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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bunkers Hill Farm, Moulton Road, Pitsford, Northampton

Removed £895,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Barn Conversion
  • Former Planning Permission for Holiday Let
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Two En-suite Shower Rooms
  • A range of outbuildings
  • Stunning Countryside Views
  • Gated drive approaching quarter of a mile.
  • Approx 2.5 acre secluded plot

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A highly sought after and rarely available stunning barn conversion with gardens and grounds of around 2.5 acres in all. This beautifully presented home provides characterful and flexible accommodation of Four Bedrooms, Two/Three Reception Rooms, attractive Kitchen/Dining/Breakfast Room, Cloakrooms, Two En-suites and a Family Bathroom. In addition to the main dwelling are a range of attractive and flexible outbuildings that provide tremendous potential for further development and a variety of uses.

The Old Cart Barn is a Grade II Listed barn conversion located in an outstanding position between the much sought after villages of Pitsford and Moulton. The property benefits from splendid views across fields towards the village of Boughton. The accommodation briefly comprises; Inner Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Family Bathroom, Bedroom Four and a Snug. To the first floor the master bedroom suite is approached via the spiral staircase from the Snug and has an En-Suite Shower Room, Bedroom two with En-Suite Shower Room and Bedroom 3.

Pitsford is a very popular village lying to the north of Northampton close to Pitsford Reservoir with its excellent trout fishing and sailing facilities. The village has a church and public house and is home to the independent Pitsford School, also on the doorstep is the outstanding independent Spratton Hall school. Northampton is only five miles from Pitsford, there is good local shopping in Kingsthorpe about three miles away. Other leisure facilities in the area include golf at Church Brampton and Harlestone and flying from Sywell Aerodrome.


Entered via a wooden door with leaded light side panels, flagstone floor, dog leg stair case to fist floor, doors branching off and double doors to sitting room.

Hall View 2
Sitting Room:
6.01m (19ft 9in) x 5.68m (18ft 8in)
Entered via arched oak church style doors, Inglenook' fireplace with log burner, French doors to front, twin arched barn windows to the rear aspect with brick surround, radiator and recessed lighting.

Sitting Room View 2
1.8m (5ft 11in) x 1.52m (5ft 0in)

With fitted cupboards, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and housing the oil fired boiler.

Suite comprising of low level W.C., with high level cistern, wash hand basin and window to the rear elevation.

Kitchen/Dining Area:
5.43m (17ft 10in) x 5.68m (18ft 8in) maximum
This bespoke dovetailed kitchen comprises: fitted base cabinets with a combination of polished granite work surface and bleached oak work surface, incorporating a twin bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over. There is a further island unit with granite work surface and built-in wine rack and shelving. The built-in appliances comprise the automatic dishwasher and the smeg stainless steel calor gas range cooker, which has a five place gas hob with griddle and stands. There is a TV point, recessed spotlights to ceiling, a window and door opening on to the rear terrace and garden. Leading through a timber archway the dining area benefits from two arched barn windows, ceramic floor tiles throughout and Victorian style radiator.

3.66m (12ft 0in) x 2.08m (6ft 10in)
Victorian style suite, with cast iron roll top bath on ball and claw feet with mixer tap/shower attachment over. Ceramic tiled shower cubicle with pivot glass door, Heritage wash stand basin and W.C., with high level cistern. There is a ceramic tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, high level storage cupboards and a window to the rear elevation with a bull nose brick sill.

3.37m (11ft 1in) x 5.9m (19ft 4in)
Arched barn window to the front aspect, cast iron spiral staircase rising to the galleried master bedroom suite on the first floor.

Bedroom 1:
6.3m (20ft 8in) x 3.2m (10ft 6in)
A split level room with a wrought iron balustrade to the gallery and an exposed hardwood floor. There are Heritage Velux rooflights and a window to the east facing gable, as well as exposed purlin timbers, a built-in wardrobe and a range of built-in drawers.

Bedroom 1 View 2
2.08m (6ft 10in) x 1.8m (5ft 11in)

Comprising a white suite of vanity hand wash basin with cupboards under, shelving and mirror over, low level W.C., mosaic tiled Victorian style double shower cubicle with folding door. Twin heritage Velux rooflights to the rear elevation and striped floor.

Gallery Landing:

With exposed beams to ridge height, including exposed purlins, there is a central landing with chamfered spindles to the balustrade, twin heritage Velux rooflights, eaves storage cupboards and doors leading to:-

Bedroom 2:
5.24m (17ft 2in) x 4.66m (15ft 3in)

With an exposed stone gable wall, purlin timbers Velux rooflights and built-in wardrobes.

En-suite 2:
Low level W.C., wash hand basin and fully tiled shower cubicle.

Bedroom 3:
4.29m (14ft 1in) x 4.14m (13ft 7in)

With an exposed pine floor, purlin timbers and housing the airing cupboard with the hot water cylinder and electric immersion heater. There is a TV point and an archway leading to:-

Bedroom 4:
5.35m (17ft 7in) x 2.3m (7ft 7in)
Exposed beam, recessed ceiling spotlights, TV, telephone points, radiator and two arched barn window to the front aspect.

The property is approached by a gravel drive approaching 1/4 of a mile long through electrically powered wrought iron gates then leading on to the large parking and garaging area for 7 -10 vehicles. Elsewhere within the grounds is The Winery with additional Tractor Barn and Stable. The building measures 49.5 ft x 22.5 ft (gross external).

The Gardens:

The front garden is mainly laid lawn with pathway leading to front door, surrounded by a dry stone wall.

The rear garden is again mainly laid to lawn with a natural garden section surrounding a large pond. The rear of the property opens out onto the large covered terrace area.

The property also boasts a separate paddock with field shelter. In all in excess of 2.25 acres.

Outside View 2
Outside View 3
Outside View 4
The Winery:
15.06m (49ft 5in) x 6.83m (22ft 5in)

The Winery with additional Tractor Barn and Stable.

8.84m (29ft 0in) x 5.49m (18ft 0in)
Formerly a double garage having been converted partially into an office/annexe.

Annexe View 2
Floor Plan

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 September 2016

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