4 bedroom village house for saleBulwick, NN17
Sold STC £435,000
- Modern stone property situated within a desirable village
- Cul de sac location upon the village out skirts
- South west facing rear garden
- Garden office, garage and parking for 5/6 cars
- Large L shape kitchen/dining/family room
- En suite shower/Wc to main bedroom
- Utility room and cloakroom/Wc
- Village pub and shop
A modern, stone built village property with large kitchen/dining/family room. Garden office and double garage.
* Canopy porch * Reception hall * Sitting room * Snug * Kitchen/dining/family room * Utility room * Cloakroom/Wc * Landing * Main bedroom * En suite shower/Wc * Three further bedrooms * Family bathroom * Gardens to front and rear * Parking for 5/6 cars * Garage and garden office *
Location: Bulwick is an attractive, rural village that evolved around the estate of Bulwick Hall. The village is a conservation area centred around the beautiful church of St. Nicholas and there are many period properties, constructed in local stone with traditional thatched or Collyweston slate roofs. Within the village is a shop and a popular public house, The Queen's Head. There are footpaths and bridleways providing access to the gently rolling countryside that surround Bulwick, and several wooded areas locally, all part of Rockingham Forest. There historic market towns of Oundle and Stamford provide excellent shopping and leisure facilities. There is a good choice of private and state schools in the vicinity, from primary to senior level. Peterborough to the East and Kettering and Corby to the South, each provide the services of major conurbations, as well as main line travel to London with journey times from 50mins.
This modern family home is situated towards the outskirts of a popular conservation village within a cul de sac of half a dozen detached properties. The property benefits from rural views across the village to the parkland beyond. The rear elevation is orientated to the south west, so is well sited to benefit from the available sunshine. The accommodation revolves around the traditional large reception hall with part galleried landing above. There is a sitting room with open fire, good size snug and large dining room that has been knocked through to the kitchen to create a substantial "L" shape kitchen/dining/family room reflecting the modern family lifestyle. From the kitchen area is a utility room and cloakroom/Wc.
To the first floor the main bedroom has an en suite shower/Wc, there are three further bedrooms and a large family bathroom. Outside the front garden is open plan, the rear garden is fully enclosed and there is ample off road parking. A double garage has been in part converted to create a useful office/playroom.
Canopy Porch: Entrance door to the reception hall:
Reception Hall: Traditional format providing access to all principal rooms with the floor plan echoed on the part galleried landing above. Under-stairs cloaks cupboard. Ceramic tiled floor through to the kitchen. Stairs with half landing and barley twist balustrade rise to the first floor.
Sitting Room: Stone fireplace with granite hearth and cast iron insert. Windows to the front aspect and part glazed double doors onto one of the external seating areas.
Snug/Family Room: Window to the rear. A pair of part glazed double doors to the side.
Dining Room: A good size room with a pair of windows overlooking the rear garden. This room has been knocked through to the kitchen/breakfast room in order to create a substantial kitchen/dining/family room to suit the modern life style. The door from the reception hall remains, consequently the room could revert to the original format with limited work.
Kitchen/Living/Dining Room: The kitchen is fitted with a substantial range of units to three walls. There is a window to the front with the stainless steel sink unit below. Further base and high level units provide considerable work and storage space. Integrated appliances include double oven, hob, extractor, dish washer and fridge/freezer. Ceramic tiled floor. Ample space for relaxed seating. Large opening into the dining room.
French window onto an additional paved seating area. Door to the utility room.
Utility Room: Fitted with a matching range of units to include a sink with space below for tumble dryer and washing machine. Space for freestanding fridge/freezer. Wall mounted gas fired boiler. Stable door to the rear garden. Door to the cloakroom/Wc.
Cloakroom/Wc: A white suite comprising Wc and pedestal wash basin. Window to the front aspect.
First Floor Landing: Window to the front with further window from the half landing. Airing cupboard. Access to the loft space. Doors to each of the floor bedrooms and family bathroom.
Bedroom: Window to the front.
Main Bedroom: Built-in wardrobes to one wall. Window to the rear with views across the village to the parkland beyond. Door to the en suite shower/Wc.
En Suite Shower/Wc: Shower cubicle with mains shower unit, Wc with concealed cistern and wash basin inset to a vanity unit with cupboards under. Extensive tiled splash areas and ceramic tiled floor. Sky-light to rear.
Family Bathroom: A large room comprising shower cubicle with mains shower unit, Wc, panel bath and pedestal wash basin.Sky-light to the rear. Extensive tiled splash areas. Ceramic tiled floor.
Bedroom: Window to the rear.
Bedroom: Windows to both the front and side aspects.
Outside: To the front the garden is mostly open plan being predominately lawn with a selection of maturing shrubs and plants. To the western gable lies the gated block paved drive; this provides off road parking for 5/6 cars and leads to the garage. The drive is separated from the rear garden by a stone wall and gate.
The double garage contains an office conversion to one side. Access is currently via one operating up & over electric door and a personnel door to the garden. There is eaves storage.
The Office within the garage has a window to the side, an ideal opportunity to work from home or for use as a playroom.
The rear garden benefits from the available sunshine as the rear elevation of the property faces to the south west. The garden is mostly lawn with two paved seating areas to the gable ends. Being fully enclosed by stone walls and mature hedge.
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