Key features * Detached Period Home * Sought-after village location. Plot extends well over 0.25 Acres. * Potential for Barn Conversion STPP - Via Additional Former Farm Building * 4 +1 Double Bedrooms (plus connecting Nursery Room/Study.) * 3 Reception Rooms - Including 18ft X 13 ft Conservatory. * Kitchen/Breakfast room. * Family Bathroom & En-suite to Master Bedroom. * Private driveway and large mature secluded garden. * Double Glazed windows (white aluminum) Gas fired Heating. * Garaging ( Oversize Double) * Multi-fuel and wood burning stove to main reception room. * Large mature garden and generous driveway. * Well presented and well maintained home * Viewings are highly recommended.
A spacious and characterful 4+ Double Bedroomed Detached Home. Historically a former wheelwright's workshop converted to an impressive home of stone construction with brick interior under a slate tile roof, nestling in the heart of the village of Brigstock, sitting in excess of a 1/4 of an acre plot.
Believed to be circa 18th century, this charming property is set back from the main road. Approached via a private and sizable gravel driveway to the property. Arranged over two floors the property benefits from double glazing and gas fired central heating to all the accommodation with the addition of a multi-fuel and wood burning stove to the main reception room.
In addition to this spacious family home, attached double garages offer both power with consumer unit and light ideal for usage as a workshop.
A second building to the rear of the plot, potentially offers a development opportunity STPP with immediate access to Kennel Hill Road. The substantial stone under tile ancillary former farm building has a stone open fronted store barn opposite used currently as a woodstore and small courtyard. There are double gates for access to the rear of the main garden and directly next to the ancillary building.
The popular and sought-after village of Brigstock lies just 7 miles from Thrapston and is one of the few local villages still with a range of village shops, doctors' surgery and primary school. The nearby towns of Thrapston, Corby ( 5 miles ), Kettering ( 10 miles ), Uppingham ( 14 miles ) and Stamford ( 18 miles ) all offer an excellent range of shopping facilities, professional services, schools and recreational facilities. The village enjoys good access to the local communication network including A14, A43 and mainline rail services from both Corby and Kettering.
A welcoming entrance hallway, gives access to the ground floor accommodation, including the dual aspect Kitchen/Breakfast room, with fitted wall and base units with black polished stone surfaces extending to a seating peninsula. The stainless sink drainer is set to the matching polished stone surfaces extending to the deep recessed window. A double width fridge and further appliances are included, namely a freestanding cooker and a modern Aga range, which requires maintenance and a part to return to full working order. The kitchen enjoys light from front and rear elevation windows and a part glazed door to the garden. The connecting side lobby has doors to utility room - with wall and base units and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. The utility further incorporating cloakroom/w.c, is also part tiled to accommodate a future ground floor wet room. A connecting door from the lobby, extends to an impressive formal dining room, with French doors to a bespoke high quality double glazed spacious conservatory with plumbed heating.
Directly from the main entrance hallway, the principal lounge sitting room is a welcoming and generously proportioned dual aspect reception room, with parquet flooring and a stone fireplace and hearth and multi-fuel /wood burning stove.
The first-floor landing has two windows providing views across the rear elevation garden and provides direct access to four rooms and the family bathroom. There are four double Bedrooms and an additional connecting lounge/ study / nursery room, leading to the Master Bedroom.
The Master Bedroom is an irregular shaped room of large proportions, featuring walk in wardrobe and double storage cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, with door to a dedicated en-suite bathroom. Two large windows from this bedroom provide views to the attractive rear elevation garden.
The approach is via a well- maintained gravel driveway with planted border, leading to the house and double width (plus) garaging. Access to one side leads to the rear elevation landscaped garden, with a paved patio area and extensive lawn, with number of mature trees and shrubs. This considered garden is highly private and fully enclosed.
To the rear boundary of the plot, is the ancillary stone building, which may be suitable for other purposes including possible development subject to planning permission. It is believed (by the current vendor) this building had consent, approximately 25 years ago (now lapsed) for conversion to a two-storey 3 Bedroom dwelling. We advise prospective buyers to conduct your own research in this matter at their own time and expense as we do not imply this as a matter of fact. Any change of use will be subject to planning permission (STPP) being granted.
Hallway (including staircase) 13'8 x 9'7 (4.16m x 2.13m)
Reception Lounge: 21'2 x 15'7 (5.24m x 4.03m)
Dining: 15'10 x 13'3 (4.83m x 2.71m)
Conservatory Garden Room 18'4 x 13'1 (5.60m x 4.00m)
Kitchen/Breakfast:15'7 x 12'8 (4.74 x 3.86)
Utility: 9'3 x 8'8 (2.82m x 2.63m)
Bedroom 1: 22'2 x 15'0 (max) irregular shape (6.76m x 4.86m)
Lounge area /Nursery/Study 10'3 x 9'7 (3.12m x 2.92m)
Bedroom 2: 16'5 x 12'7 (5.04m x 3.83m)
Bedroom 3: 13'0 x 9'4 (3.96m x 2.85m)
Bedroom 4: 13.0 x 10'0 (3.96m x 3.06m)
Bathroom 6.6 x 6'0 (1.99m x 1.92m)
Double Garage 26'6 x 13'11 (8.07m x 4.0m) irregular shape sizes approximated
Ancillary Building: General Exterior 878 sq.ft (GEA) estimated 1250sq.ft over two floors General Internal Area (GIA) approximated. 36'0 x 12'0 (11.01m x 3.69m
The property is situated within a conservation area. Wayleave agreement applies to the electricity power line to the front of the driveway.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Gas fired boiler servicing radiators.
Outgoings: Council Tax Band E.
Local Authority: North Northants District Council
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Measurements & Other Information
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