Nags Head Lane, Hargrave, Wellingborough


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Nags Head Lane, Hargrave, Wellingborough

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Reference: 12898

**Audio Video Tour - Available** *Sought after village location *Extended property offering SIX ( 4 +2) Bedrooms, *Attached 2 bedroom annex cottage, *Attractive gardens and large plot circa 0.8 acres,*Recently updated with a quality fitted kitchen to the main dwelling,* Three receptions* Four bathrooms, including en-suite to master the bedroom. * Double width garages and stable block/work shop *Large driveway. *Wonderful family home - ideal for accommodating family offering semi-independent living to the annexe* Pretty private and extensive gardens *Early viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

Property Description

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A rare combination of two properties in one title. A substantial family home, with adjoining annex cottage - offering independent living accommodation. Comprising an extended four bedroom home (with recently updated luxury kitchen) and an attached two-bedroom cottage, fully independent of the main property. This versatile property is set within mature gardens of approximately 0.8 acres. Multiple vehicular parking is offered via a generous block paved driveway - leading to detached garages and stables workshop. This wonderful property is well-located - in east Northamptonshire, with excellent road communication links to the surrounding counties of Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.


Located in the pretty and picturesque village of Hargrave on the border of Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire. The property is conveniently located approximately 5 miles to the west of Kimbolton and 7 miles to the east of Rushden. Direct rail services are available to London from St. Neots, Huntingdon, Wellingborough and Kettering with an average journey time of 1 hour 6 mins.
Hargrave is well connected to the local communication network via the nearby B645 with access onto the A6 and the A1. Hargrave benefits from a Children's Day Nursery, All Hallow's Church and a Village Hall, offering a wide range of activities. The nearby towns of Wellingborough and St Neots offer a range of shopping facilities, supermarkets, public houses and various sports clubs. More extensive facilities are available at Rushden Lakes (8 miles) with a first-class shopping experience, lakeside restaurants and multi-screen cinema complex. The area enjoys excellent local and public schooling, with a choice of Kimbolton, Bedford, Wellingborough and Oundle. Within Easy Reach Rushden Lakes: 8 miles Wellingborough: 12 miles St Neots: 13 miles. Northampton: 22 miles.

Train Times to London
St Neots: 45 mins Wellingborough: 50 mins Huntingdon: 63 mins. Luton Airport: 51 miles Stanstead Airport: 60 miles Birmingham Airport : 70 miles


The main 4 bedroom cottage residence is entered via the front elevation. A character timber door with glazed light inset opens to the reception hallway with a feature original brick floor, staircase rising to the first floor, two radiators, wall light points, small under-stairs storage cupboard, two front-aspect obscure double-glazed windows, and communicating doors to a cloakroom w.c. fitted with a two-piece white suite comprising a pedestal wash-hand basin with tiled splashback and low-level w.c. In addition, the room offer storage units, oil-fired boiler, rear-aspect obscure double-glazed window. Further to the hallway a family sitting room of impressive proportions (19' 11" x 19' 8") a feature fireplace adds character and comfort with a wood-burning stove. Further comprising a TV point, two radiators, side- and rear-aspect double-glazed windows and double-glazed door, with side windows opening to the delightful rear garden. The Living/Dining Room offers a spacious and versatile room, ideal for entertaining family and friends, the feature open fireplace adds to the sense of welcome. Further comprising two radiators, oak laminate flooring, rear-aspect double-glazed bow window overlooking the rear garden, further front-aspect double-glazed window, with door leading to a kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has been refitted with a range of high- quality grey shaker-style wall and base units with contrasting black laminate work surfaces. Features of this modern and stylish kitchen include integrated pull-out storage larders, sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over, built-in De Dietrich electric double oven, built-in ceramic hob with concealed extractor fan over, space and plumbing for dishwasher, rear-aspect double-glazed window, rear-aspect composite door leading to the garden, radiator, telephone point. A connecting doorway leads to the Utility room, providing space for tall fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, built-in cupboards providing ample storage space, flooring, radiator, front-aspect double-glazed window, and a wooden door leading to the front of the property provides independent access to the adjoining annex.
2 bedroom cottage (1a Nags Head Lane).
To the first floor, via stairs from the main entrance hall, a good size landing which benefits from high ceilings, ample built-in storage cupboards, two radiators, wall light points, front-aspect double-glazed windows. Communicating doors to: Master Bedroom featuring dual aspect windows with superb views of the gardens, further comprising built-in floor-to-ceiling cupboards providing hanging and storage space, two radiators, side- and rear-aspect double-glazed windows, further built-in cupboard, door leading to the en-suite shower room. Fitted with a white suite, comprising: Pedestal wash-hand basin with tiled splash-back, low-level w.c, double-width shower enclosure with mains-fed shower, radiator, shaver light, side-aspect obscure double-glazed window. Bedroom Two offers a good-sized double bedroom affording a feature cast-iron bedroom fireplace, radiator, rear-aspect double-glazed window overlooking the garden. Bedroom Three offers a double bedroom with radiator and rear-aspect double-glazed window. Bedroom four provides a single bedroom with fitted wall shelves, radiator and front-aspect double-glazed window. Across the landing a generously proportioned and updated family bathroom has been refitted with a modern white suite comprising a vanity basin unit, panelled bath with contemporary mixer tap, low-level w.c, corner shower enclosure with integrated shower valve and a fitted shower, attractive grey textured wall tiling to water-splash areas, heated towel rail, built-in linen cupboard housing the hot-water tank, rear-aspect obscure double-glazed window. Loft access via ceiling hatch.


Attractive and expansive lawn gardens extend to the rear of this considerable plot. Fruit trees add life and further character including plum, apple and cherry trees blossoming wonderfully in Spring. The beautiful gardens are framed with dual aspect views from the main sitting room. In close proximity to the property, a cottage-style garden planting area with patio paving ideal for seating and entertaining family and friends, beyond which is a large ornamental pond. There is also the benefit of a wooden summerhouse and covered log store.


To the front elevation with direct vehicular access to Nags Head Lane - a former stable block, incorporates the addition of three garages and the former stable barn nestles between - providing workshop and part boarded and expansive store space above with access by open rail internal timber stair case. The garages benefit from a large block paved driveway (including access to one drive-through garage) providing further off-road parking and through access to the gardens to the rear.

Principal Measurements - (Main dwelling 1B)
Sitting room 6.06m x 6.00m (19'11 x 19'8")
Dining Room 5.79m x 3.65m (19' x 12')
Kitchen Breakfast Room 4.27m x 3.40m (14" x 11'2")
Utility 3.40m x 1.60m (11' 2" x 5' 3")
Master Bedroom 6.02m x 4.20m (19' 9" x 13' 9")
Bedroom 3.63m x 3.54m (11'11" x 11' 7")
Bedroom Three 3.63m x 3.40m (11' 11" x 11' 2")
Bedroom Four 3.42m (max) x 1.73m (max) (11'3" x 5' 8")


A fully self-contained cottage - attached to the main dwelling, is entered via a wooden door to the hall comprises a telephone point, radiator, side-aspect double-glazed window, built-in utility space with plumbing for washing machine and fitted shelving, with door leading to the shower room, and stairs rising to the first floor. The refitted and fully tiled shower room comprises a pedestal wash-hand basin, low level w.c, with concealed cistern, tiled shower area with electric shower, tiled floor, with obscure double-glazed window to the front elevation. The small but functional open-plan kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units, with work surfaces over, circular sink/ drainer unit with mixer tap over, built-in electric oven and ceramic hob. With space for fridge, under-stairs area with built-in cupboards and space for freezer and existing Oil-fired boiler. The kitchen enjoys a view up the lane through the front facing window. An internal glazed door, leads to the cosy lounge, featuring a brick-built fireplace with wood-burning stove. The room also benefits from fitted book- shelves to the chimney recess, radiator, and a rear-aspect double-glazed window and traditional stable-style door to the rear garden patio. Stairs rise from the hall to the landing with doors to the bedrooms. The master bedroom has feature bedroom fireplace, built-in storage cupboard, radiator, rear-aspect double-glazed window overlooking the garden. The second bedroom has a built-in linen cupboard housing the hot-water tank, radiator, additional built-in storage cupboard and a front-aspect double-glazed window.

Annexe Cottage 1B

Kitchen (3.37m x 2.22m (11' 1" x 7' 3")
Lounge (3.62m x 3.37m (11' 11" x 11' 1")
Master Bedroom (3.37m x 2.00m (11'1" x 6' 7")
Bedroom Two (2.37m x 2.35m (7' 8" x 7' 9")

General Information

Council Tax Band
1a = A.
1b = E.
Local Authority
East Northamptonshire Council


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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