Westfields is an impressive detached family home with beautiful countryside views and spacious accommodation. Originally built in the 1920s, it has been sympathetically extended and now offers 1500 square feet of modern living space for all the family. Set over two floors, the good size rooms enjoy high ceilings, oak doors and double glazed sash windows making this a bright airy family home. The property also benefits from a garage, driveway and garden to three sides. It is located in the popular village of Brigstock that is well known for its lively community and excellent amenities.
Entering via a UPVC part glazed door into a useful lobby space with tiled floor and a door leading into the cloakroom and up a step, is a further door into the hallway.
The guest cloakroom, with ceramic tiled floor, has a two piece white suite comprising low level WC and wash hand basin with a vanity unit. There is an obscured window to the side aspect.
A generous size carpeted hallway with oak doors leading into the reception rooms. The dog leg staircase rises to the first floor and there is a large cupboard under the stairs.
The living room has a bay window to the front of the property with double glazed sash windows and a working fireplace with marble surround makes this well proportioned room very cosy.
From the hallway is the well appointed kitchen with numerous beech wall and base units, an integrated dishwasher, eye level double oven and sash window to the side aspect overlooking fields. There is plenty of worktop surfaces and a ceramic tiled floor in this nicely laid out kitchen.
There is space for a fridge freezer as well as table and chairs. The kitchen also has a shelved pantry for additional storage. Oak doors lead from the kitchen into both the study and another to the rear lobby and utility.
With a window to the rear garden this room is directly accessed from the kitchen and makes an excellent working from home solution or playroom.
A rear lobby is tiled and has room for coats and leads to the back door taking you to the side garden and also the utility room. The very practical utility room has a number of wall and base units for storage with a stainless steel sink, boiler and plenty of space for coats and boots, as well as a tumble dryer and washing machine.
Accessed via the rear lobby is the second reception, currently used as a dining room also with a workspace, this room offers enough space for a sofa, dining and a desk making it a very flexible addition to the original footprint to the house.
The light filled landing has windows with lovely views to two sides and if required, there is room for a desk or other furniture. Off the landing that leads to the bedrooms is a large walk in cupboard adding to the plentiful storage in all the rooms. There is access to the boarded loft via a ladder and hatch.
This super size principal bedroom to the rear of the property boasts three double fitted wardrobes and a window with views of the countryside.
The ample sized, fully tiled, en suite has a double shower cubicle, low level WC and a sink with vanity unit and obscure window.
Another sizeable double bedroom, with large built in wardrobe for storage. A sash window to the front has far reaching views over the cricket ground and countryside beyond.
Bedroom three is also a double room with built in cupboards and a window to the rear garden.
The family bathroom comprises of a white suite; bath with electric shower over, low level WC and large vanity unit with wash hand basin. There is also an obscure window to the side aspect.
The property is set back from Stanion Road and occupies an elevated corner position. There is a gate to the side of the property and a hedge to the front garden that provides privacy and screens the paved path to the front door. A block paved driveway has parking for two cars in front of the single garage with an electric roller door, power and lighting. The rear garden is enclosed by timber fencing and brick walls. The Bradstone limestone patio to the side and rear aspect of the garden makes a spacious area for al fresco dining. Timber raised beds and with further seating incorporated in the timbers make great use of the garden. A personal door from the garage leads into the side garden. The rear garden has gated side access, adding extra security.
The village of Brigstock has plenty to offer having two pubs, a village hall, a Co-op, coffee shop, doctors surgery, cricket club and primary school (rated Good by Ofsted). It is well placed for commuters, being just 5 miles from Corby with its mainline train to London St Pancras taking just one hour. Further train stations can be found in both Kettering and Peterborough. There are some lovely walks to be had in the local vicinity, Fermyn Woods Country Park can be accessed over a footbridge and is a fabulous local asset. Tresham's and Lyveden New Bield is also close by. Thrapston lakes is 5 miles away, and Oundle, a market town with a range of independent shops and lovely architecture, is just over 6 miles away.
All mains services are connected inc GCH
Council Tax Band: D
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