Offered for sale with NO UPPER CHAIN is this MOST ATTRACTIVE 17th CENTURY GRADE II LISTED STONE BUILT FAMILY RESIDENCE. Located in the heart of the village the property requires some modernisation and is POSITIONED ON A GOOD SIZE PLOT with huge potential to develop this into a truly superb family home. Once inside the accommodation is laid out over three floors offering THREE GROUND FLOOR RECEPTIONS plus a SUPERB VAULTED BARN ROOM WITH GALLERY, FOUR BEDROOMS to the first floor and THREE FURTHER ATTIC ROOMS. The property has retained many original features to include fireplaces, exposed stonework, exposed timbers and A frames and some mullion windows. Outside are front, rear and vegetable gardens plus a large driveway and garage. In addition there is a natural well. Fast Find 11149 Energy Rating - n/a Listed
Long Buckby Office
5c High Street, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, NN6 7RE
Telephone: 01327 844 111
Fax: 01327 844 448
Offered for sale with NO UPPER CHAIN is this MOST ATTRACTIVE 17th CENTURY GRADE II LISTED STONE BUILT FAMILY RESIDENCE. Located in the heart of the village the property requires some modernisation and is POSITIONED ON A GOOD SIZE PLOT with huge potential to develop this into a truly superb family home. Once inside the accommodation is laid out over three floors offering THREE GROUND FLOOR RECEPTIONS plus a SUPERB VAULTED BARN ROOM WITH GALLERY, FOUR BEDROOMS to the first floor and THREE FURTHER ATTIC ROOMS. The property has retained many original features to include fireplaces, exposed stonework, exposed timbers and A frames and some mullion windows. Outside are front, rear and vegetable gardens plus a large driveway and garage. In addition there is a natural well. Fast Find 11149 Energy Rating – n/a Listed
Entered – Via an oak timber door into:
Entrance Porch – 4’11″ x 4’11″ (1.50m x 1.50m) – Quarry tiled floor, doorway through to:
Central Hallway – 21’5″ x 14’9″ T shape (6.53m x 4.50m Tshape) – A good size central hallway, again finished with quarry tiled floor, feature period staircase rising to first floor, exposed beams to ceiling, single panel radiator, doors to all downstairs accommodation.
Lounge – 18’5″ reducing to 15’5″ x 15’11″ (5.61m reducing t – A good size lounge with the focal point being a feature Inglenook fireplace with oak lintel, finished with oak floor, exposed beams to ceiling, leaded mullion window to front aspect, double glazed door to courtyard garden with windows either side, single panel radiator.
Kitchen – 18′ x 13’3″ max (5.49m x 4.04m max) – The focal point of the kitchen is a large Inglenook fireplace with period lintel and Rayburn. The kitchen has a range of base and eye level units which are in need of modernisation. Double glazed sliding patio doors run the full width of the room opening out onto the rear garden, door to walk in larder, window to front aspect, timber door to side porch, door through to dining room/barn conversion.
Sitting Room – 16’5″ reducing to 14’8″ x 8’9″ (5.00m reducing to – A good size second reception with the focal point being a cast wood burning stove to the gable end wall, windows to three aspects, exposed beams to ceiling.
Study – 10’7″ x 8’9″ (3.23m x 2.67m) – Window to front aspect, exposed beams to ceiling.
Utility Room – 10’6″ x 7’8″ max reducing to 5’4″ (3.20m x 2.34m m – Fitted with work surface to one wall with a tin single drainer sink unit to one corner, window to rear aspect, part glazed timber door to rear aspect, door to:
Cloakroom – 5’9″ x 3’8″ max reducing at one end (1.75m x 1.12m – Fitted with a two piece suite comprising of low level WC and wash hand basin, window to rear aspect.
Dining Room/Barn Conversion – 22′ x 16’11″ (6.71m x 5.16m) – A superb room which could be used for multiple purposes. Of good size the room is given added character by a vaulted 17′ high ceiling with exposed timbers. In addition there is an oak dogleg staircase rising to the gallery room with oak balustrade and again added character with an exposed natural stone wall, double glazed double opening doors open out onto the garden, currently finished with a work surface to one wall with inset sink from reclaimed timbers, two good size storage cupboards either side of the room. Finished with a slabbed floor. Velux skylight to one aspect, window to front aspect, double opening heavy timber doors leading through to the garage. The flooring at the foot of the stairs is oak.
Gallery – 17’1″ x 11’4″ (5.21m x 3.45m) – With angled ceilings to both sides, skylight to rear aspect to one side, exposed beams, accessed via an oak staircase with second window light above.
First Floor Landing – 24’3″ x 6’6″ reducing to 4’6″ (7.39m x 1.98m reduc – Wide board oak flooring, exposed beams to ceiling and two walls, two windows to rear aspect, doors leading to all rooms on this floor.
Bedroom One – 23′ x 16’5″ reducing to 8’8″ (7.01m x 5.00m reduci – A lovely room which retains many of the original period features with wide board timber floor, leaded mullion window to front aspect with timber lintel, exposed beams to ceiling, exposed beams to dressing area which also a second window to front aspect. In addition there is a further mullion window to the gable end wall and dogleg staircase in one corner rising to the second floor attic rooms.
Bedroom Two – 18’7″ x 17′ max reducing at fireplace (5.66m x 5.1 – A large bedroom with stripped pine floor, windows to both front and rear aspects, two radiators.
Bedroom Three – 12’2″ x 9′ plus 9’2″ x 8′ (3.71m x 2.74m plus 2.79 – A double bedroom which is divided by a walkway making an ideal dressing area, again with wide board timber floors, window to front aspect with window seat and window to gable end, exposed beams to ceiling.
Bedroom Four – 12’1″ x 10′ (3.68m x 3.05m) – Stripped pine floor, window to front aspect with window seat, exposed beams to ceiling.
Bathroom – 8’2″ x 5’6″ (2.49m x 1.68m) – In need of modernisation and currently fitted with a three piece suite of panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, window overlooking the garden.
Attic Room One – 22’8″ x 15’5″ (6.91m x 4.70m) – A large attic room which has built in cupboards to the gable end giving this area a wealth of character, exposed stone walls to two sides, given added character by an impressive exposed A frame and bracing and wide board floor, doorway in the centre of the A frame in turns leads to attic rooms two and three.
Attic Room Two – 15’5″ x 12’1″ (4.70m x 3.68m) – With sloping ceilings and again with exposed timbers and purlins and walkway through to attic room three.
Attic Room Three – 15’5″ x 12’6″ (4.70m x 3.81m) – Window in the gable end wall.
Garage – 15′ x 9’9″ (4.57m x 2.97m) – Accessed via twin opening doors, exposed stone walling to two aspects, large window to side, fluorescent strip lighting.
Outside: – The property is accessed via a tarmacadam driveway which provides parking for approximately five vehicles, either side of the driveway is a 4′ timber fence with gated access leading to the rear porch way which is mainly gravelled with a raised flower bed, to one corner is a natural well and also houses the plastic oil tank. To the other side of the driveway the timber fence has gated access leading to the vegetable garden which has numerous raised beds with railway sleeper borders, five steps with railway sleepers in turn lead to the rear garden and there is a timber log store and shed for garden tools to one side. The vegetable garden has 6′ close board timber fencing to two boundaries.
Rear Garden: – Cobbled pathway leading through the lawn to the rear of the property with the remainder laid to lawn with planted flower borders. A good size garden offering a mature feel with a range of mature and semi mature trees and bushes. Enclosed to two boundaries by 5′ brick wall with coping stones, patios sit behind the kitchen with various pathways meandering through the garden. The brick boundary wall also continues part way along the front boundary. The garden is given added character by nature stone walling and also a potting shed with feature arch and timber door.
Front Garden: – Enclosed by a dwarf wall with wrought iron railings, wrought iron pedestrian gate leading to the front door.
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