4 Double Bedroom Stone Cottage *Semi- Detached *Arranged over Three floors * Grade 2 listed c 1700's* Set in the Heart of the attractive and sought after Village. *Many original features, internal timber beams, wooden floors and exposed stone work* Lounge sitting room, Dining room, Kitchen, Lobby and Utility cupboard, 4 double bedrooms and Family Bathroom with Slipper Bath with Shower over, *Open Landing study area dual aspect bedrooms to the second floor.* *Modern Gas fired Central Heating system.Off road parking, Small cottage garden to front and side.Viewings are highly recommended. No onward chain.
Park Farm Cottage,High Street, Titchmarsh, NN14 3DF
Summary Key features
A Charming Grade 2 listed Cottage
4 Double Bedrooms over 3 floors
Stone built Traditional circa 1700's
Home In the heart of an attractive village.
Lounge Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Lobby utility cupboard,
Principle Bathroom with Slipper Bath, Additional w.c
Two Double Bedrooms to the First floor
Large Landing to the second floor with skylight - currently used as a Study
Two Dual Aspect Double Bedrooms to the second floor
Garden to three aspects front sides including courtyard
Private Driveway accommodating multi vehicular linear Parking
Updated Gas Fired Central Heating
Many original internal features, including - exposed stone walls and Timbers.
Located in the heart of the popular and sought- after village of Titchmarsh. The property is conveniently situated on the Northamptonshire/Cambridgeshire border, approximately 2.5 miles to the east of Thrapston and 6 miles to the south of Oundle. Direct rail services are available from Huntingdon to London Kings Cross (47 mins) and there is good access on to the A14 (junction 13), leading to the M1/M6 and A1(M). Titchmarsh benefits from a village shop, primary school, The Wheatsheaf public house and the Church of St Mary the Virgin. There is an active community within the village, with annual events such as the Titchmarsh Fete and the 10k Road Race & 3k Fun Run, as well as a number of groups and societies, who meet regularly. The nearby market towns of Thrapston and Oundle offer a varied range of shopping facilities including supermarkets, doctors surgeries, hotels and public houses, and various sports clubs. More extensive shopping, leisure and recreational facilities are available at Rushden Lakes (10 miles), with a whole range of services available at the cities of Peterborough (20 miles) and Cambridge (35 miles).
The area enjoys good schooling, with primary education available in Titchmarsh and thereafter at Prince William School in Oundle or at numerous secondary schools nearby. Private education is available at well-respected schools including Oundle, Kimbolton, Wellingborough and Stamford.
Park Farm Cottage occupies a prominent location within the historic and popular village of Titchmarsh.
The property is set within a picket fenced private dual aspect garden which extends to the private gravel driveway and Courtyard to the main entrance. A reception lobby gives access to a concealed Utility store with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, and an updated Gas fired Central Heating Boiler. Timber latch doors which are a feature throughout the property lead to the Kitchen and Dining rooms. The Kitchen enjoys light from two windows to the side elevation. The bespoke fitted timber farmhouse style base units are complimented with polished granite stone-work surfaces with matching upstands and integrated Belfast sink with traditional style mixer tap over. Space and plumbing for a slimline dishwasher (included), space for a range style cooker (electric currently) also included. There is space for a free - standing fridge and freezer also included. The Kitchen also features down lighting to the ceiling and wall mounted radiator. The Dining room has a feature recessed stone fireplace with a traditional cast iron Victorian styled wood burner - gas fired living flame stove. The window to the front elevation provides ample natural light. Further features include exposed beams to the ceiling and timber flooring, Two discreate cupboards provide further storage. Timber latch doors lead to the Lounge sitting room and further entrance hallway with stairs leading to the first floor.
The Lounge Sitting room features a beautiful exposed stone fireplace, with wood burner stove fired by gas living flame, dual aspect windows with exposed timber beams to the walls and ceiling and solid timber flooring, original door to the side courtyard.
The first floor landing, extends to Two double bedrooms and a family three piece fully tiled bathroom with slipper bath , with both hand shower attachment and a fitted shower over with control unit set to the tile wall and Victorian pedestal wash hand basin with matching low level w.c, and heated chrome towel rail to the radiator. A useful further separate w.c has wall mounted wash basin and small under stairs store cupboard. The stairs extend to the first-floor galleried landing space with natural light from the skylight window. This area is currently used as a study/office space. Doors lead to two beautiful double rooms both with dual aspect windows and exposed beams to the ceilings and timber flooring - both rooms offering attractive elevated views across the village.
The front and side Cottage gardens are mainly laid to lawn with an array of shrubs and plants with picket fence to the boundary. The double gated driveway is laid to low maintenance gravel accommodating multiple linear vehicle parking. The low maintenance gravelled area extends to the side courtyard with paving stone foot path and paved area for ideal for a patio table and entertaining guests.
Dining Room 14'3" x 12'8"
Living Room 14'8" x 13'4"
Kitchen 9'1" x 8'6"
Bedroom 10'11" x *8'0" extending to 13'0" to door recess
Bedroom 10'0" x 9'0"
Bedroom 12'5" x 9'10"
Bedroom 12'0" X 9'4"
Bathroom 7'3" x 5'5"
W.c /cloaks 2nd floor
Grade 2 Listed with part double glazing to the loft conversion which was undertaken c 1988/89.
Outgoings Council Tax Band D
*improvement notice - this may be subject to change under new ownership following resale.
Local Authority East Northants District Council
Strictly by appointment with Bletsoe Estate Agents
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Measurements & Other Information
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