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Stable Lane, Church Brampton, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN6

Key features

  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • House
  • Detached
  • Ground Floor
  • First Floor
  • Upper Floor
  • Garden
  • Off Street Parking

Property description

A five bedroom detached house with a detached home office, established gardens, driveway parking, a double garage and views over open countryside to the front. The property has versatile accommodation which includes three reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining utility room and a cloakroom on the ground floor and five double bedrooms with four bath or shower rooms over the top two floors. In addition, there is a separate home office.

The property has established gardens to the front and rear, extensive parking and a double garage. It is set on a no through road leading to Brampton Stables and has open countryside to the front. It is a peaceful location but benefits from being within 15 minutes’ walk of amenities in Chapel Brampton which include public houses and a primary school, and is within 10 minutes’ drive of a wider range of amenities including supermarkets, golf courses and Maidwell School and Spratton Hall School.

Design and Specification

The property dates back more than 170 years and has not been on the open market for more than 40 years. The vendors have undertaken an extensive refurbishment programme which has included replumbing, replastering and a new electrical system which includes CCTV. The property has a Gigaclear broadband connection for working from home. The property has been finished to a high specification including marble and oak flooring, and bespoke wardrobes in several of the bedrooms. There is a refitted kitchen and new bathrooms and cloakroom, some with Burlington fittings. There is planning permission in place to add a single storey extension at the side which would increase the accommodation in the property by about 1,000 sq. ft.

Ground Floor

The entrance hall has marble flooring, a cloakroom with a vanity washbasin and a half turn staircase to a galleried landing on the first floor. There are two understairs cupboards, one of which has the controls for the CCTV system.

Reception Rooms

The dual aspect sitting room has oak parquet flooring and a feature open fireplace with a stone surround. There is a door to the paved terrace in the rear garden. The adjoining snug, which is currently used as a cinema room,is an extension to the property and has a high ceiling, a window to the front and French doors to the rear terrace. The marble flooring in the entrance hall continues into the dining room which has two windows overlooking the rear garden.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

The kitchen/breakfast room also has marble flooring, dual aspect windows and a stable door to the garden. The refitted kitchen has a range of full height and base units, including a pull out larder cupboard, and a central island with additional storage and an integrated wine fridge. Complementary work surfaces incorporate a Belfast sink and a Neff induction hob with an extractor over. Further built-in appliances include two Neff ovens, one with steam and microwave functions, a dishwasher, a full height fridge and a full height freezer.

Utility Room

The adjoining utility room has a part glazed stable door to the front, a window to the side and a full height cupboard which houses the boiler and hot water tank. There is also a range of base units spanning one wall with a Belfast sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer.

Home Office

The office is at the rear of the garage and is accessed via a door from the rear garden. It has power, heating and an internet connection and has space for a desk and a seating area. It is a versatile space and could alternatively be used as a games or music room if preferred.

First Floor

The galleried landing overlooks the entrance hall and has three windows with views to the front. There is a shelved airing cupboard under the stairs to the second floor. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor. One bedroom is accessed via a vestibule which is currently used as a study area but which could be used as a dressing room if preferred. The bedroom has dual aspect windows to the front and rear and a range of bespoke hand built wardrobes and drawers. The en suite has a metro tiled double shower cubicle, twin washbasins in a vanity storage unit and a WC. The second bedroom has two windows overlooking the rear garden and a fitted wardrobe. The other bedroom is dual aspect with windows to the front and rear and has a range of bespoke hand built wardrobes and drawers. These two bedrooms share a family bathroom which has a Burleigh bath with a shower attachment, a Burleigh washbasin, a WC and an electric mirror.

Second Floor

The second floor landing has a skylight window, a shelved storage cupboard and access to the loft space. The master bedroom is accessed via a dressing area with a bespoke hand built range of wardrobes and drawers. The bedroom has a part sloping ceiling, skylight windows with integrated electric blinds, and a window to the side. The en suite has a double shower cubicle, a vanity washbasin and a WC. There is an electric mirror over the washbasin. The other bedroom has dual aspect windows including a skylight window with an integrated electric blind. The adjoining bathroom has a claw footed bath with shower attachment, a WC and a washbasin.

Planning Permission

The planning permission is to add a single storey extension at the side which would convert the existing kitchen into another reception room, and create a laundry room and boot room at the front, with a larger open plan dual aspect kitchen/dining room at the rear with a lantern roof light and bi-fold doors to the paved terrace.

Outside

The property has a plot of approximately 0.7 acres with views over open countryside to the front. An electronic gate opens to a driveway and a gravelled parking area with space for at least eight cars. There is a wood store, and a workshop which has an alarm system, power connected and windows to the front. The driveway continues down to a double garage which has an electric roller door and power connected. Steps from the parking area lead down to a paved front garden which has established beds and borders. The rear garden has an extensive paved terrace spanning the width of the property for outside dining and entertaining. The rest of the garden is laid mainly to lawn with established shrubs and mature trees providing privacy.

Church Brampton

Church Brampton is notable for its distinctive Spencer Estate Victorian sandstone cottages, which are of a similar design to cottages found in the nearby villages of Chapel Brampton, Harlestone and The Bringtons Church Brampton is walking distance from amenities in Chapel Brampton which include two public houses and the Brampton Valley Way for walking and cycling. A wider range of facilities are available in Brixworth, 2.5 miles away, which has a supermarket, a butcher, public houses and a restaurant. Kingsthorpe 3.7 miles away has more comprehensive facilities including a Waitrose supermarket and further shopping. The M1 and A14 are within 10 miles and, for the commuter, there are regular train services from Northampton to London Euston taking from 59 minutes. There are good schools in the area including the Guilsborough School Academy Trust and independent schools in Maidwell, Spratton and Pitsford all within 8 miles.

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Michael Graham, Northampton

19 Market Square, Northampton, NN1 2DL

Established for over 50 years, Michael Graham has a long heritage of assisting buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants to successfully navigate the property market. With fourteen offices covering Northampton and the surrounding villages as well as the neighbouring areas of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire and Oxfordshire, we have access to some of the region's most desirable town and country homes.

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