This former Mill has been lovingly restored, with careful planning the space has been divided up to create six apartments set over three floors, with two apartments on each floor.
All flats can be accessed via a communal area which benefits from a lift and each property has two allocated parking spaces.
The ground floor apartment has its own private terrace overlooking the river. A front door from the living room leads directly to your own terrace which has picturesque views overlooking the river.
The property offers a combination of modern day living with comfort and space outside to entertain friends and family.
An entrance hall with built-in storage leads to the living room and dining area (The main entrance is off the communal hallway which benefits from an intercom system). This property has a clear divide between the living and kitchen. There is ample space for a dining area that would be well suited to be positioned close to the external door which takes you to your own terrace.
This contemporary kitchen displays a quality finish. A range of wall and base units, incorporates integral AEG appliances which include a slimline dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, single oven, microwave, and a wine cooler. The off white Amtico flooring compliments the slate grey kitchen units and the white granite worktops add to the light and airy feel of the apartment.
From the entrance hallway, is the master bedroom with en-suite. A luxurious bathroom with a roll-top bath, separate shower cubicle, and two wash hand basins with vanity units, low-level WC.
The second room could be used as a study or guest room and leads off the open plan reception space.
The private terrace is east-facing and overlooks the river. There is space for dining and relaxing. The allocated parking spaces are adjacent to the Mill.
Yarwell is a small village situated on the River Nene in the far east of the county of Northamptonshire and close to the Cambridgeshire county border. The census of 2001 declared a local population of approximately 316 people. Located approximately 10 miles west of Peterborough, the village is near the A1 and around 7 miles away in opposite directions, are the popular market towns of Stamford and Oundle, with their beautiful Georgian architecture. The village has a popular public house (The Angel Inn) which serves hot meals, a village hall and a local church. Post Office services can be found in nearby Nassington or Wansford, with Wansford also providing a doctor`s surgery. The nearby restored and preserved Nene Valley Railway has a station at Yarwell Junction and not too far away, is the historical hunting forest Old Sulehay, now managed as a nature reserve. The area provides ideal countryside for exploring on foot with canal sidewalks and nature trails, good fishing and water sport activities.
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