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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Moorend Road, Yardley Gobion, Towcester

Guide Price £685,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four Bedroom Detached Home
  • Character Village Property
  • Private Rear Garden
  • Excellent Condition Throughout
  • Many Individual Features
  • Splendid Hall and Staircase

Full description

Situated in a superb location right in the heart of the delightful village of Yardley Gobion is The Old Hall, an extremely attractive four bedroom property that dates back to 1865. The house was originally built as a social club for the men and boys of the village, however in 2005 it was both extended and beautifully renovated and is now a very spacious and immaculately presented family home.

Description - The Old Hall dates back to 1865 and is set within the conservation area of Yardley Gobion. Originally built as a gentlemans club, the property was completely modernised in 2005, now offering over 2,500 sq ft of modern accommodation. The property oozes character with many features. This is a beautiful home located in this sought-after village. The home has the most exceptional entrance door leading to a very spacious entrance hall, with a feature staircase. The ground floor has a sitting room, family room, study, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, cloak room and utility room. A superb staircase leads up to four bedrooms and a separate family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from an en suite. Located in the desirable village of Yardley Gobion the property is in an elevated position with gardens to front, rear and side. There is a double length driveway, which leads up to a garage, which has been fitted with cupboards. At the rear of the property there is plenty of patio area for a family to enjoy summer BBQs etc. There is an ample rear lawned garden with mature plants. The property further benefits from having solar panels.

Vendor Insight - Situated in a superb location right in the heart of the delightful village of Yardley Gobion is The Old Hall, an extremely attractive property that dates back to 1865. The house was originally built as a social club for the men and boys of the village, however in 2005 it was both extended and beautifully renovated and is now a very spacious and immaculately presented family home.
Before we purchased The Old Hall in 2010 we were living not far from here in another property within the village, says Terence, but our children were growing up and about to move on so we decided to downsize a little. When we came across this property, though it wasnt an awful lot smaller than the house we were in, we were so taken by the peaceful location and the character of the house, that we decided to go for it. The previous owners had done a beautiful job of renovating the property and they managed to retain all of its external period charm, while giving it a more contemporary look and feel inside. Theres an easy flow from room to room - which makes it a very comfortable house to live in and also ideal for entertaining all of the rooms are generously proportioned and theres also a really nice connection with the garden via the dining room and the kitchen.
The garden is a really good size and backs onto a small paddock, so its peaceful and private, continues Terence. Theres a very large patio terrace where we have a table and chairs and the BBQ, and the rest of the space is laid to lawn with a mature border of shrubs and trees. I must say weve gained an awful lot of enjoyment from the garden, both as a family space and for entertaining friends.
The hub of the home is the lovely big kitchen, says Terence. We have a settee and bar stools, so its not only practical but its also a very sociable space. It also has patio doors, so the space can be extended into the garden when the weather is warm.
A new shop has just opened up in the village, so day-to-day needs are catered for, says Terence, and we also have a nice pub and a sports-and-social club close by, but what I love most about the location is that its so incredibly peaceful.
In the smallest reception room weve created a gym and sauna, Terence continues, which is a really nice feature of the property.
Ill definitely miss the peaceful nature of the location when we move, but also the space both inside the house and out in the garden. Its just a really lovely family home.

Accommodation - Entrance Hall:
Entrance is via a historic front door, leading to a spacious entrance hall, with staircase to first floor landing. The hallway is light and spacious with quality wooden flooring throughout and doors leading to the study, sitting room, dining room, utility room, family room, kitchen/breakfast room and cloakroom.
Sitting Room: A Spacious light and airy room. This lovely room has a front aspect. The floor is wooden with the firelpace a focal point in the room. Inset lighting to the ceiling. There are double doors that lead into the dining room.
Family Room: Aspect overlooking the front garden. Large room that could have several uses.
Study: Although perfect as a study it is currently used as a Gym/Sauna room. Perfect to unwind after a busy day.
Good size dining room with aspect leading to the patio area and garden.
The kitchen has been fitted with floor and wall cabinets and granite work surfaces. It is very large, light and airy room, making it a delight to cook in. The kitchen also has a very pleasant breakfast bar and an adjoining lounge area to relax in.
First Floor Corridor Doors to all bedrooms. A large modern master bedroom, which allows light to pour into the room through large windows, aspect out to the garden. The ensuite is all white, giving a clean and fresh feel. There is a large, tiled corner shower, a wash basin and a WC. This ensuite also has plenty of storage space for toiletries. There are three further bedrooms. Ingenious use of windows in the bedrooms that open to provide extra space and headroom.
Bathroom: The main bathroom is a great size and features stylish, colourful tiling. It has a big bath with an overhead shower, a WC and a wash basin. Storage space is available under the wash basin.

Outside - The property is set well back from the road and is accessed via a private drive. The driveway leads to ample parking in front of the property and there is side access to gain entrance to the garage with workshop set to the back of the property.
The immaculate gardens surround the property.

Location - Yardley Gobion is a much sought after village and is conveniently located off the A508 between Milton Keynes and Northampton. The historic coaching town of Stony Stratford with it's extensive shopping facilities is approximately three miles away. Central Milton Keynes with it's main-line railway station (London to Euston journey time is from 30 mins), junction 15 of the MI is approximately 8 miles away and central Northampton approximately 10 miles away. The village is situated in the county of Northamptonshire and has a popular village junior school, grocery store, public house, social club and church.

Services - All main services are connected. Heating is via gas radiator heating.

Notes - VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Strictly via the vendors sole agents Fine & Country on 01604 309030.

OPENING HOURS
Monday to Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm
Saturday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm


AGENTS NOTES
All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given and that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure.


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23 July 2016

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  • Wolverton (4.2 mi)
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