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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Brixworth

Guide Price* £190,000

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FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON 24th NOVEMBER 2016
AT THE HILTON HOTEL, COLLINGTREE, NORTHAMPTON
*GUIDE PRICE £190,000 to £205,000
VIEWING: SATURDAY (19/11 - 11.00 to 11.30am)
This fine modern semi detached three bedroomed house has been refurbished by the present owner and maintained in very good order throughout and stands in gardens of approximately one tenth of an acre on the far western outskirts of the village of Brixworth. The spacious interior includes reception hall, living room, kitchen and breakfast room, together with a utility room, store room and cloakroom and on the first floor there are three bedrooms and a modern fitted bathroom. The lawned gardens provide ample room for extension to the side and rear, subject to planning permission.

Accommodation -

Entrance Hall - 11'2 x 6' (3.40m x 1.83m) - Approached through a PVCu front door beneath a canopy porch, the hall contains the stairs rising to the first floor, has a coved ceiling and beech laminate flooring. There is an understairs storage cupboard and a panel glazed door leads to:-

Lounge - 13'8 x 12'7 (4.17m x 3.84m) - With a coved ceiling and an open hearth fireplace with a gas living flame fire with mantel and marble hearth, there is a three casement windows overlooking the rear garden. A doors leads to:-

Breakfast Room - 8'6 x 8'1 (2.59m x 2.46m) - With a ceramic tiled floor, this room has floor and wall cabinets with laminated working surfaces and a picture window and glazed door opening to the rear garden. An archway leads to:-



Kitchen - 10'5 x 8'5 (3.18m x 2.57m) - The kitchen can also be approached from the entrance hall and has a stainless steel sink unit with floor cabinets and laminated working surfaces, as well as a breakfast bar and a Kenwood range cooker with low level oven and five place gas hob beneath a suspended cooker hood. There is space for a fridge, a window to the front elevation and a door leading to:-

Side Hall - 7'11 x 3'7 (2.41m x 1.09m) - With PVCu door to the garden and further doors to:-

Store Room - 7'9 x 7' (2.36m x 2.13m) - With a PVCu window to the rear elevation.

Utility Room - 4'11 x 4'11 (1.50m x 1.50m) - Housing the Ideal Logic gas fired boiler and with plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

First Floor -

Landing - With roof void access hatch and a window to the front elevation, there are doors leading to:-

Bedroom One - 12'2 x 11' (3.71m x 3.35m) - With an open hearth fireplace with brick surround, this room has a built-in wardrobe and a two casement window overlooking the rear garden.

Bedroom Two - 12'8 x 8'6 (3.86m x 2.59m) - With a built-in cupboard and a two casement window to the rear.

Bedroom Three - 8'11 x 7'9 (2.72m x 2.36m) - Also with a built-in cupboard and a window to the front elevation.

Bathroom - 6' x 5'2 (1.83m x 1.57m) - Comprising a white suite of panelled bath with mixer tap over and integrated shower with folding screen, pedestal wash basin and WC. There is a vertical heated towel rail, extractor fan, ceramic tiled splash areas and a window to the side elevation.

Outside - The house is approached via a pedestrian pathway from the head of the cul-de-sac which leads to the front garden which is laid to lawn, bounded by paled fencing and close boarded fencing. The garden then leads to the side of the house with further lawns bounded by close boarded fencing and then to the rear where there is a gravelled terrace with a young pear tree. The rear garden is also lawned and houses a timber garden store, as well as a vegetable patch.

Local Amenities - Within the village of Brixworth there is the historic Saxon Church founded in and in continuous worship since 680AD, three Public Houses, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Takeaways, a Post Office and numerous shops including a Co-op General Store, Chemist, Family Butcher, Ironmonger and Newsagent/Off Licence. There is also a recreation ground, a Healthcare and Doctor's Surgery and within a quarter of a mile the Brixworth Country Park next to Pitsford Water where water sports and sailing are available. Additionally there are two Community Centres, a Village Hall and a Public Library. Within the village there are pre-schools and the Brixworth Primary School with secondary education at nearby Moulton and Guilsborough Schools.



Services - Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from an Ideal Logic combination gas fired boiler which also provides the domestic hot water. (None of these services has been tested).

How To Get There - From Northampton proceed in a northerly direction along the A508 Market Harborough Road proceeding out of the town through Kingsthorpe and Whitehills and continue on passing the villages of Boughton and Pitsford. At the roundabout turn left into the village along the Northampton Road and continue on towards the centre of the village and then turn left onto the Spratton Road. Continue in a westerly direction and take the last turning on the left hand side into Parkfield Road and proceed to the end of the cul-de-sac where the entrance to the path to number 19 is on the right hand side.

Council Tax - Daventry District Council - Band B
AWA Water Charge - Metered Supply

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