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11 bedroom detached house for sale

Huntingdon Road, Thrapston, Northamptonshire, NN14

Under Offer £800,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Grade II listed 17th century mansion
  • Eight bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Six reception rooms
  • Two bedroom annexe
  • Cellar
  • Coach House & double garage
  • No upper chain

Full description

A Grade II listed 17th century stone under tile eight bedroom mansion house with a Georgian facade and Victorian additions and a two bedroom annexe in Thrapston. Belmont Mansion retains many period features including sash windows, cast iron fireplaces, exposed beams, cornicing and flooring. There is accommodation of 6,537 sq. ft. including a two bedroom late Victorian self-contained annexe that was once the doctor’s surgery. There are mature private walled gardens, a summer house, a coach house and a detached double garage. The property is for sale with no upward chain.


Ground Floor 
An original hardwood door opens into the entrance hall which has tessellated flooring, a return staircase to the first floor, French doors to the conservatory, and an under stairs cupboard. The rear hall has a two piece cloakroom and stairs to the cellar which has a wine store and areas for storage.

Reception Rooms 
The drawing room has Georgian sash windows, some with shutters. There are panelled walls, wood flooring and a fireplace with an electric fire, painted surround and a wooden mantle. The sitting room has Georgian sash windows to the front with cupboards below, a cast iron fireplace with a gas coal effect fire, a tiled hearth and a wooden surround. The conservatory has double doors to the garden, wood effect flooring, and a glazed roof. The breakfast room has wood effect flooring and an electric fire with a tiled hearth and a brick surround. There is a door to the annexe and to the cellar. The study has wood effect flooring, fitted shelving, and a storage cupboard.

Kitchen and Dining Room 
The kitchen has a tiled floor, a range of wooden units with granite work surfaces, a cupboard for a fridge, an Aga, a double butler sink, an integral dishwasher, space for a range cooker, and a stable door to the side garden. An archway leads to the dining room which has French doors leading to the side garden and an arched window overlooking the rear garden. The utility room has a range of fitted units and a window to the side.

First Floor Bedrooms & Bathrooms 
The landing has a sash window to the rear and the stairs continue to the second floor. The master bedroom has original Georgian sash windows to the front, a dressing area with fitted wardrobes, and a fully tiled four piece en suite bathroom including a roll top free standing claw foot bath and a window to the front. Bedroom two has original Georgian windows to the front, and a cast iron fireplace. Bedroom three has an Arts and Crafts cast iron fireplace and windows to two sides. The bathroom has a three piece suite with a shower over the bath. There is a tiled floor, timber half panelling, and a window to the side.

Further First Floor Bedrooms 
The rear landing has secondary stairs to the ground floor and to the second floor. Bedroom four has a Victorian cast iron fireplace, a cupboard and a window overlooking the garden. There is a separate WC with a storage cupboard. Bedroom five has a Victorian cast iron fireplace with tiled inserts and a wooden surround. There is a sash window overlooking the garden and a connecting door to bedroom six which is currently used as a games room and has a 1920s tiled fireplace, sash windows to three sides, and a walk in safe. Bedroom seven has a range of fitted wardrobes, a window overlooking the garden and is currently used as a study.

Second Floor 
The stairs from the main landing lead to a hallway which has exposed beams and a window overlooking parkland. Bedroom eight has exposed beams and a window to the front. The bathroom has a tiled floor, exposed beams, an original wooden fireplace with tiled inserts and a four piece white suite with a freestanding roll top bath. The stairs from the rear landing lead to a store and an attic room. The store has laminate flooring and a window to the side. The attic room has a window to the side, original beams, and a washroom area with the original washstands for domestic servants.

Annexe 
The sitting room has sash windows overlooking the side garden, wood effect flooring and a cast iron fireplace with a wooden surround. The kitchen has a range of fitted units, space for two appliances, a fitted oven and gas hob with a cooker hood over and a stainless steel sink. The annexe dining room/entrance hall has its own separate entrance and windows overlooking the park. Bedroom one has windows to two sides and a connecting door to bedroom two which has a window to the side and fitted shelving. There is an inner hallway with access to the bathroom which has a three piece suite with a shower over the bath, a tiled floor and a window overlooking the rear garden. The annexe could be used as ancillary accommodation or for business use.

Front Gardens 
The front garden is mostly laid to lawn with wrought iron gates opening onto a stone path to the front door with stone steps and a wrought iron canopy over. The boundary is a dwarf stone wall with iron railings over and a hedge behind.

Side gardens 
The side flagstone patio has a covered area adjacent to the kitchen. There are formal gravelled pathways, lawned areas and box hedges. There is a range of mature trees and shrubs. At the side entrance double electric wooden gates lead to the coach house and a tarmac driveway which continues to a gravelled area in front of the double garage and provides off street parking for at least ten cars. There is a paved and cobbled area with extensive storage and a gate onto Huntingdon Road which allows private access to the annexe. There is an outside WC. The coach house has timber doors and has space to park two cars.

Rear Gardens 
There is a gravelled area with box hedging with a summerhouse. The main garden is mostly laid to lawn with borders to three sides, mature trees and shrubs, a crazy paved area and walled boundaries.

Situation & Schooling 
The market town of Thrapston has many amenities including shops, a supermarket, hotels, doctors and public houses. Kettering is 9 miles away and has most amenities and trains to St. Pancras take 60 minutes. Primary schooling is available in Thrapston and the property is in catchment for Buccleuch Academy in Kettering. Public schooling is available in Wellingborough, Oundle, Uppingham, Rugby and Oakham. Private schooling is available in Spratton, Maidwell, Pitsford and Upton.

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Added on Rightmove:
29 September 2016

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  • Kettering (8.4 mi)
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19 Market Square, Northampton, NN1 2DL

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19 Market Square, Northampton, NN1 2DL

01604 912090 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Kettering (8.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Michael Graham, Northampton

19 Market Square, Northampton, NN1 2DL

01604 912090 Local call rate

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