Enter via double doors. Glass block windows to front. Door leading to entrance hall.
Window to Porch. Obscured full length window and doorway to sun room. Doors leading to W.C., lounge/dining room and the double garage.
"L" shaped room with duel aspect double glazed windows to front and side aspects. Part exposed brick walls. Door to inner hallway and sliding door to kitchen/dining room.
Fitted with a range of wall and base level units with work surface over. Sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Built in electric oven and fitted gas hob with extractor hood over. Built in dishwasher. Tiled splash backs. Window to rear aspect. Floor mounted gas boiler. Door to utility room.
Fitted wall and base units with work surface over. Stainless steel sink. Tiled splash backs. Plumbing for washing machine. Double glazed window to front aspect. Obscured double glazed door to side garden.
Double glazed window to rear aspect. Obscured double glazed door leading to rear garden. Exposed brickwork.
Access to loft. Doors to bedrooms and shower room.
Double glazed window to side aspect. Fitted wardrobes.
Double glazed window to rear aspect. Built-in wardrobe.
Double glazed window to sun room.
Refitted with a three piece suite comprising low level W.C. Pedestal mounted sink and a double shower cubicle. Full height tiling to all walls. Chrome heated towel rail. Obscured double glazed window to side aspect. Built-in airing cupboard.
Laid mainly to lawn with driveway for several vehicles leading to the double and single garages. There is also side access leading to the rear garden.
Laid mainly to lawn with patio area. Enclosed by fencing and gated access to the front. Various established shrubs and trees. Doors to both garages.
Double garage and oversized single garage, both with up and over doors and rear doors leading to garden. power and lighting connected.
Nether Heyford is a village and civil parish in West Northamptonshire, close to the M1 motorway, the A5 and A45 roads, 6 miles (10 km) west of Northampton and 70 miles (113 km) northwest of London.
It has one of the largest village greens in the country, two pubs (The Foresters Arms and The Olde Sun), two churches (one Anglican, one Baptist), a purpose-built youth club, park, village hall, hairdresser, butcher and a shop. The extensive playing fields have a cricket club (Heyford CC), a football club (Heyford Athletic), tennis courts and a bowls club. There is also a Prmary school which is rated Good by Ofsted.
The Grand Union Canal passes through the village.
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