A fantastic opportunity to purchase an executive four bedroom detached situated in the popular village of Kislingbury in Northamptonshire. The property is one of 18 executive homes located on a private estate built-in 2013. The property presents a modern interior comprising an entrance hall, dining room, study, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, WC, utility and an attractive sunroom which overlooks the rear garden. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, a family bathroom and ensuite to the master bedroom. The property benefits from a double detached garage with of road parking in front and pedestrian access leads to a private west facing rear garden.
Entered via a composite front door, there are stairs rising to the first floor with doors to an understairs storage cupboard, attractively presented with Karndean floor which flows throughout most of the ground floor and double doors leading to:-
3.28m x 3.02m (10'09 x 9'11)
A two casement window to the front elevation with a radiator below. This room is carpeted which is currently used as an office.
3.02m x 1.93m (9'11 x 6'04)
With a window to the side elevation, this is a perfect space for a home office with telephone points connected.
1.80m x 1.17m (5'11 x 3'10)
Suite comprising of WC, hand wash basin and window to the sun room.
5.79m x 3.48m (19'00 x 11'05)
An open plan room with a variety of low level and eye level units, white quartz worktops and upstands, downlighting, integrated five ring gas hob with extractor above, double oven, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is a sunken stainless steel sink and drainer with a chrome tap overlooking a two casement window to the side elevation. There are TV points connected with space for a breakfast table and a door leading to:-
1.80m x 1.57m (5'11 x 5'02)
A continued theme with floor and wall mounted storage cabinets, white quartz worktop, space for a washer/dryer and a door leading to the rear elevation.
5.23m x 3.10m (17'02 x 10'02)
Windows and double doors leading to the rear patio. There is an attractive exposed stone wall, TV points connected and double doors leading to:-
6.02m x 3.53m (19'09 x 11'07)
Bay window to the front elevation, carpet fitted, TV and telephone points connected, a door leading back through to the entrance hall and patio door leading to the sun room.
3.38m x 3.05m (11'01 x 10'00)
A galleried landing with a window to the front elevation, access to an airing cupboard containing a Flowmaster water tank and tri cylinder. There are doors leading through to:-
5.31m x 3.61m (17'05 x 11'10)
Window to the front and rear elevations, space for a king-sized bed, carpet fitted and access to a built-in wardrobe and door leading through to:-
1.88m x 1.75m (6'02 x 5'09)
Suite comprising of shower, WC, hand wash basin, heated hand rail, walls are fully tiled with a window to the rear elevation.
3.51m x 3.07m (11'06 x 10'01)
Windows on each side overlooking the rear garden, space for a double bed with carpet fitted.
3.07m x 2.72m (10'01 x 8'11)
Windows to the front elevation with space for a double bed.
3.07m x 2.51m (10'01 x 8'03)
Window to the side elevation. This room is currently used as a walk-in wardrobe but is suitable for a double bed.
2.13m x 2.06m (7'00 x 6'09)
Suite comprising of bath with shower over, half tiled walls, WC, hand wash basin, heated hand rail and window to the rear elevation.
An attractive west facing rear garden with paved patio providing seating area. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with pedestrian access to:-
DOUBLE DETACHED GARAGE
With up and over doors to the front elevation, storage to the eaves. The is off road parking in front of the garage for multiple vehicles.
The side garden is a private space which benefits from a very sunny aspect.
Mainly laid to lawn with paved patio leading to the front door.
Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected.
South Northamptonshire - Band F
Within the village of Kislingbury there is a Church of England Church, two Public Houses, Post Office/General Stores, Village Hall, Recreation Ground and the Cromwell Cottage Restaurant. There is an excellent primary school within the village and access to great Independent schools within a short drive. Nearby marinas provided cruising and fishing on the Grand Union Canal. M1 access is at junction 15a and 16, approximately two miles distant and there is a mainline rail service to London Euston from Northampton Castle Station.
HOW TO GET THERE
From Northampton proceed in a westerly direction along the A4500 Weedon Road passing through Sixfields and at the roundabout junction with Upton Way continue straight on to the A45 dual carriageway signposted toward junction 16 of the M1 motorway. Continue out of the town passing through the successive sets of traffic lights and at the Kislingbury turn roundabout turn left signposted into the village of Kislingbury along High Street. Proceed along this road through the village and bear right onto Bugbrooke Road. Take your first left onto Watts Close where the property can be found on the left hand side.