* A charming cottage in popular village location * Requires some attention. Oil fired central heating * Off road parking, South facing garden * 2 receptions, kitchen/diner, utility, boiler room * 2 bedrooms and family shower room * Many period features
Robbs Lane, Lowick, Northants NN14 3BE
A charming detached period cottage in the heart of the popular and sought-after village of Lowick. There is very spacious living accommodation and many character features. The property requires some modernisation.
A charming detached period village cottage
Many character features, oil fired heating
2 receptions, kitchen/diner, utility, boiler room
2 bedrooms, family bathroom. Updating required
Off road parking, South facing cottage garden
The charming and sought after village of Lowick lies just outside of Thrapston and enjoys some delightful countryside. 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 (9miles), Wellingborough (11miles), 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.
The charming accommodation which retains many character features is arranged over two floors and benefits from full oil fired central heating and briefly comprise:-
The entrance porch with tiled flooring leads to the sitting room which has a large inglenook fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove, tiled flooring, beams to ceiling, enclosed stairs to first floor and deep sill window to the front elevation. An open archway leads to the family/ding room which has parquet flooring, exposed ceiling timbers and deep sill window to the front elevation. Steps and an open archway leads to the kitchen/diner which has a semi vaulted ceiling with exposed cross beams, Welsh slate flooring and traditional range of kitchen units incorporating a Belfast sink, antique Pine kitchen cupboards and a Cream Aga with twin hot plate. There is exposed stone work to one wall and windows to front, side and rear elevations. A rear lobby gives access to the small rear courtyard. The utility ( which formally had a w.c. ) has plumbing for a washing machine and window to the side elevation. The rear hall gives access to the front garden and has an open archway to the pantry/boiler room which houses the oil fired central heating boiler and fitted wall shelving.
On the first floor via stairs and landing with some exposed stone work and window to the rear elevation. Bedroom one has a built-in double wardrobe and window to the front elevation. Bedroom two has exposed flooring and window to the front elevation. The family bathroom comprises a full suite of shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. There is ceramic tiling and glazed window to the rear elevation. The bathroom has not been completed.
To the front of the property there is off road parking . A picket fence and hand gate leads to the cottage style front garden which enjoys a Southerly aspect and is laid mainly to lawn with flower borders, a private patio area and attached open storage housing the oil storage tank.
Sitting room 13;8" x 9'9" min
Family/dining room 13'9" x 8'7"
Kitchen/diner 14'10" x 12'9"
Bedroom one 9'11" x 9'10"
Bedroom two 8'9" x 8'1"
Outgoings Council Tax Band C
Local Authority East Northants District Council
Strictly by appointment with Bletsoes
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