Thorpe Waterville, Kettering

Beds 5 Baths3

£559,000

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1 Thorpe Court is one of a select development of five conversions, formerly barns and workshops belonging to Lilford Hall, and converted in the 1990's to substantial detached residences.
This unique property is situated in the charming village of Thorpe Waterville. Aside from the access to the beautiful surrounding countryside the village boasts a pub/restaurant, and a very strong sense of community spirit that makes village life so appealing.
Thorpe Court is situated on the A605 between Thrapston and Oundle and is extremely private with large hedges and mature trees screening each property. It offers over 330 square metres of versatile living accommodation representing amazing value for money! To make the most of the far -reaching views, the floor plan is currently in an 'upside down' style. The space is flexible and could easily be arranged differently if required. The property needs some cosmetic updating and the buyers' imagination can run wild with how to use the multiple rooms! One room is large enough to house a full-size snooker table, two pianos and a double bass without a squeeze - this could easily become a studio, a music room, a business space. The 'wow factor' of this home is its size inside and out.

Entrance Hall

A covered porch-way leads into an impressive reception hall with flagstone flooring. The staircase, which is central to the room, rises to the first floor. A door across the hall allows access to the rear garden and there is another door into the useful utllity and boot room.

Utility Room (2.53 2.35)

The flagstone flooring continues in this room, which provides storage with wall and base units, a stainless steel sink and drainer, space for a tumble dryer, washing machine and a fridge/freezer. It is also used as a boot room, perfect for those wellies after walking in the neighbouring fields.

WC/Cloakroom

There is also a door leading to a side lobby with cloakroom/WC. From here a glass panelled door leads into what could easily become an annex or office space. The cloakroom has a low level WC and wash hand basin.

Family Room/Annex (7.52 x 7.38)

This huge room, offering 50 square metres of flexible living space has bay windows to the front and a separate access door opening to the side of the covered porch-way. French doors open to the garden and there is an adjoining bedroom with en-suite shower room. This room has previously been used as a snooker room, music room and library. Equally, it could be used as a separate annex with its own entrance near the front porch. It is very light and bright with the large windows facing south. The space is very versatile and would make a great party room!

Bedroom Two with En-suite (3.25 x 3.24)

Bedroom two leads directly off the family room and has a window to the front elevation. The en-suite has a newly fitted shower in a cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin with a window to the rear of the property.

Bedroom Three (4.24 x 3.11)

Bedroom three is a large double room with fitted wardrobes and a window overlooking the front of the property. From the central hallway, a bedroom wing corridor leads to three of the bedrooms. It has windows overlooking the side garden and is light and bright.

Bedroom Four (3.32 x3.11)

From the hallway, a bedroom wing leads to three of the bedrooms. Bedroom Four is a well appointed room with a window to the front elevation and fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom One with En-suite (4.82 x 4.13)

At the end of the bedroom wing is the master with large walk-in closet with Sharps fitted furniture. It has a windows to the front and rear elevation. The newly fitted en-suite shower room is modern and features a double shower cubicle. It has a low level WC in a fitted vanity unit with rectangular wash hand basin and vanity mirror.

First Floor

The dog-leg staircase leads to the first floor onto a lobby area with a window to the front.

Lounge (5.55 x 5.45)

This magnificent room is raised by a couple of steps from the dining room, but still has an open-plan feel. Its vaulted timber ceiling with large beams give this room a real feeling of space and grandeur. The room benefits from a wonderful open fire. Dual aspect windows to the front, and far reaching views across the countryside to the rear of the property from a balcony make the most of this unusual layout.

Kitchen (4.71 x 2.01)

A range of birch-effect wall and base units provide ample storage in the well proportioned kitchen. There are plenty of work-top surfaces for the avid cook. There is space for appliances, but a Neff eye-level double oven and a five burner gas range are built-in. The kitchen has stunning views overlooking countryside with its many pathways and bridleways.

Dining Area (4.71 x 2.57)

This is the informal dining area with Karndean flooring linking the kitchen to the lounge. It is a large space with views over the front of the property.

Study (4.12 x 3.32)

Across from the reception rooms are two adjoining rooms that boast lots of character with sloping ceilings and beams. This space is currently used as an office and is an ante-room to the formal dining room.

Dining Room/Fifth Bedroom (4.22 x 4.12)

The study leads directly onto this generous room with beams and sloping ceilings, which could become a fifth bedroom if required.

Second Floor

Dog-leg staircase leads up to the second floor where the attic room has been converted.

Games Room (5.70 x 4.55)

This atmospheric attic room has superb beams with stunning views from the Velux style window. It has a white painted timber ceiling and a grey carpet. There is additional storage to the loft which is easily accessible.

Outside

Wrought iron gates open onto an extensive driveway with parking for multiple cars. There is a double garage with power and lighting. Mature trees and shrubs are planted around the garden creating privacy, but also framing the views over the neighbouring fields. The fully enclosed gardens wrap around two of the four sides of the property. Paved seating areas are created for outside dining. The borders are well stocked with shrubs and flowers. This garden enjoys privacy and also stunning views. The gardens are a real gem of this property. The plot is quite extensive with 0.40 of an acre and its position to adjoining fields and the views are sure to appeal.

This spacious home, both inside and outside, offers fantastic value for money. It is an opportunity to put your own stamp on a property, and to create a space that works for your family. This substantial home is available now and offered as a chain-free property.

If you dream of owning a large, detached property with an extensive garden with the countryside on your doorstep, then look no further than this barn conversion with space for all the family, guests or a home office set in beautiful, private gardens.
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