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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale


Guide Price* £190,000

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*GUIDE PRICE £190,000 to £210,000
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This very attractive end of terrace period stone cottage stands in the heart of the popular north Northamptonshire village of Scaldwell and is in need of some modernisation and refurbishment. The extended accommodation provides three first floor bedrooms and bathroom, a living room, kitchen/breakfast room, store room and cloakroom, together with a barrel vaulted basement cellar. Externally the lawned gardens stand to the side and rear of the property giving scope for further extension, subject to planning permission.

Accommodation -

Entrance Hall - 18'7 x 5'6 (5.66m x 1.68m) - Approached through a panel glazed front door, the hall contains the stairs rising to the first floor with understairs access to the cellar and there are doors leading to:-

Lounge - 10'7 x 10'6 (3.23m x 3.20m) - With an open hearth fireplace with marble hearth and mahogany mantel, this room has a three casement window to the front elevation.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 17'4 x 6'4 (5.28m x 1.93m) - With a mock beamed ceiling, the kitchen area is fitted with floor cabinets with laminated working surfaces and stainless steel sink unit. There is a gas cooker point, a fitted larder cupboard and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. The breakfast area has a window to the rear garden and a door leading to:-

Side Hall - With PVCu double glazed door to the side access there is a walk-in storeroom (5'10 x 2'10) and a door to:-

Separate Wc - With low level close coupled WC and window to front elevation.

Cellar - 16'3 x 10'3 (4.95m x 3.12m) - The barrel vaulted cellar has plaster walls and a concrete floor and there is a power point.

First Floor -

Landing - 8'1 x 5'10 (2.46m x 1.78m) - Approached the straight staircase through a half landing, there is a window to the rear elevation and access to an inner landing passage where there is a boiler cupboard housing the Ideal gas fired boiler. Doors lead to:-

Bedroom One - 13' x 9'7 (3.96m x 2.92m) - A spacious double bedroom with a three casement PVCu window to the front elevation and a walk-in closet which houses the electricity fusebox, some fitted shelving and a roof void access hatch.

Bedroom Two - 9' x 5'11 (2.74m x 1.80m) - With a two casement window to the front elevation.

Bedroom Three - 7'9 x 5'7 (2.36m x 1.70m) - With a two casement window to the rear elevation, this room also contains an electric night storage radiator.

Bathroom - 7'2 x 5' (2.18m x 1.52m) - Comprising a white suite of panelled bath with mixer tap/shower attachment over, pedestal wash basin and WC. There are ceramic tiled splash areas and a two casement window to the rear elevation.

Outside - A side pedestrian gate gives access to a walkway at the side of the cottage where there is also a low level brick built storage barn with gravelled terrace behind. A concrete path leads to a small terrace at the rear of the property and then on to the lawn which stretches away from the cottage and here the garden extends to a depth of approximately 45 feet. The garden is bounded by close boarded fencing on one side and by established red brick walls to the other side and to the rear.

Services - Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from an Ideal combination gas fired boiler installed in 2014. There are TV and telephone connections, continuation of which are subject to the usual supplier regulations. (None of these services has been tested).

Local Amenities - Scaldwell has a wide variety of village based social activities revolving around the village hall and social club. There is also a village church, two tennis courts, a playing field and children's playground. Nearby Brixworth has local shops, public houses, primary schooling, garages and a doctor's surgery. Brixworth Country Park provides cycling, sailing and other recreation opportunities. Main line railway stations are available at both Northampton and Kettering into Euston and St. Pancras.

Council Tax - Daventry District Council - Band C
AWA Water Charge

Buyer's Administration Charge - The Buyer's Administration Charge for this property is £750 plus VAT (£900).

Price Information - *Guides are provided as an indication of each seller's minimum expectation. They are not necessarily figures which a property will sell for and may change at any time prior to the auction. Each property will be offered subject to a Reserve (a figure below which the Auctioneer cannot sell the property during the auction) which we expect will be set within the Guide Range or no more than 10% above a single figure Guide.

How To Get There - Proceed in a northerly direction along the A508 Harborough Road through Kingsthorpe and in to open countryside passing the villages of Boughton and Pitsford. Continue along the A508 and at Brixworth Country Park roundabout carry straight on onto the bypass heading to the north of Brixworth. At the next roundabout turn right signposted to Scaldwell. On entering the village bear left into the High Street and continue straight on where Plum Cottage stands on the left hand side.

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