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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Bugbrooke Road, Kislingbury, Northamptonshire, NN7

Sold STC £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Early 19th century detached property
  • Six double bedrooms, two bathrooms
  • Three reception rooms
  • Detached offices/workshops
  • Courtyard garden
  • Annexe potential
  • Catchment for Campion School, Bugbrooke
  • Off road parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An early 19th century stone built six bedroom detached former farm house with converted outbuildings in the village of Kislingbury. This property has accommodation in excess of 3,400 sq. ft. and retains much of its original period character in features such as the original wrought iron porch, original plasterwork and a restored Victorian greenhouse. A key feature of this property is the former stables building to the rear, which has been converted into a suite of self contained offices or could be converted to ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary consents.

Situation & Schooling 
Kislingbury has a variety of amenities including public houses, a shop, churches and a primary school (in the catchment area for Campion School, Bugbrooke). The property is within easy access of the M1 and there are main line train stations to London from both Northampton and Milton Keynes. Local private schools include preparatory schools at Spratton and Maidwell, and public schools at Rugby, Oundle, Uppingham, Kimbolton and Stowe and Northampton School for Girls.

Kitchen, Boot Room and Cloakroom 
The kitchen has a range of floor based and wall mounted units, a stainless steel sink and drainer, integral dishwasher and spaces for a range style cooker and a fridge/freezer. There are dual aspect uPVC windows. The boot room has a window to the rear aspect and a door to the courtyard. There is a cloaks area and a two piece cloakroom with a window to the side and a storage cupboard.

First Floor 
Bedroom one has fitted double wardrobes and a sash window to the front. Bedroom two has a sash window to the front and a door to a dressing area/bedroom six. Bedroom three has a sash window to the front and a fitted vanity unit. Steps and a door lead to a dressing area and a three piece Jack and Jill en suite with a window to the rear and a heated towel rail. Bedroom four has a wash basin and a door to the Jack and Jill en suite, and bedroom five has a sash window to the rear. There is a two piece shower room with a storage cupboard and a sash window to the rear. There is a cloakroom with a WC and a window to the side.

The rear courtyard garden is mainly paved with raised flower beds with brick walling and a sun terrace. There is gated access to an area for off street parking and double doors to the outbuilding which has a kitchenette, a cloakroom, an office with an inglenook fireplace and an original bread oven. There is a brick built shed for storage. There is gated access to the front driveway which continues around the side of the property providing off street parking for up to eight cars. There is an original lamppost and a post box. There is a walled boundary to one side, a hedge boundary to the front and an iron gate leading to the footpath to the front door. There are lawned and gravelled areas and a brick built greenhouse/garden room.

There are former stables which are currently used as offices and a garage with storage, which could easily be converted into an annexe subject to the necessary planning consents.

Ground Floor 
An original stained glass door leads to the entrance hall which has a butterfly staircase rising to the first floor with under stairs storage.

Reception Rooms 
The family room has a bay window overlooking the front garden, and there is a stone fireplace with decorative tiling, an inset gas fire, and shelving to either side set into inset arches. The sitting room has a multi-fuel stove and a sash window to the front. There is an archway to a study area with storage cupboards and shelving. There are double doors to the rear courtyard garden. The dining room has an inglenook fireplace with an inset electric fire, an original dresser, a feature window to the study and two windows to the rear aspect.

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15 November 2016

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