Set on an elevated, larger than average plot, this property needs bringing into modern day living and has the potential to be an outstanding family home once again, along with scope to extend and reconfigure (subject to relevant permissions).
The plot consists of a front and side garden, extensive southerly aspect rear garden overlooking fields and an extra piece of land in front of the house that would be ideal for parking, again, subject to relevant permission. There is also parking available on the tarmac hard standing area shared with the neighbours.
Doors lead off either side to the ground floor accommodation, there is also an under stairs cupboard housing the electric box. A dog leg staircase rises to the first floor.
At the front of the house and to the left of the hall, the kitchen has a large window overlooking the countryside. A door leads into the side lobby.
The bathroom and separate W.C. Two storage rooms and a pantry.
A door leads out to the side garden.
Off the entrance hall, the living room has patio doors opening onto the rear garden.
A window overlooks the rear elevation.
Stairs rise from the entrance hall and a window at the bottom and the top of the stairs allows natural light to flood in.
A window overlooks the rear aspect and a large built-in over-stairs cupboard has a window to the front elevation. Additionally, there is a built-in wardrobe.
A corner cupboard houses the water tank and a window is to the rear aspect.
There is a window to the front elevation.
With a window to the rear aspect, this room has a W.C. and sink.
A small, grassed area, the other side of the public footway, in front of the property, forms part of the plot. It is currently fenced off but lends itself to off road parking, subject to having the kerb dropped and gaining permission from the Council.
There are also parking spaces in tandem on the slip road in front of neighbouring property.
The front garden has a low brick retaining wall and steps up to the front door. Additionally, there is a lawned area and mature planting. Metalwork gates access the side of the property, leading to the back garden.
This is a well-established south west facing rear garden with lawn, hedging, trees and planting. Open fields lie to the rear of the garden with views across the Northamptonshire countryside.
The key selling feature of this house it its generous plot and superb views. It offers excellent potential to create a spacious family home in a sought-after location.
Glapthorn is just one and half miles from the centre of the lovely market town of Oundle on the River Nene. The town has a range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants and a vibrant community feel, enhanced by the prestigious Oundle School. There are excellent local amenities and two supermarkets for daily necessities. Barnwell Country Park is just two miles away. The rail network can be easily accessed in Corby, Stamford, Kettering and Peterborough, which are all within 15 miles, and there are good links to major roads.
No upward chain
Council tax: Band D
Mains sewerage connected
Electric storage heaters
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