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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Naseby, Northamptonshire

Guide Price £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Former Victoria Lodge
  • Generous plot
  • Four reception rooms
  • Master bedroom and ensuite
  • Three further bedrooms & family bathroom
  • Independent annexe
  • Garaging and carport
  • Mature west facing gardens
  • Stunning countryside views
  • Planning permission (lapsed) see full details

Full description

A superb former Victorian lodge occupying a generous plot with stunning countryside views in every direction. Providing spacious accommodation for family living, the property boasts four reception rooms, master bedroom with ensuite, three further bedrooms and family bathroom. An integrated annexe with independent access, garaging and mature, private gardens complete the property whilst planning permission has previously been granted to extend and refurbish the current accomodation to provide for a larger, five bedroom dwelling - see full details for further information. Vendor suited - EPC Rating: F

The property is situated approximately 1.5 miles north of the historic village of Naseby. The towns of Northampton and Rugby are 14 miles equidistant to the south and west respectively with Market Harborough seven miles to the north, located close to the Northamptonshire-Leicestershire county border. Naseby is a thriving village, steeped in history with two public houses, a village hall, sports courts, church with active congregation and locally prized general store with delicatessen. The nearby medieval town of Market Harborough has extensive facilities including a leisure centre, theatre, several supermarkets including Waitrose, as well as a range of boutique shops, restaurants and bars. Recreational facilities in the area are excellent with scenic countryside walks and bridleways in abundance, as well as fishing at Naseby reservoir. The nearby Kelmarsh Hall Estate covers 3,000 acres of parkland, gardens, and woodland which is open to the public with a range of events...

The former Lodge House to Naseby Hall, this Victorian residence occupies a wonderfully mature, quiet plot of approximately a third of an acre benefitting from superb, uninterrupted views from all aspects. Entering through the front door and inner porch, an attractive stained glass door leads into the well-proportioned reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, and door to the dining room with attractive bay window, feature fireplace and open fire. Further double doors off the hallway give way to the cosy-feeling family room with inset wood burner with wooden fire surround and steps down to the sitting room with attractive period fireplace which benefits from windows to the front aspect and doors through to the conservatory and garden beyond. The breakfast kitchen has a full range of units with under-cabinet lighting, double range oven and windows overlooking the rear gardens. A convenient but discreetly located downstairs WC sits off the kitchen adjacent to a...

The property is located on a quiet private lane, fronted by wrought iron railings, paved landscaping and a driveway leading to the integral garage providing off-road parking for two vehicles, with additional covered parking under the separate car port to the side. There are stunning countryside views from all aspects of the property and a particular feature are the extensive gardens to the rear having different points of interest including entertaining patio, various lawned areas, well stocked, mature borders and a wonderful woodland area to the north-eastern boundary.

Services: Mains electricity and private drainage. Oil fired central heating (with the addition of electric heating to the annexe) Water is provided by an artesian well and water treatment system providing both hard and soft water to the property. Local Authority: Daventry District Council (01327 871100) Council Tax: Band D EPC Rating: F

Planning permission was granted in 2013, now lapsed, for alterations, front, side and rear extensions to the existing dwelling, creating a substantially larger five bedroom detached property. Ref. DA/2013/0038

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15 November 2016

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