This very attractive refurbished individual detached village house is believed to date from the 1920s and stands in an enviable location on the outskirts of the village backing directly onto and overlooking open countryside. The four bedroomed interior has been completely redecorated and includes a re-fitted family bathroom, together with a 26 foot long living room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and conservatory. There are lawned gardens to the front, side and rear, together with a double garage and the rear garden faces in a southerly direction with distant views over rolling Northamptonshire countryside.
Approached through double leaf glazed doors, the arched integral entrance porch gives access to:-
A newly fitted tiled floor there are stairs rising to the first floor with moulded panelled doors to the two reception rooms and also leading to:-
With a white suite wash basin and WC, together with built-in cloaks cupboard.
A lovely light and spacious through room with a picture bay window to the front elevation and French doors opening to the rear terrace and garden. There is an open hearth fireplace with a Clearview cast iron log burner, TV point and windows to the side elevation.
With a corniced ceiling and picture bay window to the front elevation, there is a further window to the side and a door to the kitchen.
Continued tiled floor from the entrance hall, there are replacement tiled splashbacks with a range of floor and wall cabinets with laminated working surfaces incorporating a sink unit with mixer tap and worktop lighting. There is a low level double oven with a four place induction hob beneath a cooker hood and the focal point is the range which has two ovens and two hot plates. There is plumbing for an automatic dishwasher, a window to the rear elevation, a door to the rear hall and door to:-
With an extensive range of floor and wall cabinets with ample space for a fridge/freezer and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. There is a window to the front elevation.
Giving internal access to the garage and also with a door to:-
With PVCu double glazed windows beneath a pitched polycarbonate roof and French door opening to the rear terrace and garden.
With a coved ceiling and roof void access hatch with a retractable loft ladder to the ample attic space.
With an extensive range of fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging space and chest of drawers, together with airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. There are windows to two elevations and superb views over the surrounding countryside.
With windows to the side and rear elevations, fitted cupboards.
Standing at the front of the house with a coved ceiling.
Also at the front of the house with windows to two elevations and a built-in wardrobe.
Fully refitted with suite comprising bath with shower over, tiled walls with a newly tiled floor, WC and wash hand basin with heated handrail and window to the front elevation.
Tilbury House stands in an elevated position behind a deep verge and established Holly hedge with a private block paved driveway leading to a parking/turning area in front of the attached double garage. The front garden is laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders and there is a side pedestrian gate to the rear garden.
Approached through an electrically operated up and over door, there are light and power connections and an internal door to the side hall.
Approached by a York style paved terrace which leads onto a lawn with well stocked flower borders containing a variety of mature shrubs, the garden is bounded by close boarded fencing and there are two sun terraces facing in a southerly direction and backing directly onto open farmland with views beyond.
Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from a refitted gas fired boiler. There are solar panels for supplementary hot water heating and an electric immersion heater. The property has a passive infra red security alarm system. (None of these services has been tested).
Previous planning was approved for an extension over the garage to provide a dressing room and ensuite to the Bedroom 1. This planning has now lapsed however the Reference Number is da/2005/0253
Within the village of East Haddon there is a Village Hall and the Red Lion Public House/Restaurant. Villagers have access to a range of sporting and recreational facilities through the Playing Field Association, the Village Hall and the East Haddon Players. There is the East Haddon ce Primary School situated in Church Lane and secondary education is at the Guilsborough School approximately three miles distant. There are bus services to Northampton town centre. The village is well placed for access to a number of public schools including Oakham, Uppingham, Oundle, Rugby and Wellingborough.
Proceed in a north westerly direction along the A428 Harlestone Road leaving the town through Duston and passing through Harlestone Firs and the village of Lower Harlestone. Continue on past Althorp Park and after approximately two miles turn right signposted to the village of East Haddon. On entering the village along Church Lane
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