This traditional two bedroomed terraced house is one of only four constructed in 1939 in the heart of Weston Favell village conservation area close to the Parish church. The interior includes a living room and 16' long kitchen/dining room together with utility room and separate WC as well as a bathroom on the first floor. There are attractive gardens to the front and rear and there is a single garage approached via a service road serving these four properties only. The property is offered with vacant possession and no upwards chain.
The PVCU double glazed porch has double leaf doors which lead through a readed glass door to:-
4'1 x 3'10
Containing the stairs rising to the first floor and with a further door leading to:-
14'0 x 13'2
With a coved ceiling and five casement bay window to the front elevation this room has an open hearth fireplace with a gas coal effect living flame fire set in a marble hearth with an oak mantle. There is a useful understairs storage cupboard and a sliding door gives access to:-
16'0 x 9'0
A spacious open plan room, the kitchen area fitted with floor and wall cabinets with laminated working surfaces and stainless steel sink unit. There is a Canon cooker with two ovens with a four place gas hob and there are ceramic tiled splash areas and space for a fridge. From the dining area there are windows overlooking the rear garden and from the kitchen a door leads to:-
9'6 x 8'2 overall
With PVCU double glazing this room has plumbing for automatic washing machine and a door leading to the separate WC which in turn has a window to the garden. A further door gives direct access to the rear garden.
With roof void access hatch and doors leading to:-
13'2 x 11'1
A spacious double room with a three casement window to the front elevation and a fitted wardrobe with mirror fronted door, shelving and hanging space as well as a separate built in cupboard.
12'0 x 7'10
With a two casement window to the rear elevation.
9'0 x 7'10
Comprising a white suite of panelled bath, pedestal wash basin and WC together with a quadrant shower cubicle with Mira power shower and ceramic tiling. There is a vertical heated towel rail and the Ideal Logic gas fired boiler stands above a fitted bathroom cabinet. There is a window to the rear elevation.
The property stands back from the High Street behind a front garden within a stone wall and a pedestrian gate leads through the landscaped garden well stocked with flower borders. At the rear the garden is also laid to a paved terrace for low maintenance bounded by close boarded fencing and contains a timber garden store (measuring 9'0 x 6'10) with light and power connected, glazed door and windows. Beyond this there is a single garage and a pedestrian gate leading to the rear vehicular access.
16'0 x 7'11
A Banbury style concrete sectional construction approached through an up and over door and with light and power connections and a personal door to the garden.
Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. Central heating is through radiators from and Ideal Logic combination boiler also providing domestic hot water. The property has the benefit of replacement PVCU double glazing.
Northampton Borough Council - Band B
The Riverside Retail Park is approximately one mile away, whilst The Weston Favell Shopping Centre incorporating Tesco Superstore lies approximately half a mile distant. Adjoining the Weston Favell Shopping Centre is Lings Forum Sports Complex (offering a range of sporting facilities) and Weston Favell Health Centre and Pharmacy. Schooling is provided for at Northampton School for Boys on the Billing Road and Weston Favell Academy in Booth Lane South with primary schooling at Weston Favell CE Primary School. Close proximity of Abington Park (5 mins walk away) and access to the River Nene cycle way.
HOW TO GET THERE
From Northampton town centre proceed in an easterly direction along the A4500 Wellingborough Road to the roundabout junction with Park Avenue North at Abington Park. Follow the road signposted towards Weston Favell and proceed through the next traffic lights continuing straight on passing the Trumpet public house on the right hand side. Take the next right into High Street and follow the road around passing the turning for Pyket Way and the property can be found further round on the right hand side.