- Substantial & Individual Home
- Gardens extending to just over a quarter of an Acre
Ground Floor -
Reception Hall - 27'0 x 14'10 (8.23m x 4.52m) - Approached through a Hormann security door the two storey vaulted hall has a central staircase rising to a galleried landing over a ceramic tiled floor and there are natural oak doors giving access to the ground floor rooms. There is a walk in cloaks cupboard and mirror image cloakroom with a white Roca suite of vanity wash basin, WC and vertical heated towel rail.
Dining Room - 19'10 x 11'10 (6.05m x 3.61m) - Currently used as a games room with a high corniced ceiling and three casement window to the front elevation. The room is approached from the hallway through double leaf bevelled glass partly glazed doors.
Living Room - 24'2 x 19'8 (7.37m x 5.99m) - With engineered oak floor this spacious well proportioned room with five casement folding doors opening to the rear terrace and garden. The focal point is the Bells fireplace with Clearview cast iron log burner beneath a moulded mantle with open fronted bespoke bookcases either side incorporating a television recess.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 27'1 x 17'1 (8.26m x 5.21m) - A light and spacious open plan room with kitchen units designed and fitted by Grand Union Designs incorporating floor and wall cabinets with underslung sink unit and integrated Bosch 8 series twin eye level double ovens and a stainless steel American style fridge/freezer. There is an integrated automatic dishwasher and a large island unit with a elliptical oak hardwood breakfast bar, built in wine chiller and pan drawers together with polished tiled stone work surfaces and four place induction hob beneath a concealed cooker hood. The breakfast area has Bells ceramic tiled flooring and five casement bi-folding doors opening to the rear terrace and garden.
Utility Room - 11'9 x 6'6 (3.58m x 1.98m) - Also fitted by Grand Union Designs with floor and wall cabinets and Silestone work surfaces incorporating an underslung stainless steel sink unit, a broom cupboard and plumbing for an automatic washing and point for tumble dryer. There is a door to the side elevation.
First Floor -
Galleried Landing - 21'8 x 18'7 (6.60m x 5.66m) - Approached by the central staircase the landing has a built in media cupboard and double leaf doors to airing cupboard with mains pressure hot water cylinder. Oak hardwood doors give access to:-
Master Bedroom Suite -
Bedroom One - 19'10 x 16'2 (6.05m x 4.93m) - With a high corniced ceiling this is a light and spacious room with two windows overlooking the rear garden, an attractive statement wall and a wall mounted TV socket. Doors lead to:-
Dressing Room En Suite - 16'0 x 9'7 (4.88m x 2.92m) - With an extensive range of bespoke open fronted wardrobes with shelving, hanging space and shoe racks together with a fitted dressing table and fitted wall mirrors.
Bathroom En Suite - 14'0 x 10'3 (4.27m x 3.12m) - Fitted by Bells with an oval freestanding bath with side mixer tap, Roca WC, twin vanity wash basins and 1,800mm shower suite with rain shower. There are twin vertical heated towel rails and a window to the rear elevation.
Guest Bedroom Suite -
Bedroom Two - 18'8 x 11'9 (5.69m x 3.58m) - With two casement windows overlooking the rear garden there is a wall mounted TV socket and a door leading to:-
Bathroom En Suite - 10'2 x 7'9 (3.10m x 2.36m) - With a white suite of panelled bath with mixer tap, pedestal wash basin and WC and also with 1,500mm shower suite, vertical heated towel rail and mirror fronted cabinet with vanity lighting.
Bedroom Three - 16'2 x 14'2 (4.93m x 4.32m) - Another generously proportioned double room with wardrobe recess, statement wall, wall mounted TV socket and door to:-
Shower Room En Suite - 7'11 x 8'9 (2.41m x 2.67m) - With a white suite of quadrant shower, WC and pedestal wash basin there is a shaver socket, vertical heated towel rail and two casement window to the front elevation.
Bedroom Four - 14'11 x 12'0 (4.55m x 3.66m) - Also a double room with a vaulted ceiling and casement windows to the front elevation.
Bedroom Five - 15'2 x 11'9 (4.62m x 3.58m) - With a three casement window to the front elevation.
Family Bathroom - 11'10 x 9'8 (3.61m x 2.95m) - With a white suite of twin ended bath with side mixer tap, vanity wash basin, WC, shaver socket and vertical heated towel rail. There is a 1,500mm shower suite with sliding doors and window to the side elevation.
Outside - The house stands back from Howard Lane behind a deep front garden with twin wrought iron gates on brick built pillars to an in and out tarmac drive around a central lawn which stands within a brick retaining wall with stone copings. The garden boundaries are of a combination of privet hedging, boundary walls with wrought iron railings and the driveway leads to pedestrian access points either side of the house leading to the rear garden.
Double Garage - 19'6 x 19'5 (5.94m x 5.92m) - Approached through electrically operated up and over doors and light and power connections.
Rear Garden - Approached by a wide granite terrace with sleeper bound planters and external lighting, the lawn stretches away from the house in a southerly direction bounded by close boarded fencing with established screen hedging including Red Robin and Cupressus. The entire plot extends to approximately 0.27 of an acre.
Services - Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators to the first floor and through an underfloor system to the ground floor from a gas fired boiler with hot water provided by a mains pressure unvented system. The property has built in CCTV and alarm system and electric gates with telephone entry system.
Warranty - The property is covered by a Build-Zone 10 year certificate of insurance which expires on the 5th September 2028.
Local Amenities - Within the village, there is the Parish Church and the Whyte Melville Public House, Village Hall and pocket park. Local schooling is at the County Primary School, with secondary education at the Moulton School for which there is a school bus service. The village is well placed for access to a number of public schools including Oakham, Uppingham, Oundle, Rugby and Wellingborough. There is a country park and sailing club at nearby Pitsford Reservoir and the Northampton County Golf Course is at Church Brampton. There are local shops at Whitehills and a Waitrose Supermarket in Kingsthorpe.
Council Tax - Daventry District Council - Band G
How To Get There - From Northampton town centre proceed in a northerly direction along the A508 Barrack Road to the traffic light junction with St Andrews Road. Carry straight on through the traffic lights to the next traffic light junction adjacent to the Cock Inn at Kingsthorpe. Carry straight on travelling north sign-posted towards Market Harborough along the Harborough Road and continue out of the town passing the White Hills Pub on the left hand side. At the next roundabout, turn right sign posted to Boughton and proceed into the village along Vyse Road. Take the first turning on the right and into Howard Lane where the property stands on the right hand side.
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Established in 1993, Richard Greener Estate Agents is a privately owned business that operates independently of any other company or agency. This independence allows the company to offer a truly personal level of service which you are unlikely to find elsewhere in Northampton. Richard Greener has lived in Northampton since 1958 and has worked in the property business for over 40 years.
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