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Rushton Road, Rothwell

PROPERTY TYPE

Barn Conversion

BEDROOMS

×4

BATHROOMS

×3

SIZE

2,034 sq. ft.

(189 sq. m.)

TENURE

Freehold

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Key features

  • Unique barn conversion
  • Stunning views
  • Over 2,000 sq ft
  • Stylishly appointed
  • 4 reception rooms
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bath/shower rooms
  • Balcony overlooking fields
  • Easily maintained gardens
  • Parking for several cars

Property description

A unique three/four bedroomed detached stone built barn conversion of great character enjoying spectacular far reaching views over open countryside lying between the villages of Rushton and Rothwell within north Northamptonshire, IDEAL FOR ACCESS TO KETTERING WHICH HAS MAINLINE RAIL LINKS TO LONDON ST PANCRAS IN LESS THAN AN HOUR.

This surprisingly spacious and stylishly appointed country home offers great flexibility, and is approached via an open porch entrance and hallway with stone flagged flooring, exposed stone work, staircase rising to the upper floor, and oak framed glazed door opening into an attractive sitting room with dual aspect windows including French double doors, enjoying superb views to the front, also having a cast iron log burner. Off an inner hall is a useful cloaks cupboard, fitted shower room and snug/bedroom four with French double doors to the rear, together with oak four panel doors opening into the breakfast kitchen.

The breakfast kitchen is the focal point of the house, beautifully appointed with a feature central island /breakfast bar, solid granite working surfaces, and quality appliances. There is also a sizeable fitted utility room off. Open plan to the kitchen is the dining room with its high pitched double glazed ceiling, oak flooring and two pairs of French double doors leading out to the gardens. An archway leads through to a spacious living room with triple panel picture window enjoying views over open fields, and there is a feature stone fireplace with cast iron burner.

On the upper floor off a landing with oak panelled doors off is the principal bedroom with six tall double glazed panels including French double doors leading out to a balcony with stunning views to the rear. Bedroom 2 is of excellent size with two double glazed skylights and a walk-in wardrobe, together with a door leading through to bedroom 3 with a window to front enjoying views and skylight. This room has in the past been used as a study. Also to the upper floor is a family bathroom with four piece suite including a free standing panelled bath with shower over.

The property is approached via a wooden five bar gate with a driveway owned by the neighbour over which Styles End enjoys a right of way, leading to a private brick block paved driveway providing parking for several cars. To the rear of the house is a good sized landscaped garden with walled and fenced surrounds that create a high degree of privacy, laid out for ease of maintenance with paved and gravelled areas, inset pond, large timber garden shed, and side gate.

Location - Ideal for the commuter seeking country living with the convenience of access to Kettering station some 4 miles away with the fastest train time of 47 minutes to London St Pancras International. The property occupies a rural location approximately halfway between the centre of Rothwell and the charming village of Rushton, renowned for its four star 16th century Rushton Hall hotel and spa. The historic town of Rothwell has an excellent range of local shops, schools, bars, restaurants and sporting & leisure opportunities, conveniently placed some 4 miles from Kettering, 7 miles south east of Market Harborough, and approximately 8 miles south west of Corby, all of which have mainline rail services to London.

Accommodation In Detail - With the benefit of oil fired central heating and double glazed windows, the superbly appointed and versatile interior includes:

Ground Floor -

Open Porch Entrance - With pitched roof on oak support with low stone wall and external lighting.

Hall - Oak panelled entrance door, stone flagged flooring with matwell, exposed stone work, oak framed glazed door leading to:

Sitting Room - 5.94m x 3.68m max/3.20m min (19'6 x 12'1 max/10'6 - Tall double glazed panels and French double doors enjoying spectacular views over open countryside, double glazed side window, Chesneys Alpine cast iron burner on stone hearth, book shelving, ceiling spotlights and radiator.

Inner Hall - With oak flooring, cloaks cupboard, radiator.

Shower Room/Wc - 1.78m x 1.32m (5'10 x 4'4) - Quality white suite comprising corner shower cubicle with curved glazed sliding doors, large chrome fixed shower head, wash hand basin, low flush wc, tiled walls and flooring, wall mirror, extractor fan, heated towel radiator and ceiling spotlights.

Snug/Bedroom Four - 3.66m x 3.20m max (12' x 10'6 max ) - A versatile room with oak four panel doors opening into kitchen, oak flooring, French double doors leading out to the garden, radiator, ceiling spotlights and built-in cupboard.

Breakfast Kitchen - 4.57m x 4.17m (15' x 13'8) - The focal point of the house, beautifully appointed with an excellent range of base and wall cupboards, granite working surfaces including feature central island/breakfast bar, Siemens five ring gas hob unit, integral fridge, two ovens, microwave, warming drawer, integral dishwasher, freezer, stainless steel double sink unit with mixer tap over, pull-out pantry cupboard, oak flooring, spotlights, large boiler cupboard.

Utility Room - 2.82m x 1.65m (9'3 x 5'5) - Stainless steel twin bowl sink with mixer tap over, built-in cupboards, plumbing facilities for washing machine, larder cupboard, double glazed window.

Dining Room - 7.39m x 2.87m (24'3 x 9'5) - An impressive room with high pitched double glazed ceiling with blinds, oak flooring, two pairs of French double doors leading out to the rear garden, wall light points, radiator, exposed stone work, open plan to kitchen and:

Lounge - 5.72m x 4.34m (18'9 x 14'3) - Tall triple panel window to the front enjoying superb views, feature stone fireplace with cast iron burner on stone hearth, beams, oak skirting boards, TV display plinth, radiator, spotlights.

First Floor -

Landing - With double glazed window and oak panel doors off.

Principal Bedroom - 4.72m x 3.61m (15'6 x 11'10) - Six tall double glazed panels including French double doors leading out to a BALCONY with railing and stunning views over open countryside, double glazed skylight, built-in cupboards, exposed stone work, oak display over, ceiling rotary fan, spotlights, wall lights.

Bedroom Two - 5.44m x 4.57m (17'10 x 15') - An exceptionally spacious room with two double glazed skylights, radiator, double glazed window to front, ceiling spotlights, door through to:

Walk-In Wardrobe - 2.51m x 1.60m (8'3 x 5'3) - With ceiling spotlights, shelving, no window.

Bedroom Three/Office - 5.23m x 4.22mmax /2.57mmin (17'2 x 13'10max /8'5mi - Approached via bedroom 2, having double glazed window to front, double glazed skylight, two radiators, several power points and ceiling spotlights.

Bathroom - 2.67m x 2.41m (8'9 x 7'11) - Superbly appointed four piece suite comprising free standing panelled bath, chrome mixer tap over with shower attachment, ceramic circular wash hand basin, chrome mixer tap over, large mirror, low flush wc, bidet, tiled floor and walls, tall heated towel radiator, built-in cupboard, ceiling spotlights, double glazed skylight and extractor fan.

Outside - The property is approached via a wooden five bar gate and driveway across the neighbouring property over which there is pedestrian and vehicular right of way in favour Styles End, leading to brick block paved driveway to the front of the property, pebbled area, septic tank, stunning views over open countryside.

Landscaped rear garden, mainly walled and fenced, paved patio, steps rising to gravelled area, raised beds, pond, large timber garden shed, side entrance with gate.

Services - Mains electricity and water are connected. The property has oil fired central heating. Sewage is via a recently installed treatment works system located towards the front boundary.

Fixtures & Fittings - Fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale - all other items regarded as owners fixtures and fittings may be removed.

Energy Performance Certificate - EPC Rating D.

Council Tax Band - Council Tax Band D. For further information contact Kettering Borough Council

Stamp Duty - Stamp Duty Land Tax rates from 1st October 2021
Up to £125,000 Zero
The next £125,000 (the portion from £125,001 to £250,000) 2%
The next £675,000 (the portion from £250,001 to £925,000) 5%
The next £575,000 (the portion from £925,001 to £1.5 million) 10%
The remaining amount (the portion above £1.5 million) 12%

If you’re a first-time buyer, you won’t pay any tax on homes priced at or below £300,000. However, you will pay five per cent on a property, or the portion of a property, priced between £300,001 and £500,000. However, if the first home you’re buying is priced above £500,000, you won’t be eligible for a saving and you’ll have to pay normal stamp duty rates.

Money Laundering - To comply with The Money Laundering Regulations 2007, 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.

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Rushton Road, Rothwell

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  • Kettering Station3.3 miles
  • Corby Station5.8 miles
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Andrew Granger & Co, Market Harborough

Phoenix House, 52 High Street Market Harborough LE16 7AF

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