7 Church Street Wilbarston, Northamptonshire LE16 8QG UK£395,000
- Detached - House
- 2 bed
- 2 bath
Church Street, Market Harborough
Detached - House - Wilbarston Northamptonshire
A beautifully presented 2 bedroom Grade II listed detached stone cottage, having been modernised and extended by the current owner yet retaining lots of character features. The property comprises of a large fitted kitchen, lounge, separate dining / snug area, a walk in wet room on the ground floor with a family bathroom upstairs and 2 double bedrooms. Well stocked and maintained rear garden with views over open countryside, off road parking for several cars, access to a single garage.
Take the A4304 out of Market Harborough to the A6 roundabout. Head towards Corby on the A427 through Dingley and take the turn signposted for Stoke Albany and Wilbarston. Drive through Stoke Albany following the signs for Wilbarston and upon entering the village, take the first left turn onto Church Street. Number 7 is the last house on the left.
Beautifull grade II listed stone property with character features
Very popular village
Excellent order throughout with excellent kitchen extension
Lovely garden with countryside views
Close to Market Harborough and Corby
5′ 6” x 3′ 6” (1.68m x 1.07m)
Enter through timber part glazed door into entrance hall with original quarry tiled floor, feature multi-column period radiator, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and cupboard housing electric meter and circuit breakers.
16′ 5” x 11′ 11” (5.00m x 3.63m)
Having Crittal window with fitted shutters overlooking the garden and smaller timber framed window with fitted shutters to other side. Two feature multi-column period radiators, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and feature open fireplace with timber surround and fitted cupboards to both sides of chimney breast. TV aerial and telephone points, antique pine wood flooring.
14′ 11” x 14′ 10” (4.54m x 4.52m)
Having Crittall window with fitted shutters overlooking the garden and smaller timber framed window with fitted shutters to other side with window seat. Two feature multi-column period radiators, exposed ceiling timbers and cast iron open fireplace in inglenook with timber lintel and cupboard to side of chimney breast. Telephone point and staircase rising to first floor with useful storage cupboard under. Ledged door through to:
With timber part glazed door out to garden, limestone flooring with underfloor heating, opening through to breakfast kitchen and door through to:
8′ 8” x 6′ 3” (2.64m x 1.90m)
Having limestone tiling to walls and floors with underfloor heating, mixer shower with screen, hand wash basin and low flush WC. Cupboard housing wall mounted gas fired boiler providing central heating, underfloor heating and hot water. Extractor fan and heated chrome towel rail and recessed spotlighting.
14′ 0” x 12′ 0” (4.26m x 3.65m)
Added to the property approximately 12 years ago the kitchen is a wonderful addition that transforms the acommodation. Having double glazed timber framed window overlooking the garden and double opening casements leading out to the south west facing sun terrace. Limestone flooring with underfloor heating and vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. The bespoke kitchen having been hand crafted with granite worksurfaces, Lacanche cast iron, duel fuel range with ceramic tiled splashbacks. Cupboards hide the freestanding appliances with the fridge freezer being integrated, and a Belfast style ceramic sink with mixer tap is set into the worksurface.
First floor landing
A split landing having two timber framed windows with fitted shutters, exposed timbers and doors off to all rooms.
16′ 9” x 12′ 0” (5.10m x 3.65m)
With timber framed windows to both aspects with fitted roman blinds, two feature multi-column radiators, exposed timbers and original oak floorboards. Original cast iron fireplace, TV aerial point and telephone points, and walk in wardrobe. The dimentions of the walk in wardrobe are 8 foot by 2 foot 4 inches.
15′ 4” x 12′ 8” (4.67m x 3.86m)
With Crittall window overlooking the garden, feature multi-column period radiator, exposed ceiling timbers and useful storage cupboard over stairwell also providing the loft access.
9′ 7” x 6′ 10” (2.92m x 2.08m)
Recess lighting, double glazed timber framed window to rear, heated chrome towel rail, built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder with batten shelving, central heating and hot water timer and suite comprising white period cast iron freestanding rolltop, claw footed bath with telephone sytle mixer tap and shower spray attachment, pedestal hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap and low flush WC. Wall mounted glass and chrome light fitting. The bathroom has ivory and beige tiles to dado height with coordinating ceramic floor tiles.
The property benefits from a gravelled drive all along one side of the property providing off street parking for several vehicles leading to timber garage with double opening doors, power and light connected, with personal door out to garden. The main garden areas are to the side and rear of the property and are mainly laid to lawn with paved sun terrace enjoying excellent views over open countryside and well stocked herbaceous borders, with maturing shrubs and trees.