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Main Street, Wadenhoe

Property Features

  • Conservation Village
  • No Onward Chain
  • Accommodation Over 2900sq ft
  • Large Annexe
  • Good Size Established Plot
  • Unspoilt Rural Views
£975,000 Sale By Tender
Sold
Oundle
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

Situated in the heart of Wadenhoe, a conservation village in East Northamptonshire, Bearshank House is a spacious and versatile family home. With a fabulous annexe and large gardens, internal viewing will not disappoint.

Full Details

Entrance Hall A solid wooden door with fanlight above opens into the entrance hall that is light and airy, setting the tone for the whole house. Wooden flooring continues through to the study, living room and dining room. Carpeted stairs, with ornate wooden handrail, rise to the first-floor accommodation. A small obscure window is situated adjacent to the front door with a slim cupboard.

Living Room 5.2m x 6.4m (17'0" x 20'11") The main reception room is accessed from the hall and double doors open into the dining room, allowing these rooms to be separated if desired. A feature marble-backed fireplace with ornate surround houses a cast iron fire, making a lovely focal point. This exceptionally light room has windows to three aspects and French doors onto the patio and back garden.

Dining Room 5.1m x 3.3m (16'8" x 10'9") Open plan to the kitchen, the dining room has doors from both the hall and living room. Three picture windows give a perfect view of the well-manicured back gardens and beyond, over the fields to the Church.

Kitchen 6.5m x 3.3m (21'3" x 10'9") This spacious kitchen/breakfast room is at the front of the house with two windows overlooking two stone cottages across the road, and two stained glass porthole windows in the breakfast area. Cream-coloured wall and base units with worktop over incorporates a 1.5 bowl, single drainer, stainless-steel sink unit, and a walk-in pantry provides excellent storage space. A dark blue electric Aga creates a farmhouse feel to this room, and a separate space for a free-standing cooker has a stainless-steel extractor hood and splashback. There are ceiling downlighters and plumbing for a full-size dishwasher.

Study 2.7m x 2.2m) (8'10" x 7'2")) Situated at the front of the property, this room can be used as a study, playroom or similar. An under-stairs cupboard provides useful storage space.

Cloakroom Off the entrance hall, the downstairs cloakroom consists of a low-level W.C. and a wall-hung wash hand basin. A heated towel rail and obscure window to the front finish this space.

Side Lobby From the kitchen, the side lobby can also be accessed from an external door at the side of the building; this lobby connects the main house to the annexe. There is 'Amtico' flooring and a large cupboard, housing the water cylinder with drying space.

Sunroom This beautiful space is glazed on two sides with French doors that open onto the patio and would make a fantastic place to take breakfast.

Utility Room 5.7m x 4.2m (18'8" x 13'9") An unexpectedly large utility room has base units with worktop to one wall, incorporating a double bowl, stainless-steel sink unit and is placed under two windows that look out over the back garden. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A free-standing boiler is situated in a recess. The stable door leads out to the rear garden. Open-plan wooden stairs rise to the annexe above this and the double garage.

First Floor Landing The galleried landing has a plethora of built-in cupboards offering floor to ceiling storage. A hatch accesses the loft.

Principal Bedroom 4m x 5.2m (13'1" x 17'0") The main bedroom has three windows overlooking two sides of the property, and one wall dedicated to built-in wardrobes. A door leads to the:

En-Suite Shower Room 3.1m x 1.8m (10'2" x 5'10") With an obscure window to the rear elevation, the suite consists of a double shower cubicle with wet panels, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level W.C.

Bedroom Two 5.2m x 3.4m (17'0" x 11'1" ) Situated at the front of the house with two windows, this lovely bright room has built-in cupboards along the length of one wall.

Bedroom Three 4.5m x 3.3m (14'9" x 10'9") Another double room, the third bedroom has two windows overlooking the rear garden.

Bedroom Four 3.8m x 3.4m (12'5" x 11'1" ) The final bedroom, again a double, has a window to the front aspect and built-in wardrobes.

Main Bathroom 2.7m x 2.4m (8'10" x 7'10") The white suite consists of a bath with mixer shower attachment over, a separate double shower cubicle with wet panels, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level W.C.

Annexe This amazing space, over the double garage, has a multitude of uses, according to the needs of the occupants. It lends itself to being a self-contained bedroom with dressing room and en-suite, or a games room with study or office space and shower room.
Main Room (5.6m x 5.8m)
With full height ceiling into the eaves, this room is carpeted. has four rooflights, as well as two windows to the front aspect, allowing natural light to stream in. Built-in cupboards provide ample storage. A door leads to another room that could be utilised as a study or dressing room.
Reception Room (2.8m x 3.1m)
Situated at the rear aspect, with a window and rooflight, this bright space has a door to the:
Shower Room
Again, built into the eaves, there is a rooflight and a window to the rear elevation. The suite comprises a corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level W.C.

Exterior Bearshank House is a handsome property with a grass frontage, floral borders and central path to the entrance door. A pedestrian gate to the rear garden is to one side of the house and to the other is the driveway, that provides off-road parking for several vehicles in front of the large double garage.

The double garage has an electric up-and-over door, and power and light connected. A useful storage space has been divided off at the back of the garage.

There is almost 0.25 of an acre of breath-taking garden and views at the back of the property. The owners have lovingly created a secluded haven, having spent time and energy over the years to create this established garden to be proud of. A dry-stone wall boundary at the rear of the garden allows uninterrupted views over fields to the church. This view is protected and will always remain in place.

Adjacent to the back of the main house, the flag-stoned sun-terrace has a southerly aspect with views of the whole garden and beyond. A large lawned area is central with different areas of interest dotted about, ready to explore. Various fruit trees have been planted, and a pergola with climbing roses and clematis is placed between the well-stocked flower borders, that give year-round interest. A vegetable area has been created as well as an herbaceous border.
Leading back towards the house, on the left-hand side is a shed, wood and bin store. The oil tank is also found here.

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