Situated next to the Pocket Park and with open fields to the rear, 12 Main Street is a spacious three bedroomed end of terrace house with off road parking for 3 vehicles.
All the rooms at the rear of the house have uninterrupted views across the pasture land, making this a truly peaceful setting.
The accommodation consists of a lounge, kitchen dining room, three bedrooms, shower room and separate W.C. In addition, there are several outbuildings attached to the rear of the kitchen and well-designed gardens with strategically placed seating areas to take advantage of privacy and views.
Entered through a composite door, with canopy porch over, the hallway has laminate flooring and a small window to the side aspect. Carpeted dog-leg stairs rise to the first floor. Multi-panel glass doors enter the ground floor rooms.
Situated at the front of the house, with a large window overlooking the garden, the living room has laminate flooring. An inset wood-burner with stone hearth makes an attractive focal point.
This lovely bright room has fabulous views over open countryside beyond the garden at the rear. A good range of cream base and wall units, with wood block effect worksurfaces over, incorporate a hob with extractor over and an eye level double oven as well as an integrated fridge and freezer. There is plumbing for a washing machine and under-counter space for separate fridge and freezer. A composite sink and drainer are placed under the window overlooking the garden. Plenty of room remains for a dining table and chairs in front of a further large window. A glazed door accesses the rear garden.
Carpeted stairs rise from the entrance hall. A window halfway up allows natural light in and a large cupboard on the landing houses the boiler as well as shelving for laundry.
Positioned at the rear of the house, the main bedroom has magnificent views over farmland.
Another double bedroom with a large window overlooks the front elevation.
This single room at the front aspect has an over-stairs cupboard, in addition to a built-in wardrobe.
With vinyl flooring and an obscure window at the rear elevation, there is a double shower cubicle with wet panels and a sink inset in a storage unit.
The separate cloakroom has vinyl flooring, an obscure window to the rear and a low-level W.C.
One of the main attractions of 12 Main Street, Adwincle is the setting. At the front there is a large lawned area with established borders and hedge boundary to the front and one side.
The block paved drive at the side has room for at least 3 vehicles in tandem and is made private by the retaining hedge border.
At the rear of the property there are several outbuildings attached to the back of the kitchen; one is utilised as a boot room, another has a W.C. and the other two are useful tool/equipment sheds.
The garden has been landscaped with two circular lawned areas with brick borders, various established plants and a couple of seating areas to drink-in the vast open space at the back. A patio area abuts the back of the house.
Aldwincle has an active community, with a primary school with an 'outstanding' Ofsted status, pre-school, general stores, and village hall. Surrounded by beautiful Northamptonshire countryside, the village is only five miles from the shops and amenities in the market towns of Oundle and Thrapston. Access to the A14 is available at Thrapston, while Corby and Kettering are within a 14-mile radius and provide good rail links.
Council Tax: Band B
Central heating via Calor gas, all other mains services are connected
Chain free sale
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