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Polopit, Titchmarsh

Guide Price
£1,125,000
Added on 30/03/2021
Bletsoes, Thrapston
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
x4
BATHROOMS
x3
SIZE
3,350 sq. ft.
(311 sq. m.)

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A highly contemporary and architecturally uniquely designed detached residence, nestles in the heart of the picturesque Northamptonshire village of Titchmarsh, with large private gardens, set in approximately 0.47 acres.

Summary
A hugely impressive, beautiful, bright, modern home. Over 3350 sq ft 311.2 sq.m of accommodation arranged over three floors Dramatic light exquisitely delivered from high level open galleried spaces and split-level elevations within. Stunning level of detail amplified and replicated throughout. 5 Reception Rooms - Open Plan Kitchen Family Room - Four Double Bedrooms

Outside
Extensive Gardens - Double Split-Level Patio - Tikki Breezehouse Double Garage - Ample Parking

Situation Located in the heart of the popular and sought after village of Titchmarsh, the property is conveniently situated on the Northamptonshire/ Cambridgeshire border, approximately 2.5 miles to the east of Thrapston and 6 miles to the south of Oundle. Direct rail services are available from Huntingdon to London Kings Cross (47 mins) and there is good access on to the A14 (junction 13), leading to the M1/M6 and A1(M). Titchmarsh benefits from a village shop, primary school, The Wheatsheaf public house and the Church of St Mary the Virgin. There is an active community within the village, with annual events such as the Titchmarsh Fete and the 10k Road Race & 3k Fun Run, as well as a number of groups and societies, who meet regularly. The nearby market towns of Thrapston and Oundle offer a varied range of shopping facilities including supermarkets, doctors surgeries, hotels and public houses, and various sports clubs. More extensive shopping, leisure and recreational facilities are available at Rushden Lakes (10 miles), with a whole range of services available at the cities of Peterborough (20 miles) and Cambridge (35 miles). The area enjoys good schooling, with primary education available in Titchmarsh and thereafter at Prince William School in Oundle or at numerous secondary schools nearby. Private education is available at well-respected schools including Oundle, Kimbolton, Wellingborough and Stamford.

Accommodation

This property is arranged over three floors, and briefly comprises five reception rooms including an open plan kitchen and family room, and four generous bedrooms. On the ground floor, a very bright double aspect kitchen with French doors and windows running the full length of the room is flooded with light and extends into an informal dining area. This highly contemporary kitchen enjoys modern and stylish luxury wall and base units, and central double sink island with two water supplies including an integrated water filter. Fitted appliances include a double oven and fitted combination microwave, Gaggenau integrated steak grill, fryer and gas hob with discreate internal extraction. Leading from the kitchen and open plan breakfast dining area, is a snug reception room, with gas log burner, overlooking the lower patio and gardens, with direct access to the kitchen and doorway to the main galleried rooms to the rear. The kitchen also extends to a further separate adjoining utility room which leads out to a dog run and pen, kitchen, shower room and w.c and access to bedroom four, featuring a vaulted ceiling and six skylight windows. The sperate formal dining room from the hallway has dual aspect corner French doors. The principal lounge reception room is simply breath taking, with double height floor to ceiling windows, enjoying light from all possible angles through roof profile windows above, and double French doors which give access to the upper entertaining patio and gardens. This inspiring room features a brick fireplace, vaulted ceiling and easy access to a further split level reception lounge with it's own dedicated feature log burner, set to an attractive fireplace. Over-looking the main Lounge is the feature open gallery with fitted study by Neville Johnson. This impressive accommodation includes 4 double bedrooms with two en-suites and a luxurious 5 piece family bathroom, featuring Sottini sanitaryware. This designer house was constructed during 1997, individually built to the highest standard of specification, and benefits from an Altherma central heating system, and incorporates Wirsbo gas fired underfloor heating, and double glazing throughout. Continuing the level of detail and presentation, the property is hard wired to support a Bose lifestyle digital (dual) Home Theatre system, the property also benefits from recently updated carpeting. This flexible and generous home easily lends itself to offer annex accommodation with self-contained potential, for family, friends and guests or possibly
as an Air B&B. Double Garage With two double electric remote- controlled doors to the driveway, the Garage is accessed from the lobby adjoining the kitchen via a staircase to the lower ground level. This impressive space has dual functionality. Fully mirrored with support floor for a Gym and exercise space. The Garage also benefits from specialist fitted steel Dura cabinets.

Outside

The gardens and property extend to approximately 0.47 acres. A magnificent landscaped garden extends to the rear of the property with extensive lawns and topiary creating an
attractive ornamental design. Entertainment outdoors is catered for wonderfully with a large double split- level patio area accessed by double French doors from the lounges. The
upper patio has a glass pagoda, providing shelter for extended seating, dining and barbecues. To the rear of the garden sits a raised Tikki Breezehouse ,with far reaching views,providing seating for ten guests. The Tikki has its own dedicated power supply providing lighting, heating and music. To the front elevation double garages and split-level themes, create further attraction and interest as steps rise gradually from the driveway to the elevated position, adding theatre to high level privacy. The front gardens are bounded by matching property detail, and a brick and blockwork driveway provides ample multi-vehicular parking.

Principal measurements
Living room/ Sitting room : 8.10m x 5.68m (26'7" x 18'8")
Dining Room : 4.25m x 4.50m (13'11" x 14'9")
Hallway : 4.25m x 2.56m (13'11" x 8'11")
Family sitting Room : 4.22m x 3.66m (13'10" x 12'0")
Kitchen : 9.25m max x 4.78 (30'4" x 15'8")
Utility : 3.00m max x 5.99m (9'10" max x 19'8")
Bedroom : 3.90m x 5.99m (12'9" x 19'8")
Office : 4.54m x 5.63m max (14'11" x 18'5"max)
Bedroom : 4.25m x 4.67m (13'11" x 15'4")
Bathroom : 3.50m x 3.65m (11'6" x 12')
Bathroom : 3.60m x 3.65m (11'10" x 12')
Bedroom : 4.30m x 4.70m (14'1" x 15'5")
Garage : 7.90m x 5.95m (25'11" x 19'6")


General Information
No Onward chain
Tenure
Freehold
Outgoings
Council Tax Band G
Local Authority
East Northants District Council
Viewings
All viewings are strictly by appointment only through the
Seller's agent, Bletsoes

Money Laundering
To comply with current Money Laundering Regulations,
any successful purchaser/purchasers will be asked to
provide proof of identity and we will therefore need to take
copies of a passport/driving licence and a recent utility
bill (not more than three months old). This information is
required prior to Solicitors being instructed.

Measurements & Other Information

All measurements are approximate. While we endeavour
to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, if
there is a point which is of particular importance please
do contact Bletsoes who will be pleased to check the
information for you, particularly if you are contemplating
travelling some distance to view the property.
 

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Polopit, Titchmarsh

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  • Kettering Station10.2 miles
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Bletsoes, Thrapston

49-51 High Street, Thrapston, NN14 4JJ

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