BLACKWELL CLOSE, , TOWCESTER




Extended to the side and to the first floor, this individual, three bedroom detached bungalow is nestled in to the corner of a quiet cul-de-sac location within easy reach of Towcester town centre and the well regarded Sponne upper school,. The internal space offers potential with flexible accommodation with a variety of uses over two floors, which currently comprises; an entrance hall with an oak and glass staircase, a light and airy lounge/diner, kitchen with hand built units, a utility/cloakroom, two bedrooms and a modern bathroom with a stylishly fitted suite, including a freestanding roll-top bath and a large shower cubicle. To the first floor, the landing leads on to an office/study area, with a further door to a room currently used as a music room which could become a bedroom space with a further door leading to a storage room or potential dressing room. This cherished home is immaculately presented throughout, with benefits including: a southerly facing rear garden which enjoys a fair degree of privacy, a sizeable summer house, larger than average garage, gas fired radiator heating, uPVC double glazing and off road parking on the drive.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Entered via a uPVC double glazed door set in a storm porch, an oak and glass staircase rises to the first floor landing, vaulted ceiling, two radiators, airing cupboard, inset spotlights, tiled flooring, stylish modern panel doors to the ground floor rooms.

Lounge/Diner (6.45m x 4.52m narrowing to 3.56m)

Two uPVC UPVC double glazed windows to the front elevation, tiled flooring throughout, feature fireplace housing an inset gas-fired log burner with an exposed timber mantle over, engineered oak flooring, two radiators, television point.

Kitchen (3.78m x 2.69m)

Fitted with a range of hand-built wall and base level units with granite work surfaces over, incorporating an inset one and a half bowl sink unit with a formed drainer and swan-neck mixer tap over, space for a gas range cooker with an extractor hood over, space for a fridge/freezer, television point, space for a further wine fridge, tiled flooring, uPVC double glazed window and stable style door to the rear garden.

Cloak/Utility Room (1.93m x 1.68m)

Fitted with modern wall and base level units with complementary work surfaces over, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, space for an electric drier over, tiled splash back areas, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, low level W.C, uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Bedroom One (3.56m x 3.20m)

Double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, coving to the ceiling, feature 'borrowed light' windows to the hall.

Bedroom Two (3.45m x 2.36m)

Double glazed uPVC French doors to the rear garden, contemporary wall mounted radiator, tiled flooring, coving to the ceiling, built-in storage cupboard set into a recess with shelving over.

Bath/Shower Room (4.06m max x 2.21m)

Fitted with a stylish and modern four piece suite comprising; a freestanding roll top bath with central mixer tap over, double shower cubicle, pedestal sink, low level W.C., tiled splash back areas, contemporary wall mounted radiator, extractor fan, skylight to a vaulted ceiling, inset spotlights, uPVC double glazed window to the rear.

First Floor

Landing

Oak flooring, open door way to the study area.

Office/Study Area (3.23m x 2.01m)

Currently used as a home office, various power points, telephone point, skylight to the rear elevation, inset spotlighting.

Bedroom/Workspace (3.53m x 3.23m)

Two skylight windows to the rear elevation, radiator, spotlighting, door to the dressing room/store.

Storage Room/Wardrobe (3.23m x 1.63m)

Built in wardrobe, access to the loft space and boiler unit.

Outside

Front Garden

A pathway leads to the front door at the end of a neatly maintained hedge, providing a degree of privacy. Enclosed flower beds and open to the drive.

Rear Garden

An extensively well stocked, neatly maintained and southerly facing rear garden with two patios, gravel pathways through box hedge borders around a central focal point, further flower beds to the borders with a variety of maturing shrubs and trees, timber garden store, two outside taps, enclosed by hedging and timber panel fencing. Garden shed with a storage area behind, doors to the rear of the garage, refuse and recycling area, external tap, external lighting.

Summer House

A large timber summer, house accessed via double doors with power and lighting connected and enjoying views across the garden.

Drive

A graveled drive to the front of the property which provides off road parking for two cars and access to the garage.

Garage (5.92m x 3.30m)

A larger than average garage/workshop with an up and over door and double doors to the rear, power and light connected.

Location

The historic town of Towcester is situated on A5 Watling Street, close to the A43 dual carriageway leading to Silverstone, Brackley, Northampton and Oxford and within easy reach of both the M1 and the M40. Direct rail links to London are available from Milton Keynes. The town has a number of schools; including primary and the well regarded Sponne upper school, and there are a host of local amenities including; shops, pubs restaurants, a Leisure Centre with a swimming pool, horse racing at Towcester racecourse as well as a host of local golf courses.


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FEATURES

Extended Detached Bungalow
Three Bedrooms
Recently Modernised
Stylish Bathroom
Separate Cloak/Utility Room
Generous Rear Garden
Radiator Heating
Energy Performance Rating: D