Clopton, Northamptonshire

Beds 4 Baths3

£525,000

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Built 20 years ago and with the loft converted in 2017, The Laurels is an immaculate four bedroomed, detached, chalet bungalow in a rural setting, providing good-sized accommodation and gardens, and off-road parking for several vehicles. The first floor is dedicated to a principal suite with twin dressing rooms and a shower room.

Having just undergone a programme of redecoration and upgrading, the property is light and spacious throughout as well as having new high-quality flooring, bathroom fittings and glass internal doors.

The contemporary accommodation comprises a living room, spacious kitchen/dining room, utility, cloakroom and three bedrooms on the ground floor. On the first floor is a sizeable main bedroom with a large shower room and twin dressing rooms. On the mezzanine, an office area has been created.

Entrance Hall

A half-glazed front door opens into the hallway with an inset doormat to the laminate floor. The hall leads to the bedroom wing on the right-hand side, and straight on to the reception rooms. There is a small understairs cupboard and a larger cupboard for hanging coats. Glazed doors lead into the living room, and a separate one into the kitchen/dining room.

Cloakroom

Cleverly positioned under the stairs, the cloakroom consists of a wash hand basin and W.C.

Living Room (4m x 6m)

Accessed from both the hall or through two glazed doors from the kitchen/dining room, the living room is light and spacious with newly installed patio doors leading onto the rear garden patio. A modern wall-mounted electric fire makes an ideal focal point.

Kitchen - Diner (6.3m x 4.3m)

This bright space has two windows overlooking the rear garden and ample room is provided for a dining table and chairs, in addition to the breakfast bar that seats four. Fitted with a vast range of Howdens white gloss units, with worktop over and composite sink, integrated appliances include two induction hobs with extractor hood over, two built-in eye level ovens, a dishwasher and a wine cooler.

Utility Room (2.5m x 1.8m)

Off the kitchen, the utility is appointed with a range of cupboards with worksurfaces over, incorporating a stainless-steel, single drainer sink unit. There is plumbing for a washing machine and a glazed door leads to the side garden.

Bedroom Two (4m x 4m)

Located at the front of the property, bedroom two is a large double room with windows to two aspects.

Bedroom Three (3m x 3m)

A good-sized double, bedroom three has a window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Four (3m x 3m)

Another double room, bedroom four is currently being used as a home office.

Bathroom (2m x 2.7m)

Karndean flooring is the backdrop to the white suite that consists of a bath, with mixer shower and drencher over, with glass screen, a sink set in a vanity unit and a W.C., all with tiled splashbacks.

First Floor

A stunning wooden staircase, with glass balustrade and carpet runner with stair rods, rises to the first floor, where there is laminate flooring throughout.

Mezzanine Office (4.3m x 3m)

There is room here for a workstation as well as space for a small settee if desired. Two rooflights allow natural light in.

Principal Bedroom (3.8m x 7.3m)

Running the depth of the property with rooflights to both the front and the back, this fantastic space has laminate flooring, ceiling downlighters and eaves storage.

Twin Dressing Rooms (2.4m x 3.1m)

Off the landing, two matching rooms provide twin dressing rooms that could easily provide floor to ceiling wardrobes, both with laminate flooring, ceiling downlighters and a rooflight.

Shower Room (2m x 6m)

This generously-sized room has a large walk-in shower with drencher and mixer attachment, bidet, sink inset to a vanity unit and a W.C. In addition, there is wall mounted storage, ceiling downlighters, a rooflight and a heated, chrome towel rail.

Exterior & Garage

With a brick retaining frontage, the front garden is gravelled giving off-road parking for up to five vehicles. Various mature planting softens the landscape. A gate at the side of the house gives pedestrian access to the rear garden.

The integral garage has an up-and-over door, and power and light connected is connected.


At the rear of The Laurels is a good-sized garden that has recently had a York Stone patio professionally laid abutting the living room, with a continuing path to the side access. A further hardstanding area lies at the back of the garden in readiness for a shed or summerhouse. To the side of the patio is a lawned area with a planted border, a shed and a variety of trees on the fenced boundary.

What the current owners love about their home……

The quiet country location was a big appeal for the present vendors, as well as the size and versatility the accommodation offers. In particular the principal bedroom suite is super light and spacious.

Clopton is a small village in East Northamptonshire, close to the border of Cambridgeshire, and is a short drive from both the A605 and A14. Cambridge is a 30-mile drive away, via the convenient A14 and A1 road links. Mainline train services to central London run from Peterborough, Kettering and Huntingdon in under an hour. The area is known for its excellent schooling with many local Primary Schools in the surrounding area to choose from, and Oundle, six miles away, with its renowned Public School.

Tenure: Freehold
Oil Fired Central Heating
Council Tax Band: E

This four bedroom detached chalet bungalow offers contemporary living with a dedicated first floor principal suite with twin dressing rooms. Having just had a complete makeover, this immaculate property will not disappoint.
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