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Property Listing Details

Property details

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 2 reception rooms

Features

  • Grade II listed
  • Original features
  • Wooden floorboards
  • Quarry tiled flooring
  • Open fireplace
  • Two double bedrooms and two reception rooms
  • Outdoor utility and two brick outbuildings providing useful storage
  • Secure parking for two vehicles
  • Mature landscaped rear gardens
  • Substantially re-thatched in 2019

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Last 30 days: 314 page views

Since listed: 596 page views

Description

An attractive two bedroom Grade II listed thatched cottage which dates back to circa 1650 and is located in the heart of the popular village of Crick. The property is beautifully presented and retains some original features including original floorboards and feature fireplaces. There is secured gated parking for two vehicles and a beautiful landscaped mature rear garden, fully enclosed with an attractive
Northamptonshire stone wall.

Location

Crick is a pretty village set within rolling Northamptonshire countryside, some six miles East of Rugby. Within the village itself, local amenities include a supermarket, post office, several public houses and a well regarded primary school. Secondary schooling is available at Rugby and Guilsborough and there is a good selection of private schools at Rugby, Upton, Spratton, and Maidwell. Crick is set on the Grand Union Canal and has a large marina which hosts the annual Crick Boat Show which is always very well attended. The village is well positioned for the commuter thanks to excellent access to the motorway and trunk road networks. Rugby railway station also offers a frequent fast train service to London Euston in just under 50 minutes.

Ground Floor

A stable door opens to the entrance hall which has quarry tiled flooring and pine doors leading to the ground floor accommodation. The flooring continues through to the kitchen, which has a range of pine units, drawers and fitted shelves. A Heritage range cooker/oven, which services the heating and hot water, is set into the chimney breast. The units have granite work surfaces with an inset Belfast sink and integrated appliances including an induction hob, fridge and dishwasher. The ground floor family bathroom has a Victorian style white suite including a free standing claw foot bath with shower attachment, WC, wash hand basin and separate shower enclosure. The sitting room features a wood effect electric stove with quarry tiled hearth, wood flooring, a ceiling beam and recess with useful fitted shelves. The first floor accommodation is accessed from the staircase in the dining room which has an original panelled fireplace (currently capped) with cupboard to one side and a central ceiling beam.

First Floor

From the landing, doors lead to the two double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a window overlooking the front of the property with a window seat below. There is an attractive feature brick wall to one side of the chimney breast with fitted cupboards to the other side along with ceiling beams and original wooden flooring. The guest bedroom has a feature fireplace, wooden flooring and fitted wardrobes to one wall.

Outside

Double wooden gates lead to the paved driveway which provides parking for two vehicles and leads to the outbuilding, which is currently being used as a utility room, and provides further storage facilities. A low-level picket gate leads to the attractive rear gardens which have a paved area with mature shrubs to the front and a planted archway with steps leading to the patio and the gardens beyond. The garden is mainly laid to artificial lawn with mature borders, planted with a range of shrubs and flowers, edged with terracotta bricks and fully enclosed by Northamptonshire stone walling. Further attractive features include a pebbled area to the side of the patio, along with a delightful summer house and a Victorian coach lamp.

Viewing

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Fixtures And Fittings

Only those items in the nature of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. Other items are specifically excluded. None of the appliances have been tested by the agents and they are not certified or warranted in any way.

Services

None of the services have been tested and purchasers should note that it is their specific responsibility to make their own enquiries of the appropriate authorities as to the location, adequacy and availability of mains water, electricity, gas and drainage services.

Local Authority

Daventry District Council. Tel: Council Tax Band - D.

Floorplan

Howkins & Harrison prepare these plans for reference only. They are not to scale.

Important Information

Every care has been taken with the preparation of these Sales Particulars, but complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. In all cases, buyers should verify matters for themselves. Where property alterations have been undertaken buyers should check that relevant permissions have been obtained. If there is any point, which is of particular importance let us know and we will verify it for you. These particulars do not constitute a contract or part of a contract. All measurements are approximate. The fixtures, fittings, services and appliances have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Photographs are provided for general information and it cannot be inferred that any item shown is included in the sale. Plans are provided for general guidance and are not to scale.

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Local Amenities

  • Long Buckby 4.4 miles
  • Rugby 5.2 miles
  • Crick Primary School 0.2 miles
  • Yelvertoft Primary School 1.8 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Long Buckby 4.4 miles
  • Rugby 5.2 miles
  • Crick Primary School 0.2 miles
  • Yelvertoft Primary School 1.8 miles

Market stats

Sale activity

Average estimated value for a house in NN6:

  • £235,647
  • Price decrease

  • -£9,291
  • (-3.793%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £215,195
  • Properties sold

    70

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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
7th Sep 2019 £325,000 First listed
2nd Dec 2002 £195,000 Last sold

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