This very attractive Victorian period end of terrace house provides spacious three bedroomed accommodation arranged over four floors including a basement cellar together with a 35 ft through lounge/dining room and 15ft long kitchen. The house stands at the top of Glasgow Street at the junction with Holyrood Road in Dallington and is a very attractive landscaped south west facing walled rear garden. The vendors have found another house beyond which there is no upward chain.
Approached through a panelled front door the hall has a corniced ceiling and there is an inset mat well and the stairs rise to the first floor and a door gives access to :-
25'04 x 11'01 widening to 11.07 (7.72m x 3.38m widening to 0.28m)
A spacious through room with a uPVC double glazed three casement bay window to the front elevation, the lounge has a corniced ceiling and a open hearth fireplace with a cast iron log burner with mock Oak mantle above. There is a wall mounted TV point and exposed pine floorboards with an archway leading through to the dining area where there are integrated wall shelves and a further window overlooking the rear garden.
15'03 x 7'11 (4.65m x 2.41m)
Fitted with IKEA freestanding units incorporating a double bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, floor cabinets and fitted wall cabinets. There are hardwood work surfaces, plumbing for automatic washing machine and point for tumble dryer and there is a SMEG stainless steel range cooker with a six place gas hob beneath a Baumatic stainless steel and glass cooker hood. There are ceramic tiled splash areas and an attractive maple strip floor with French doors opening to the landscaped rear garden. Understairs access leads to:-
14'05 x 10'09 (4.39m x 3.28m)
Tanked and lined by the present owner with central heating radiator, TV point and media shelf and with a high level window to the front elevation.
9'09 x 5'02 (2.97m x 1.57m)
Containing the stairs rising to the first floor and with an understairs storage cupboard, there are stripped pine doors giving access to:-
14'00 x 11'0 (4.27m x 3.35m)
With twin fitted wardrobes either side of the open hearth cast iron fireplace (not in use). This room has an exposed pine floor and two casement windows to the front elevation.
11'10 x 8'05 (3.61m x 2.57m)
With a louvred wardrobe and integral shelving there is a two casement window overlooking the rear garden.
15'01 x 7'11 (4.60m x 2.41m)
A well proportioned room with a white suite of Victorian style roll top bath on ball and claw feet with side mixer tap. There is a pedestal wash basin and WC with high level cistern as well as a Quadrant shower cubicle with Burlington style rain shower. The bathroom has a Brampton Chase antique silvered Oak style floor, a shaver socket and light and a heated towel rail as well as windows to both side and rear elevations.
14'00 x 11'02 minimum (4.27m x 3.40m minimum)
A very attractive room with a vaulted ceiling and a hipped gable measuring 6'4 x 4'4 with a window to the front elevation and providing space for a fitted dressing table and drawer. There is a hatch to the eaves space.
The landscaped rear garden has the useful facility of a side pedestrian gate from Holyrood Road and there is an external water tap and floor lighting. The garden is approached by a timber sun deck which leads onto a York stone terrace around which there are well stocked flower borders with mature shrubs, a gravelled border and traditional red brick boundary walls and timber fencing. The garden faces in a south westerly direction enjoying a sunny aspect and there is a log store and timber garden shed.
Mains drainage, gas, water and electric are connected.
The exterior of the property was redecorated during lock down and the roof has been overhauled with replacement lead soakers and the property is presented in very good order throughout.
Northampton Borough Council - Band B
There are a number of shopping facilities including Supermarkets, Banks, a Bakery, and Post Office with further facilities located in Northampton town centre. A bus service runs from the Weedon Road to the town centre. Northampton's Castle Station provides a mainline service to London Euston and is situated within half a mile. Motorway access to the M1 is via the A4500 Weedon Road, west to Junction 16 and the A508 London Road south to Junction 15.
HOW TO GET THERE
From Northampton town centre proceed in a westerly direction along the A4500 to the centre of St James and at the traffic lights bear right onto the A428 /Harlestone Road. Proceed over the next set of traffic lights where the Aldi supermarket on the right hand side and carry on up the hill towards Dallington park. Take a left turning into Holyrood Road and proceed to the end of the road turning left into Glasgow Street where the property stands immediately on the right hand side.
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