**BEING SOLD WITH NO UPWARD CHAIN** **VERY SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM FORMER MILL HOUSE** **NUMEROUS OUTBUILDINGS BOTH ADJOINING AND SEPARATE WITH EXCELLENT DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL** **OPEN VIEWS ACROSS COUNTRYSIDE TO TWO SIDES** **QUIET END OF CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION** ** DESIRABLE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE VILLAGE ** ** GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA ** ** OFF ROAD PARKING FOR 5-6 VEHICLES PLUS OPEN FRONTED DOUBLE GARAGE** **TOTAL PLOT EXTENDS TO APPROX. 0.39 ACRE** Fast Find - 12871, Energy Rating - G
Long Buckby Office
5c High Street, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire, NN6 7RE
Telephone: 01327 844 111
Fax: 01327 844 448
**BEING SOLD WITH NO UPWARD CHAIN** **VERY SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM FORMER MILL HOUSE** **NUMEROUS OUTBUILDINGS BOTH ADJOINING AND SEPARATE WITH EXCELLENT DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL** **OPEN VIEWS ACROSS COUNTRYSIDE TO TWO SIDES** **QUIET END OF CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION** ** DESIRABLE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE VILLAGE ** ** GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA ** ** OFF ROAD PARKING FOR 5-6 VEHICLES PLUS OPEN FRONTED DOUBLE GARAGE** **TOTAL PLOT EXTENDS TO APPROX. 0.39 ACRE** Fast Find – 12871, Energy Rating – G
Entered – Glass panel entrance door leading into : -
Entrance Porch – With window to the front aspect and door leading to : -
Lounge – 15′ x13’10 (4.57m x 4.22m) – With a secondary double glazed window to the front aspect with modern electric radiator set under, a main feature of this room is the chimney breast set with open fireplace, stone surround and hearth. There is a glass panel door leading to the staircase and first floor, a door leading into the kitchen breakfast room and a wide step up leading to: -
Dining Room – 14’2 x 13’0 (4.32m x 3.96m) – This good-sized dining room has exposed ceiling timbers, a chimney breast, a secondary double glazed window to the front aspect with modern electric radiator set under, a double glazed window to the rear aspect and a door leading through to: -
Study / Playroom – 13’2 x 11’9 reducing to 9′ (4.01m x 3.58m reducing to 2.74m) – This versatile reception room is currently being used as a home office but has a number of potential uses including playroom, TV room etc. There is a secondary double glazed window to the front aspect with modern electric radiator set under.
Kitchen Breakfast Room – 18’5 x 14’2 (5.61m x 4.32m) – This very spacious kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a very generous range of base, full height and wall mounted cabinets with extensive work-surface over with tiled splash backs and inset with a 1 and a half bowl sink unit. There is a built in dishwasher, a built in fridge/freezer, space for a washing machine, space for an electric cooker and useful additional under-stairs storage space. There is a secondary double glazed window to the front aspect with electric radiator underneath and two double glazed windows to the side aspect. A door leads to: -
Conservatory – 13’0 x 11’0 (3.96m x 3.35m) – Of dwarf brick and Upvc construction, this good-sized conservatory has a tiled floor, double glazed windows to rear and side aspect offering views over open countryside, a large built in storage cupboard and a door leading to: -
Shower Room – 8’2 x 3’5 (2.49m x 1.04m) – This tiled shower room includes a large shower cubicle fitted with thermostatic shower, a pedestal wash basin and low flush WC.
Landing – The stairwell and landing have three double glazed windows to the rear aspect offering open views and doors leading to all first floor accommodation. There is also a modern electric radiator.
Master Bedroom – 25’0 max x 13’0 (7.62m max x 3.96m) – This very spacious dual aspect master bedroom has exposed ceiling timbers, two secondary double glazed windows to the front aspect and a double glazed window to the rear aspect offering open views. There is also a full width range of built in wardrobes with sliding doors and two modern electric radiators. There is potential to further extend this property into the adjoining outbuildings subject to the usual permissions.
Separate Wc – 5’6 x 3’0 (1.68m x 0.91m) – With low flush WC and window to side aspect.
Bedroom Two – 14’0 x 11’0 (4.27m x 3.35m) – This dual aspect double bedroom has a built in wardrobe, a wash hand basin, a secondary double glazed window to the front aspect with modern electric radiator underneath and a double glazed window to the side aspect.
Bedroom Three – 13’11 max x 10’0 (4.24m max x 3.05m) – Yet another double bedroom with two secondary double glazed windows to the front aspect, a modern electric radiator underneath and a built in wardrobe.
Bathroom – 10’4 x 7’7 (3.15m x 2.31m) – This generous bathroom is fitted with a matching white suite comprising panel front bath, pedestal wash basin, double size shower cubicle with electric shower and a built in airing cupboard. There is tiling to the bath and wash basin, a modern electric radiator and there is a double glazed window to the side aspect.
Attached Outbuildings – Attached to the rear of the main residence (please see floorplan) are three adjoining outbuildings. Outbuildings 1 and 2 measure approximately 11’6 x 7’0 and 17’0 x 8’7 respectively. Sitting above these two outbuildings and accessed from outbuilding number 1 is an upper level measuring approximately 14’7 x 11’4 max. There is a third, single storey outbuilding of blockwork construction measuring approximately 17’6 x 7’4. These attached outbuildings offer great potential to further extend the living accommodation of the main residence subject to the usual permissions.
The Telephone Exchange – 28’0 x 10’7 (8.53m x 3.23m) – Set across from the main residence is the former Crick telephone exchange building. This property is of cavity brick and block construction, has double glazed windows to three elevations and is provided with power and light. We feel that this building offers excellent potential for conversion to either a self contained annexe or developed into a stand alone property within it’s own grounds, again subject to the usual permissions.
Gardens – The extensive gardens wrap around both the main residence and the Telephone Exchange offering areas laid to lawn, areas laid to vegetable gardens and borders stocked with a variety of shrubs, plants and trees. There are two small ponds in the area immediately to the front of the main residence and there is a brick based, double glazed greenhouse that adjoins the Telephone Exchange and the gardens are enclosed by hedgerow that still allow uninterrupted views over open countryside to two sides.
Parking – Gated vehicle access at the end of The Derry leads to a gravelled driveway that provides off road parking for five to six vehicles but which could also be easily increased if required. In addition, there is a timber open fronted double garage, set under pitched roof.
Please Note – A public footpath (EM9) runs from the southern point of The Derry cul-de-sac through the grounds of this property and on through the adjacent countryside and then linking up with the end of Marsons Drive. If you require detailed information regarding this then please speak to a member of staff at the Long Buckby office on 01327 844111.
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