'')

Fitted with Shaker style floor and floor cabinets with laminated working surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap over, built-in appliances include the Cannon Chichester low level double oven with four place gas hob beneath a concealed cooker hood, twin built-in larder fridges and an automatic dishwasher. There is a ceramic tiled floor, a door to the side elevation and a further door leading to:

Utility Room

2.41m(7'11'') x 1.52m(5'0'')

With plumbing for an automatic washing machine and points for tumble dryer and freezer, this room also houses the Vaillant gas fired boiler and there is a window to the side elevation.

Floor Plan


First Floor Landing

3.66m(12'0'') x 1.45m(4'9'')

With a roof void access hatch and original pine panelled doors leading to the bedrooms as well as a linen cupboard with slatted shelving.

Bedroom One

4.32m(14'2'') x 3.71m(12'2'')

A bright and spacious room with an open hearth fireplace with a fluted surround and tiled hearth, there is a three casement window to the south facing garden and a further window to the west elevation and a TV point.

Bedroom Two

4.47m(14'8'') x 3.40m(11'2'')

With a vaulted ceiling and open hearth cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, this room also has a TV point and a three casement window overlooking the rear garden.

Bedroom Three

3.23m(10'7'') x 3.20m(10'6'')

Another double room with a three casement window to the side elevation, a built-in wardrobe and an open hearth cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, TV point.


1.91m(6'3'') x 1.65m(5'5'')

Comprising a white suite of panelled bath with Triton shower attachment over and glazed screen, pedestal wash basin and WC. There are ceramic tiled splash areas, a panelled dado and a window to the side elevation.

Floor Plan



Four Ways is approached through a five bar gate which opens onto a private gravelled drive giving ample parking space for numerous vehicles adjacent to the house and where there is room for the construction of a garage.



Standing largely to the south, east and west of the house the gardens are largely laid to lawn and bounded by well-stocked flower borders with a variety of mature shrubs and tall mature trees including some fine specimen Lime, Beech and Oak, some of which are subject to a Tree Preservation Order. There are paved terraces, a timber garden store and greenhouse and the lawns stand mostly to the south side of the house and they extend in total to approximately 0.45 of an acre.

How To Get There


From Northampton Town Centre proceed in a north-easterly direction along the A5123 Kettering Road through Kingsley and Spinney Hill and continue into Booth Rise. At the roundabout junction with Talavera Way turn left onto the A43 Kettering Road into Thorpeville. Continue out of the town and take the first turning on the left into Ashley Lane, where the property stands on the right hand side.

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Added on Rightmove:
19 January 2012

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