SILVER STREET, BRIXWORTH, NORTHAMPTON


***AVAILABLE EARLY JUNE***A delightful red brick Victorian detached residence located in the old part of the sought after village of Brixworth, within close proximity of the historical Saxon Church. The property occupies an elevated position and stands on a generous sized plot. On the ground floor the accommodation comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, dining area opening onto second sitting area, kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor are three double bedrooms, the master with ensuite shower room and family bathroom. The property also has a cellar. Externally there is ample off road parking, delightful gardens and detached double garage and outbuilding. The property also benefits from gas radiator central heating and Upvc double glazing.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Approached via individual designed stained glass entrance door, stairs rising to first floor, stairs leading to cellar, radiator, stripped doors to;

Sitting Room

12' 11" x 11' (3.93m x 3.35m) Double glazed sash window to the front aspect, cast iron fireplace with marble hearth, radiator, original fitted storage cupboard.

Dining Area

14' 3" x 9' 11" (4.35m x 3.03m) Double glazed sash window to the side aspect, cast iron fireplace, original storage cupboards, radiator, door to kitchen/breakfast room, open access to;

Sitting Area

12' 11" x 10' 11" (3.93m x 3.34m) Double glazed sash window to the front aspect, double glazed window to the side aspect, Cast iron fireplace with tiled inserts with timber surround and slate hearth, flag stone floor, TV point, radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

12' x 9' 11" (3.67m x 3.01m) Double glazed window to side aspect, door to side access, one and a half bowl sink unit set into a range of handmade base units with work surface over, tiled splash backs, matching wall mounted units, built in oven and hob with canopy extractor hood over, radiator, tiled floor.

Basement

Cellar

11' 11" x 9' 11" (3.64m x 3.01m) Double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator, power and light.

First Floor

Landing

Double glazed sash window to the front aspect, radiator, two loft accesses to roof space, storage cupboard, stripped doors to;

Bedroom One

13' x 11' (3.96m x 3.36m) Double glazed sash window to the front aspect, radiator, cast iron fireplace, door to;

Ensuite

9' 11" x 6' 1" (3.01m x 1.85m) Double glazed window to the side aspect, white suite comprising low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled shower cubicle, recessed storage area.

Bedroom Two

12' 11" x 11' (3.93m x 3.35m) Double glazed sash window to the front aspect, radiator, cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom Three

12' 3" x 9' 11" (3.73m x 3.03m) Double glazed window to the side aspect with view toward the Saxon Church, radiator.

Bathroom

7' 10" x 6' 9" (2.40m x 2.05m) Double glazed window to the rear, white suite comprising; low level wc, wash hand basin in vanity unit, side panelled bath with mixer tap with shower attachment over, fully tiled to the main area, radiator, airing cupboard housing boiler and water cylinder.

Externally

Grounds

From the lane there is a small frontage with lawned area stocked with shrubs and gravelled area providing additional parking.

To the side is the gravel driveway that provides ample off road parking leading to the garage and also gives access to the property. The extensive gardens are predominately laid to lawn and stocked with a wide variety of established shrubs and plants and numerous fruit and ornamental trees. As previously mentioned the property is elevated and has views towards the village and historical Saxon Church.

Double Garage

Detached double garage with up and over door, windows to the rear and side, personal door to the side, power, light and water connected.

Outbuilding

Large outbuilding divided into two, the rear section has a window to the front aspect, power and light. The front section has a window to the side aspect, mezzanine floor, power and light and water.

Local Area Information

Local Amenities:
Within the village there is the historic Saxon Church, three Public Houses, Coffee Shop, Takeaways, a Post Office and numerous shops including a Co-op General Store, Chemist, Family Butcher, Ironmonger and Newsagent/Off Licence. There is also a full range of sporting facilities, recreation grounds, a Dentist and a Doctor's surgery. Within a quarter of a mile is Brixworth Country Park next to Pitsford Water where nature walks, water sports and sailing are available. Additionally there are two community Centres, a Village Hall and a Public Library. Within the village there are pre-schools and Brixworth Primary School with secondary education at nearby Moulton and Guilsborough Schools. There is a thriving village community with many clubs and societies including the Brixworth Drama Group.

Communication Links:
Brixworth is located off the A508 between Northampton and Market Harborough. It is convenient for the M1, M6 and A14. Trains run from Northampton to London Euston and Birmingham and from Market Harborough or Kettering to London St Pancras.

Agents Notes

The property was originally built in 1854 with the kitchen and bedroom extension added in 1978. The double garage was built in 1996. The Upvc double glazed windows have recently been installed and the property was rewired in 2016. The plot is approximately .15 of an acre.

FEATURES

Energy Efficiency Rating: E
Available Early June
Three Double Bedrooms
Two Reception Rooms
Two Bathrooms
Cellar
Double Garage
Detached Outbuildings