A mews style conversion of former outbuildings to the long-since demolished manor house in this sought after village presenting an ideal canvas for re-imagination and refurbishment on this highly sought after private road. The property offers flexible accommodation over two floors with a gas fired radiator heating system and detached double garage with driveway/parking for three cars. The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, kitchen/diner, steps lead down to a sitting room with open fireplace and patio doors to the garden. Two bedrooms and a refitted shower room are located on the ground floor, with the master bedroom and an ensuite bathroom to the first floor. The garden is south facing and considered private. No onward chain.
Glazed entrance door leading from the front into the entrance porch.
Entrance Porch - Timber entrance door with glazed fanlight into the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - Two windows to the front, radiator, meter cupboard, loft access hatch, doors to two bedrooms, shower room, and kitchen/dining room.
Kitchen/Dining Room - 4.88m x 3.66m max (16'0" x 12'0" max) - Kitchen Area
Fitted with a range of base and eye-level units with worksurfaces above, inset single bowl, stainless steel sink, space for slide-in electric cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall-mounted gas fired central heating boiler with accompanying timer switch, peninsula style divide, tiled splash areas, two windows to front.
Window to the side, radiator, staircase to the first floor landing, square opening and steps leading down to the sitting room.
Sitting Room - 5.05m x 4.27m max (16'6" x 14'0" max) - Sliding patio doors to the rear, further windows to the side, radiator, feature fireplace with timber mantle/surround, cast-iron/tiled inset, slate hearth, TV point, wall-light points.
Bedroom Two - 5.18m x 3.12m max into recess (16'11" x 10'2" max - Window to the rear, radiator.
Bedroom Three - 3.10m x 2.54m max (10'2" x 8'3" max) - Window to the rear, radiator.
Shower Room - Fitted with a three-piece suite in white including low-level WC, wash hand basin and larger than average walk-in shower with thermostatically controlled shower and composite boarding, xpelair, towel warmer, obscured window to the front.
First Floor Landing - Window to the side, door to the master bedroom.
Master Bedroom - 4.52m x 4.29m max (14'9" x 14'0" max) - Window to the rear, radiator, further window to the side, built-in store cupboard, half stairs rising to the ensuite bathroom.
Ensuite Bathroom - Fitted with a three-piece suite comprising low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and corner bath, tiled splash areas, strip light/shaver point, radiator, airing cupboard housing a lagged hot water cylinder with slatted shelf above, door providing easy access to a further large walk-in loft/storage space, obscured window to the side.
Outside - The property is approached via a private road from which access may be gained to the main entrance door or the driveway to the rear.
Driveway - Laid to tarmac, providing off-road parking for three vehicles, vehicular and pedestrian access may be gained via double gates to the rear garden and the detached double garage.
Detached Double Garage - Up and over doors, power and light connected, personal door and window to the rear garden.
Rear Garden - Immediately abutting the rear of the house is a large paved patio area. The remainder of the garden being laid to a combination of lawn, planted borders with a number of maturing trees and enclosed by a combination of walling, fencing and enjoying a southerly aspect. Not considered to be overlooked.
Local Information - Horton is a small village, set 5 miles South East of the county town of Northampton. Local amenities are serviced by the nearby village of Hackleton and in Northampton itself.
Main rail to London Euston in under an hour from Northampton.
M1 at J15 Northampton approx. 6 miles