This fine individual modern detached bungalow stands in an idyllic rural location on the outskirts of the village of Harlestone and enjoys spectacular views to the rear over the surrounding countryside. The property has been very well maintained by the present owners and offers three bedroomed accommodation, together with a re-fitted shower room and separate cloakroom, two reception rooms, kitchen, utility room and an attached double garage. The property stands in well stocked lawned gardens giving an excellent degree of privacy. The property has potential to extend, creating a another floor with the relevant planning permission.
Approached through a double glazed front door, the hall leads to a further glazed door giving access to:-
17'04 x 13'08 (5.28m x 4.17m)
A well proportioned through room with views over the rear garden to the fields beyond, there is an electric fuel log burner and a TV point. There is a window to the front elevation and a sliding double glazed patio door to the rear terrace. An archway leads to:-
17'08 x 8'11 (5.38m x 2.72m)
With a three casement window to the front elevation, this room connects the living room to the inner hallway giving access to the bedrooms and also has a door leading to:-
11'04 x 9'07 (3.45m x 2.92m)
With oak fronted floor and wall cabinets incorporating a single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over and appliances of low level oven with four place electric hob beneath a concealed cooker hood. There is also a built-in fridge, ceramic tiled splash areas, a window to the front elevation and a boiler cupboard. A panel glazed door leads to:-
7'09 x 4'11 (2.36m x 1.50m)
With further floor and wall cabinets with laminated working surfaces and stainless steel sink unit, there is plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a point for a tumble dryer. A PVCu double glazed door gives access to the side walkway leading to the rear garden.
7'09 x 4'06 (2.36m x 1.37m)
Comprising a suite of pedestal wash basin and WC and ceramic tiling from floor to ceiling. Window to side elevation.
21'10 x 3'02 (6.65m x 0.97m)
With roof void access hatch and doors leading to:-
12'02 x 9'11 (3.71m x 3.02m)
Standing at the rear of the property with a window overlooking the garden, this room has a range of built-in wardrobes with shelving and hanging space. There is a TV point.
11'06 x 9'06 (3.51m x 2.90m)
Another double bedroom with a three casement window overlooking the rear garden and views beyond, there is also a built-in wardrobe with mirror fronted sliding doors, shelving and hanging space.
11'06 x 9'06 (3.51m x 2.90m)
Again with a range of fitted wardrobes with mirror fronted doors, this room has a two casement window overlooking the garden to the side.
7'09 x 6'02 (2.36m x 1.88m)
A white suite of quadrant integrated shower cubicle, half counter top wash basin and WC with concealed cistern, there are ceramic tiled splash areas, a stainless steel vertical heated towel rail and a window to the side elevation.
The property stands back from Glebe Lane behind a well stocked front garden with a variety of mature shrubs and there is a private gravelled drive with parking for multiple vehicles and the attached double garage.
15'09 x 15'09 (4.80m x 4.80m)
Approached through an up and over door, the garage has light and power connections, a window and personal door leading to the rear garden.
Glebe lane is a private unadopted road and the residents had new tarmac service laid in 2016, there is an ongoing maintenance contribution for future repairs. The contribution from the owner of Arran is £75.45 per annum.
Main water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from a Vaillant Liquid Propane Gas fired boiler. Drainage is to a private septic tank. The property also benefits from replacement PVCu double glazing. (None of these services has been tested).
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio and borders containing a variety of mature shrubs and flowers and bounded by established hedging. To the rear of the garage there is a timber garden store and an aluminium framed greenhouse and where the side access leads to the front garden there is an external water tap.
Daventry District Council - Band D
The Fox & Hounds public house stands in Lower Harlestone where there is also the Harlestone Primary School. Lower Harlestone is also the home of Northampton Golf Club, secondary education is also available at Moulton County School and preparatory education at nearby Spratton and Maidwell Hall. M1 access is to junction 16 Northbound and to junction 15a Southbound and there are aril connections at Northampton Station (London Euston 56 minutes) and travelling North via Long Buckby station calling at Rugby, Coventry, Birmingham International Airport and Birmingham New Street.
HOW TO GET THERE
Within the village there is a Village Hall and recreation ground as well as the Parish Church of St. Andrew, the Fox and Hounds Public House, the Harlestone Primary School and the Northampton Golf Club. Secondary education is at Moulton School. M1 access is to Junction 16 north bound and to Junction 15a south bound.
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