A double glazed UPVC door into the kitchen with a range of floor and eyelevel Shaker style kitchen units with matching worktops and complementary splashback‘s. One and a half bowl inset sink with swan neck tap mixer taps and drainer. Double glazed window to rear aspect with built-in appliances to include an electric oven, gas hob and fridge freezer with plumbing for a washing machine. A range of under stairs storage cupboards and stairs rising to first floor and a single radiator. Sliding door to;
A double glazed window to front aspect with a feature brick fireplace with original storage cupboards and shelving and a double radiator.
Doors to first floor rooms and a built-in storage cupboard above stairs.
A double glazed window to front aspect with a double radiator and a feature original fireplace.
A double glazed window to rear aspect and a single radiator with laminate flooring.
A three-piece suite comprising a WC, wash basin with storage cupboard under and a bath with shower over and a shower screen. An obscure window to rear aspect with laminate flooring and tiling to water sensitive areas. Upright chrome radiator.
Totally enclosed rear garden landscaped with slabs and brickwork with a brick built outhouse. Lattice fencing and a gated side access.
Located in Northamptonshire off the A45, 9 miles from the centre of Northampton and four miles from Wellingborough, Earls Barton has a population of 5,387 (as of 2021). This is a tranquil, friendly village with lovely views and plenty of open space for walking in the rec or surrounding areas. Like any good village essential requirements are all within walking distance or a short drive away.
The village is proud of its historic roots, All Saints Parish Church was built by the Saxons in 970 AD and is still in use today. More recently Earls Barton’s claim to fame comes from making ‘Kinky Boots’ – the inspiration for the film bearing the same name.
The Soapbox Derby has been in the social calendar since 2018, an idea proposed to the Parish Council by a passionate 10-year-old resident. Roads are closed off for the race and this is now a much-anticipated village event for the fun, generosity and community spirit it brings.
The Annual Festival and Carnival in June is another popular event which includes – Literature, Comedy, a dog show and an Arts Exhibition. The Festival Fortnight is rounded off with a Carnival, stalls, beer tent and live music.
At the end of the year, you can enjoy Carols on the Square. A stage is set up for readings and a band. There are also song sheets for everyone to join in with the festive spirit.
Earls Barton is proud of its local independent enterprise led by Northamptonshire’s long association with boots and shoemaking. There is also the renowned Apothocoffee Shop on the Square – a family business since 1870.
If you want to enjoy a great sense of community where the Parish Council is an active body of residents, representing local needs, look no further.
A move to Earls Barton will give you back your time and your peace of mind. There is an effortless blend between old English charm and modern amenities which makes living here a real joy.
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