Midland Road, Thrapston

£352,000

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Midland Road, Thrapston

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£352,000

Reference: 13176

• Characterful Semi-Detached Home • Well presented – original features • Three Double Bedrooms (3 storey home) • Two reception rooms, cloaks/ w.c • Fitted Kitchen with integrated cooker and hob • Traditional mosaic tile entrance hall with cloaks • Four-piece Bathroom including separate shower • Mature and private garden to the rear • Off road parking suitable for multiple vehicles • Outside store * No onward chain * Awaiting floorplans

Property Description

Summary

Midland Road, Thrapston NN14 4JS

Bletsoes are proud to present this bay fronted traditional Three Bedroom Semi-Detached property. Situated in an elevated position opposite the river Nene. The property has character period features, arranged over three floors benefitting from Gas central Heating and is well presented throughout. Offered in excellent condition with a freehold tenure and no chain.

The property is arranged over three floors with Gas central heating and glazing to timber frame windows. The property generally internally and externally has been well maintained offering good condition throughout.

The property briefly comprises: - Entrance door, leading directly to an attractive period influenced encaustic tile floored hallway with polished timber panelling to the staircase, skirting architrave and doors including cloakroom w.c., Connecting doors from the hallway to sitting room, dining room and kitchen. The front elevation reception features a walk-in bay window and stripped tile flooring. Deep set plaster cornice coving to the ceiling with picture rail detail below, and a feature fireplace has a classic white timber Adams style surround, with clean exposed brick detail into the chimney recess and sandstone tile hearth. Reception two also accessed from the hallway, is currently the reception dining room, with views to the rear garden. An attractive period feature fireplace surround has a build store cupboard to one side of the chimney breast recess. Further doorway from the Victorian mosaic tile hallway opens to the kitchen. The kitchen has attractive fitted wall and base units in a light oak effect, with fitted worksurfaces and tiles to splash areas. Built in appliances include an electric oven and steel profile Gas hob set to the worksurface with integrated stainless-steel finish matching the oven unit. A stainless-steel sink drainer and space and plumbing for free standing washing machine and dishwasher. The kitchen has a window and door to the patio courtyard leading to the garden.

Situation
The small market town of Thrapston offers a varied range of shopping facilities including general stores, supermarket, doctors, hotels and public houses. More major facilities are available in nearby Kettering ( 9 miles), Wellingborough (11 miles), Northampton (20miles) and the regional shopping centre of East Anglia at Peterborough lying just 20 miles from Thrapston. The area enjoys good schooling and communication links including mainline services to London from Huntingdon, Kettering and Wellingborough.


Accommodation

The first-floor accommodation via the stairs from the main entrance hallway, with connecting landing gives access to the three double bedrooms, The bedroom to the front aspect has stripped pine flooring, feature cast iron fireplace. The four- piece family bathroom comprises a panel bath, glass framed separate shower enclosure, wall mounted shower, low-level w.c, wash hand basin, tiled walls to the wet areas, obscure glaze window, and attractive stripped polished timber light pine flooring. Bedroom two has two attractive white timber crafted wardrobes built in either side of the chimney recess and inset cast iron decorative fireplace and window to the rear aspect. Bedroom three is a generous loft conversion to the 2nd floor, benefitting from double glazed windows.

Outside the garden is mainly laid to a well-maintained lawn with mature shrubs providing excellent privacy to the rear boundary.

A substantial brick barn offers substantial storage. The front garden gives side access to the rear and a good-sized driveway is suitable for parking for a number of cars while the property enjoys an elevated position with views toward the river Nene.

General Information

Tenure Freehold

Outgoings Council Tax Band C.

Local Authority North Northants District Council
Viewing
Strictly by appointment with Bletsoe Estate Agents

Money Laundering
To comply with current Money Laundering Regulations, any successful purchaser/purchasers 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 three 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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