- Edwardian Period Home
- Two Reception Rooms, Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast
- Six Bedrooms, Four Bathrooms
- Extensive Lawned Gardens
- Spectacular Views
This very substantial and highly individual Edwardian period house stands in an enviable location commanding spectacular views across rolling North Northamptonshire countryside. The accommodation which extends to in excess of 3,200 square feet provides six bedrooms with two suites, a superb thirty four foot long kitchen/breakfast room and two reception rooms and was extended to provide second floor accommodation by the present owners. The house stands in south facing lawned gardens.
Option to purchase additional paddock.
Ground Floor -
Entrance Hall - 11'3 x 7'9 (3.43m x 2.36m) - Approached through a stone dressed integral porch the hall has a lime stone floor which continues through a connecting archway to the reception hall and doors lead to the kitchen/breakfast room and the study.
Reception Hall - 11'0 x 10'5 (3.35m x 3.18m) - With the original Edwardian staircase rising to the first floor through half landings beneath an atrium window, there are further doors giving access to the drawing room and the cloaks and utility room.
Drawing Room - 18'11 x 18'0 maximum (5.77m x 5.49m maximum) - A well proportioned room with a high corniced ceiling and rectangular bay window with french doors opening to the rear sundeck and garden. There is a open hearth fire place with an Adam style mantle and marble hearth.
Study - 9'10 x 9'11 (3.00m x 3.02m) - Also with a high corniced ceiling and a range of fitted book cases, cupboards and shelving there is a three casement panel glazed window to the rear elevation.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 34'4 x 15'3 (10.46m x 4.65m) - A superb through room the kitchen area is fitted with Shaker style floor and wall cabinets with polished granite work surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl under slung stainless steel sink unit. There is an island unit breakfast bar and built in appliances with eye level double oven, dishwasher and four place gas hob beneath a stainless steel cooker hood. The kitchen has a door leading to a walk in boiler cupboard with the gas fired boiler and the breakfast room has a corniced ceiling and french doors to a rear sundeck with the garden beyond.
Lobby - 6'7 x 5'1 (2.01m x 1.55m) - Connecting the reception hall to the utility room and also giving access to the cloakroom/WC.
Cloakroom/Wc - 6'7 x 5'2 overall (2.01m x 1.57m overall) - With separate cloakroom and WC with close coupled cistern and wash basin.
Utility Room - 16'7 x 6'4 (5.05m x 1.93m) - A spacious room with floor and wall cabinets with ceramic tiled surfaces incorporating a twin bowl sink unit and with plumbing for washing and point for tumble dryer. There is also space for a freezer, a window and door open to the rear sundeck and an internal door gives access to the double garage.
Boot Room - 6'5 x 4'9 (1.96m x 1.45m) - With door to the front driveway the boot room is fitted with boot racks, shelving and coat hooks.
First Floor -
Landing - 21'4 x 8'7 (6.50m x 2.62m) - The two part landing contains the stairs rising to the second floor and there are panelled doors to:
Guest Bedroom Suite -
Bedroom Two - 18'5 x 14'0 (5.61m x 4.27m) - With twin fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging space, there is a five casement PVCU window overlooking the rear garden and views beyond.
Dressing Room Ensuite - 8'11 x 3'5 (2.72m x 1.04m) - With fitted wardrobes and a door to the shower room.
Shower Room Ensuite - 9'1 x 7'6 (2.77m x 2.29m) - Refitted in 2016 with a white suite of ceramic tiled shower cubicle with open sided glass screen, Bauhaus trough wash basin with cupboards under and WC with concealed cistern.
Bedroom Three - 18'4 x 9'11 (5.59m x 3.02m) - With fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging space and a three casement window overlooking the garden and views beyond.
Bedroom Four - 18'5 x 9'9 (5.61m x 2.97m) - With a coved ceiling and fitted wardrobes, this room also has a PVCU window overlooking the garden and views.
Bedroom Five - 15'5 x 8'3 (4.70m x 2.51m) - With a gable window this room has a fitted wardrobe, dado rail and fitted bookshelves.
Family Bathroom - 11'4 x 7'5 (3.45m x 2.26m) - Refitted with a white suite of panel bath with mixer tap, shower cubicle with Mira rain shower, vanity wash basin with cupboards under, mirror and light over and WC. There is a ceramic tile floor and splash areas and a vertical heated towel rail and a window to the side elevation.
Second Floor -
Landing - 11'2 x 10'6 (3.40m x 3.20m) - With oak laminate flooring there is a Velux roof light and doors lead to the master bedroom suite.
Master Bedroom Suite -
Bedroom One - 18'3 x 14'3 (5.56m x 4.34m) - With a vaulted ceiling, gable and dormer windows, this room enjoys superb views over the surrounding countryside, has eave storage space and a door to:
Dressing Closet - 6'6 x 5'11 (1.98m x 1.80m) - A walk in closet with hanging rail and coat hooks.
Bathroom - 13'0 x 9'10 minimum (3.96m x 3.00m minimum) - Also with a vaulted ceiling and a white suite comprising a recessed panel bath, ceramic tiled shower with built in seat, vanity wash basin with cupboards under and WC. There is a low level medicine cabinet, vertical heated towel rail, shaver socket and mirror and there is a Velux roof light.
Bedroom Six - 11'2 x 10'10 minimum (3.40m x 3.30m minimum) - With a Velux roof light this room also has vaulted ceiling and a range of built in cupboards to one wall providing ample storage and hanging space.
Outside - Highfield Grange is approached by a private gravel drive giving ample parking and turning space in front of the house and the attached double garage. There is an open plan lawn with mature shrubs. A five bar gate leads to a further courtyard gate giving vehicular access to the rear garden.
Double Garage - 16'7 x 16'3 (5.05m x 4.95m) - Approached through an electrically operated up and over double door there are light and power connections.
Rear Garden - Approached by a large timber sundeck with an electric awning, infrared patio heaters and a hardwood and glass balustrade with steps leading down to the lawn which stretches away from the house on the south side. The garden contains a variety of small mature tress including fruit trees, and there is a timber summer house, greenhouse and garden store.
Grass Paddock - There is an option to purchase separately the grass paddock which extends to approximately 3 acres and which has a vehicular right of access via a service track from the Creaton Road. The paddock is partly bounded by post and rail fencing, however is open to an adjoining paddock on the western boundary. The paddock is currently let on an informal grass keep arrangement.
Services - Main drainage, gas, waster and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from a Potterton gas fired boiler also providing the domestic hot water. Gigaclear superfast fibre optic broadband is connected.
Council Tax - Daventry District Council - Band G
How To Get There - From Northampton proceed in a north westerly direction along the A5199 Welford Road through the village of Chapel Brampton and past the village of Spratton. Continue onto Creaton and carry on straight through the village taking the last turning on the left hand side sign posted to Hollowell. Proceed down the hill and take the fist turning on the left hand side into Highfield Park where the property stands on the right hand side.
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