Superbly presented nearly new home with stunning kitchen/breakfast room, separate reception rooms, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, garage, parking, garden and no upward chain.
Further benefits for this four bedroom detached family home include ground floor cloakroom/WC, gas radiator heating, UPVC double glazing and quiet cul-de-sac location.
Enter into a welcoming entrance hall with tiled flooring, stairs to the first floor, storage cupboard, airing cupboard, high specification cloakroom/WC and doors to all ground floor rooms. The dual aspect living room has double doors to the rear garden and the separate dining room also has windows to two sides. The hub of the home is the stunning kitchen/breakfast room, which has been superbly fitted with a contrasting range of dark grey gloss units and wooden work surfaces with tiled flooring. Fully integrated the fitted appliances include a split level oven and hob with hood over, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge and freezer. Also dual aspect, the kitchen/breakfast room has windows to one elevation and double doors to the rear garden.
A central and light and airy landing has access to the loft space and doors to all main first floor rooms. The master bedroom is a large double bedroom and is dual aspect with a high specification en-suite shower room including a double shower cubicle with electric shower system. Bedroom two and three are also large doubles with wardrobe recesses and the fourth is a large single bedroom. The family bathroom is also high specification and includes a bath with mains fed shower system over.
The front is laid to lawn with shrub borders and a paved path to the entrance door. Block paved access to the side and a side gate lead through to a fully enclosed rear garden which has an adjacent paved patio area and lawn.
There is a block paved driveway providing off-road parking for 2-3 cars leading to a single garage with up and over door and power points and lighting.
The popular village of Crick is located about 6 miles East of Rugby and boasts a variety of local amenities including a well-regarded primary school feeding Guilsborough secondary school, a fine church housing a rare church organ, post office/general stores and three public houses. Crick village is set on the Grand Union Canal and has a large marina where the famous annual Crick Boat Show is held. The village has been bypassed by the A428 Rugby to Northampton road which in turn links to both the A5 and M1 J18 just over 1 mile away. There is a regular bus service to the towns of Northampton (14 miles) and Rugby (6 miles) both of which offer high street shopping and leisure facilities plus mainline train services to London Euston and Birmingham New Street.
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