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Moulton Road, Pitsford

Northamptonshire
02 May 2014

Michael Graham - Northampton
Address of property to sell:
The Oaks, Moulton Road, Pitsford,
NN6 9AF
Acres: 1
Telephone: 01604 611011
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£695,000

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FULL DETAILS

The property was built by the current owners in 1984 of Northamptonshire stone. It is on the outskirts of the village of Pitsford and set behind electric double gates with a plot in excess of an acre. The barn and outbuildings can have a variety of different uses subject to the necessary consents. The property is being sold with no upper chain with the possibility of further land available.

Detached village property
Four bedrooms; one en suite
Two reception rooms
Outbuildings
Approx. 1900 sq. ft.
Stone built
Countryside views
Solar panels

A uPVC decorative double glazed door opens into the entrance hall that has stairs rising to the first floor.

The sitting room has bay windows to the front and side aspects, parquet flooring, stone fireplace with an open hearth.

The dining room has a window to the side aspect with views over the garden and the fields beyond. There are double full height glass doors leading out to the rear and parquet flooring.

In addition to the two main reception rooms there is a study to the front of the property.

The kitchen/breakfast room has windows to the rear and side aspects with full height double doors leading out onto the terrace. There are a range of floor based and eye level units, a ceramic hob with extractor hood over, a sink unit set into a Corian work top, single fitted oven and dishwasher. There is space for an American style fridge/freezer and a tiled floor.

The utility room has a stainless steel sink unit set into a work surface, space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. There are fully tiled walls and floors.
First Floor

The first floor landing has a walk in airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and loft access.

The master bedroom has windows to the front and side aspects with countryside views and a fitted wardrobe.

The en suite has an obscure glazed window to the front aspect, a corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled walls and floor.

There are three further bedrooms all with countryside views and the main bathroom.
Outside

The property is approached via electrically operated wrought iron double gates to a tarmac driveway. A pathway leads around to the side and rear of the property. There is a lawned area with deep herbaceous borders with trees and shrubs and high wrought iron gates lead to the rear garden. There is pedestrian access to the other side also via a wrought iron gate.
Outside

To the rear of the property there is a yard area which leads to a barn with a roller shutter door and an open sided workshop with power connected. There is a further block if five barns all with power connected and security lighting. There is a hard standing area to the front of the barns and a gate to the adjoining fields. There is a further area of hard standing providing ample off road parking with a high conifer hedge to one boundary.

The hard standing area continues around the side of the barn and links up to the tarmac driveway leading down to the front entrance.

The rear and side garden is laid to lawn with a hard standing area to the rear and there is a covered sun terrace to one side.
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Situation & schooling

Pitsford is a well regarded village to the north of Northampton in an area of rolling countryside and close to the Pitsford reservoir with trout fishing and sailing facilities. Pitsford has a church, public house and primary school and has its own independent school. Local shopping facilities are available at Kingsthorpe and golf at Church Brampton. Secondary schooling is available in Moulton a few miles away and also in Northampton. Local private schools include preparatory schools at Little Houghton, Spratton and Maidwell and public schools at Rugby, Oundle, Uppingham and Stowe.

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