Entrance via obscured double glazed door from car port. Fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units with work surfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over, stainless steel gas hob with extractor fan over, built in electric double oven, tiled splash backs, tiled flooring, radiator, space for fridge, space for freezer, plumbing for washing machine, dual aspect double glazed windows to front and side, folding concertina door leading to lounge.
Double glazed window to front aspect, fire place with feature surround, door leading to inner hallway, archway to dining room.
Stairs leading to first floor, sliding double glazed patio doors leading to rear garden.
Doors to shower room and bedroom two.
Double glazed window to rear aspect.
Refitted with three piece suite comprising low level W/C, vanity unit with inset sink with mixer tap over, shower cubicle with electric shower over, full height tiling to all walls, radiator, obscured double glazed window to side aspect.
Doors to bedrooms one and three.
Double glazed window to front aspect, built in fitted wardrobes, door to en suite.
Refitted with three piece suite comprising low level W/C, pedestal sink, shower cubicle with electric shower over, full height tiling to all walls. extractor fan.
Double glazed window to rear aspect, door leading to eve storage.
Large decked patio area with steps leading to lower garden, laid mainly to lawn with further patio area, well established borders with various plant and shrubs, hard standing for shed, door leading to garage, gated rear access. Hard standing for caravan with gated access.
Laid to lawn with driveway leading to a carport which has a summer house with power and lighting connected and space for tumble dryer and freezer.
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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