House for sale in Northamptonshire, United Kingdom - 3 results

32 Westhorp Greatworth
On entering the property you are in an entrance porch with useful cupboard and a door into the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and door to the lounge. A lovely spacious room with windows to the front and glazed doors onto the dining room. Dining room is a lovely bright room with DG windows and by-fold doors leading out onto the garden. The dining room follows into the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a range of eye level and base level cherry oak coloured units with worksurfaces over, integrated dishwasher, inset spotlights and under cabinet lighting. From the kitchen there is a door into the utility which is also fitted with eye and base units and has plumbing and space for appliances a door to the exterior and cloakroom. On the first floor you will find a Master Bedroom with En-suite double shower, built in vanity units and spot lighting. Three further double bedrooms, a family bathroom with sunken deep bath and vanity units. There is also a study/nursery room. To the exterior the property has a driveway giving off road parking and leading to the garage. The rear garden extends to two sides and has an array of mature planting and a patio adjacent the property.
Approximately a 90-minute drive or an hour's train journey away from central London, this four-bedroom home on a residential estate on the western edge of Northampton could make a viable base for a growing family on the fringes of the capital's commuter belt. However, with so many amenities nearby, the property doesn't really need to rely on its proximity to London as its only selling point. From a family perspective, all the fun of the fair is available just down the road at Billing Aquadrome. The Riverside Retail Park should satisfy most shopaholics while motorsport fans will probably be making a note of the proximity of Silverstone, no more than half an hour away by car. Location Cavendish Drive lies just off the Nene Valley Way, linking Northampton with the M1 making commuting by road comparatively simple. However, the Abington Meadows Nature Reserve and Abington Park nearby offer plenty of opportunity for walking while, if you're a fan of �a good walk spoiled�, the Delapre Public Golf Course is only a short drive away. Nearby schools include Bridgewater Primary � judged as �good� in its latest Ofsted report � while Northampton School for Boys (which also takes girls in the sixth form) has been rated �outstanding�. Northampton General Hospital is also within easy reach, offering an A&E department, maternity unit, paediatric unit and cardiology among its services. Exterior The property is fronted by a block-paved off-street parking area, leading to the integral single garage and entry via the front door. The enclosed, private rear garden, laid mostly to lawn, is surrounded by green boundaries including mature shrubs and plants. Double doors from the conservatory and another separate door from the kitchen lead onto a pleasant paved quarter-circle patio area, edged by low stone kerbing. Interior Access to the property is via the front door which leads into a hallway with stairs to the first floor and internal doors opening into the downstairs WC to the left, the lounge to the right and kitchen ahead. The lounge boasts wood effect flooring which continues into the equally spacious dining room, separated by double glass-panelled doors. A uPVC door opens onto the tiled conservatory which runs across the back of the property. Currently used as a playroom, the space also leads into a separate utility room with sink and drainer. The modern, U-shaped fitted kitchen boasts wood base and wall units; wood-effect work tops; a stainless steel sink with rinse basin, drainer and mixer taps; an integrated gas hob and space and plumbing for a dishwasher. The tiled floor is complemented by tiled splashbacks above all the work spaces with an internal door giving access to the dining room. The stair to the first floor lead to a landing with internal doors leading into all three double bedrooms � one currently used as a reading room � a single bedroom and the tiled house bathroom, with a heated towel rail, bath, low level WC and sink. In our opinion only a viewing would give a prospective buyer a true sense of the size and versatility of a spacious property ideal for a growing family. Dimensions GROUND FLOOR: LOUNGE: 15' 11� (4.85m) x 11' 10� (3.61m) DINING ROOM: 13' 0� (3.95m) x 8' 2� (2.48m) KITCHEN: 12' 2� (3.72m) x 8' 3� (2.52m) CONSERVATORY: 19' 7� (5.98m) x 8' 3� (2.52m) UTILITY ROOM: 7' 10� (2.38m) x 7' 8� (2.34m) FIRST FLOOR: BEDROOM 1: 13' 11� (4.24m) x 8' 8� (2.64m) BEDROOM 2: 12' 10� (3.92m) x 8' 8� (2.64m) BEDROOM 3: 9' 8� (2.94m) x 9' 2� (2.79m) BEDROOM 4: 101 4� (3.14m) x 91 2� (2.79m) Disclaimer These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.
Middleton Cheney
25 Dands Drive Middleton Cheney
Entering the property you are met with a spacious hallway with the stairs to the first floor, storage cupboard and doors to the groundfloor rooms. The lounge is located at the front of the property and is a well placed room for furniture. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of units and arranged to give a natural dining area with a window over looking the rear garden. Also on the groundfloor is a very useful cloakroom. On the first floor there are two generous double bedrooms, a good single room and a refitted family bathroom. The exterior has a front garden mainly laid to lawn with a path to the front door. The rear garden has a patio, lawn and parking space with double gates.