This attractive brick and slated cottage occupies a superb elevated position in the extremely popular village of East Haddon and enjoys extensive views over rolling Northamptonshire countryside to the front and rear of the property. This is a rare find. An affordable house with great potential in this extremely pleasant village. It really is Location, Location Location.
The house would suit either first time buyers or those looking for a house within this particular village.
The property has a number of period features including some stripped doors and floors. Additional benefits include full gas radiator central heating and double glazed windows throughout.
East Haddon is situated approximately eight miles north west of Northampton and less than four miles from Long Buckby railway station with services to London Euston and Birmingham New Street. East Haddon is considered to be one of the countys' most sought after villages. It has an active village community including a cricket club, tennis club, village hall and the East Haddon Players village drama group. The Red Lion hotel and restaurant is particularly popular and situated in the village. Educational facilities include a popular pre school and primary school in the village whilst East Haddon is in the Guilsborough school catchment area for secondary education. The historic stately homes of Althorp and Holdenby Hall are both situated nearby. The Northamptonshire County golf course is siuated within easy driving distance whilst fly fishing is available at the nearby Ravensthorpe and Pitsford reservoirs. For dog walkers, ramblers and nature lovers there are a range of easily accessible country walks over the nearby countryside.
The accommodation, in more detail, comprises:
Accessed via glazed front door with stripped timber door into lounge, dog leg staircase to first floor and double radiator.
Feature tiled fireplace with timber mantel and surround. Understairs cupboard. Double glazed window to front aspect. Double panel radiator.
Range of timber wall and base units with inset composite sink and drainer unit and roll top work surfaces. A range of free standing appliances are included comprising cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Feature brick fireplace with fitted logburner. Two double glazed windows to rear aspect. Double panel radiator. Half glazed door into:
Rear door to garden. Double glazed window to rear aspect.
Double glazed window to to front aspect with far reaching views over open countryside. Double radiator. Stripped timber floor and door.
Double glazed window to rear with uninterrupted views over rolling Northamptonshire countryside. Timber door. Double panel radiator.
Comprising white suite of panelled bath with telephone shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and separate shower cubicle. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Double panel radiator. Timber door. Half tiled walls and ceramic tile floor.
There is a front garden fronting Church Lane laid mainly to lawn with mature hedging and fenced boundaries.
The rear garden is split into two areas. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a small lawned area with hedged and fenced boundaries leading to a rear pathway providing access to a good sized brick built store.
Beyond the path is a further lawned area with maturing trees, small garden pond and block paved patio area. A particular feature of the property are the beautiful, private and peaceful views over open countryside from a second slabbed patio area located at the bottom of the garden.
There is off road parking for two cars available off Church Lane.