Addington Road, Irthlingborough

£480,000

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Addington Road, Irthlingborough

Sold STC

£480,000

Reference: 13048

* Extended Detached 4 Bedroom Home* Detached Double Tandem length Garage with workshop * Scope for Annex conversion STPP services available * Elevated position with Plot 0.22 Acres (0.9 Hectares) * Four Reception Rooms -Ensuite to Master + Dressing room * Extended Kitchen with Aga Stove * South Westerly facing Garden * Gas fired central heating plus two wood burning multi- fuel stoves * Double glazed windows including garage * Well presented Home - Early Viewings highly recommended

Property Description

Summary
A unique and impressively extended property in an elevated position with annex conversion possibilities STPP. This impressive extended modern 4 bedroom family home enjoys a plot of just shy of a quarter acre (approximately 0.22 acres,/0.9 hectares) offering flexible living design, whilst providing superb accommodation with spacious proportions, 4 reception rooms and 4 Bedrooms, including en-suite to the first-floor master bedroom with dressing room and a further good size family bathroom.

Outside
Attractive landscaped and tiered gardens to the front elevation and double gated driveway to the rear leading to a two garden elevations and a recently constructed (2000) Detached DOUBLE WIDTH & TANDEM LENGTH GARAGE 31'3" X 17'10" with power and light, and existing provision for gas supply, access to water soil pipe which offers potential for conversion to an annex /dwelling STPP.
This is a simply must see property and a rare opportunity to purchase a unique family home. Viewings are highly recommended.

Accommodation
To the ground floor, a light and welcoming entrance hallway through the outer double glazed storm porch. The hall has and majority of ground floor features has light oak skirting and doors and architrave with matching staircase detail to the hand rail and balustrade. A useful understair cupboard provides storage and Oak half glazed doors lead to the reception rooms. Ground floor accommodation features light oak skirting and door frames with matching oak half glazed doors. Of four reception rooms included is a large principal sitting room 20'3 X 13'6", with feature bay window, light Oak engineered flooring and a wonderful Inglenook styled brick fireplace with multifuel wood burning stove. This attractive and spacious dual aspect room has a further window to the side elevation and deep set coving (egg and dart design pattern) to the ceiling adding a further sense of quality a character.

The second and third reception rooms are connected via an archway providing lounge and dining rooms. The dual aspect 2nd reception/lounge has a bay window to the front elevation and window to the side and features a wood burning /multifuel stove. The connecting dining room has a fireplace feature with timber surround and cast-iron fire which could be recommissioned (the chimney is currently capped off.) Single timber glazed door links the kitchen and sliding glazed doors lead to a light and airy sunroom, with double glazed windows facing the patio entertaining area.

The sunroom connects with a small utility/ lobby area with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a cloak w.c with low level w.c and wash hand basin and fully double glazed door providing access from the lobby to the garden. A further internal door gives access to the two- part kitchen connected by an archway.
The kitchen has influences of a farmhouse design and has a good range of wall and base units, with Oak doors and polished dark stone surfaces which extend to a shaped breakfast bar seating area. This surface further accommodates a ceramic Butler sink. Built in appliances include a dishwasher. The farmhouse theme is extended to include glass display wall unit and a free-standing AGA range cooker with attached matching module has a gas burner hob and oven in addition the extension kitchen links to the original kitchen via archway with further wall and base cabinet storage is facilitated. The property benefits from Gas central heating and the boiler is situated in a matching cupboard unit to the main kitchen.

The first-floor landing provides loft access via doors to further accommodation. The master suite is a large room with plentiful light from both side elevation and the dormer window to the front aspect. A connecting dressing room with a number of fully fitted wardrobes has a window to the rear and door to a large en-suite four-piece bathroom. The bathroom is tiled and comprises a corner bath, low level w.c vanity style wash hand basin, set to polished stone surface and a glass corner shower enclosure, with double obscure glazed window to the rear and has a private and attractive fully enclosed lawn garden to the rear. Bedroom two has window to the front elevation and full height sliding fitted wardrobes. Bedroom three has window to the rear and fitted full height wardrobes to the chimney recess plus fully fitted wardrobes and dressing table to the opposite wall. Bedroom 4, has window to the front elevation incorporates a useful cupboard wardrobe, creating an L shape from the door recess. The family bathroom is of good proportions comprising bath mains feed shower, low level w.c, and vanity mounted wash hand basin fully tiled walls and obscure glazed window to the rear garden.

Outside
To the front elevation is attractively tiered and landscaped with two tone brick retaining wall bounding and privacy hedgerow to the corner. A pedestrian gate to paved stone steps leading to the elevated position of the residence with split-level lawn areas and the steps leading to a block paved pathway to the main entrance door. Vehicular parking is accommodated via a shared access road to the side leading to two attractive double gates securing a driveway accommodating multi - vehicular parking, leading to the double length (tandem) detached double width garage with electric roller door power and light plus pipework for gas supply and provision for toilet in the adjoining workshop to the rear. Both the garage and workshop have double glazed windows with the workshop providing access to the south facing garden to the rear. The main garden is laid to lawn with bock paved entertaining patio bounded by timber fencing and post and wire to the side elevations and to the South facing rear aspect hedgerow separate the open farmland field beyond.

The property is a credit to the current owners and in our opinion presented impeccably, therefore early viewings are highly recommended.

Situation
Well connected to the local communication network via the nearby A45 with access onto the A6 and direct rail services to London from Wellingborough and Kettering with an average journey time of 1 hour. The nearby towns of Wellingborough and Rushden offer a range of shopping facilities, supermarkets, public houses and various sports clubs. More extensive facilities are available at Rushden Lakes (3.3 miles) with a first-class shopping experience including free parking and lakeside restaurants.

Principal Measurements
Inner Hallway: - 3.71m x 2.46m (12'2" x 8'1")
Sitting Room: - 5.67m x 4.25m (18'7" x 14'0")
Lounge : - 3.49m x 4.00m (11'5" x 13'1")
Dining Room: - 3.32m x 4.00m (10'11" x 8'3")
Sunroom : - 3.51m x 3.24m (11'6" x 13'1")
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: - 3.81m x 2.74m (12'6" x 9'0")
Kitchen Area (in addition) - 2.40m x 2.41m (7'10" x 7'11")
Utility 2.30m x 2.00m (7'6" x 6'7")
Master Bedroom: - 5.65m x 4.15m (18'6" x 13'7")
Master Dressing Room:- 2.78m x 1.98m (9'1" x 6'6")
En-suite Bathroom - 3.55m x 2.08m (11'8" x 6'10")
Bedroom Two: - 3.37m x 3.97m (11'1" x 13'0")
Bedroom Three: - 3.33m x 3.97m (10'11" x 13'0")
Bedroom Four/Study: - 2.48m x 2.50m (10'11" x 13'0")
Family Bathroom: - 2.22m x 2.46m (8'0" x 8'2")

Double Width -Tandem length Garage: - 9.54m x 5.21m (31'3" X 17'10")
Workshop: - 3.50m x 2.59m max (11'5" x 8'5" max)


General Information
Tenure - Freehold
Outgoings
Council Tax - *Band D
* Improvement indicator - this shows that improvements have been made to the property that might result in the Council Tax band changing if a relevant transaction takes place, for example, if the property is sold.
Local Authority
North Northamptonshire Council

Viewing
All viewings are strictly by appointment only through the seller's agent, Bletsoes - 01832 732188

Money Laundering

To comply with current Money Laundering Regulations, any successful purchaser(s) 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 3 months old). This information is required prior to Solicitors being instructed.

Measurements & Other Information

All measurements are approximate. While we endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, if there is a point which is of particular importance please do contact Bletsoes who will be pleased to check the information for you, particularly if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.

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