The property is listed Grade II as a building of architectural or historic interest and is believed to date from the early 18th century and now provides accommodation totalling approximately 2700 sq ft.
3.07m x 2.31m (10'1 x 7'7)
Approach through a panel front door the hall has a terracotta floor with stairs rising to the first floor and further doors leading to
5.21m x 4.62m (17'1 x 15'2)
A spacious room underneath a beamed ceiling with a shuttered casement window with a window seat to the front elevation and an open inglenook fireplace (not in use) there are fitted floor and wall cabinets a ceramic tiled floor a boiler cupboard and a hatch with counter top opening to :-
5.11m x 2.46m (16'9 x 8'1)
Fitted with shaker style floor and wall cabinets with polished hard wood work surfaces incorporating Belfast sink and a stainless steel range cooker and microwave. There is a Hotpoint two door larder fridge integrated dishwasher and the ceiling is part vaulted with exposed roof trusses and bullet roof lights. A folding door gives access to rear court yard garden.
2.54m x 0.91m (8'4 x 3'0)
With a suite of WC with high level cistern and bracket wash basin.
4.55m x 3.96m (14'11 x 13'0)
With an open hearth fire place this room has exposed beams and stud work a shuttered window with window seat to the front elevation and an archway going to :-
5.44m x 3.81m (17'10 x 12'6)
A room with generous proportions with an open hearth fireplace and storage cupboard and with French doors opening to the court yard garden.
Approach by a flight of stone steps which gives access to a pantry measuring 7'3 x 3'9 and lead on to the cellar which has a work bench and a window to the front elevation.
3.61m x 0.86m (11'10 x 2'10)
With staircase leading to the rear wing of the house and the main staircase continuing to the upper floor.
2.95m x 2.92m (9'8 x 9'7)
With a three casement window overlooking the rear garden.
3.94m x 2.18m (12'11 x 7'2)
With a white suite of roll top bath with side taps and ball and claw feet there is a shower suite a WC and a pedestal wash basin a secondary boiler cabinet and window to rear elevation.
3.78m x 2.13m (12'5 x 7'0)
With the stairs continuing to the second floor and doors giving access to :-
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE
4.72m x 4.29m (15'6 x 14'1)
With exposed wall studding open cast iron fireplace a three casement window with window seat to the front elevation.
SHOWER ROOM EN SUITE
2.18m x 1.68m (7'2 x 5'6)
With ceramic shower cubicle WC with high level cistern pedestal wash basin and vertical heated towel rail.
4.67m x 3.96m (15'4 x 13'0)
Also with open hearth fireplace wall studding a shuttered window with window seat and a range of open fronted wardrobes with drawers.
2.39m x 2.29m (7'10 x 7'6)
With a shuttered window to the front elevation with window seat.
3.35m x 2.24m (11'0 x 7'4)
With exposed Purlin timber and doors :-
4.72m x 3.40m (15'6 x 11'2)
Another generous double room with a two casement dormer window to the front elevation and open fronted storage to one wall.
3.86m x 3.45m (12'8 x 11'4)
With open fronted storage two casement dormer window with archway to :-
2.34m x 1.80m (7'8 x 5'11)
With separate access door to the landing.
The rear court yard garden is laid to Indian stone and there are double leaf gates leading to a footpath at the side. There is an open fronted storage loggia and a gate leads to flight steps giving access to an upper level terrace also laid to Indian stone the whole bounded by a stone boundary wall. This terrace leads to :-
5.59m x 5.26m (18'4 x 17'3)
Connected to the rear of the property this room has a superb vaulted ceiling over an Oak a frame roof truss and the room is ideal for use as a studio or work from home office with secure entry phone (not tested) ample power sockets (not tested) and an exposed brick chimney breast.
LOCATION AND HOW TO GET THERE
Finedon is a thriving East Northants community with an historic Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin a village green and tennis courts a country park and a variety of local services including petrol station village store antiques shop and other local services. The town stands on the main A6 trunk road connecting Kettering to Rushden and is also convenient for access to the Rushden Lakes retail park and the town of of Wellingborough. The A14 A1/M1 link road stands approximately 5 miles to the North of the town at Burton Latimer. This property stands on the western side of the High Street in the heart of the village.
North Nothamptonshire Council - Band E
Main drainage gas water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from two individual Vailant fired boilers.