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Constructed in 2013 to a high standard the property benefits from underfloor heating, air circulation system, oak internal doors and a high specification kitchen. Situated in a private well regarded gated development with excellent communication links. Accommodation
Enter into the reception hall with limestone flooring and a handy coats rack with a seat under. Cloakroom. The warm and welcoming sitting room has a fireplace encasing a wood burner. A study with a range of built in oak furniture to include a desk, filing cabinet and bookshelves. The large family kitchen is the hub of the house with space for sofas and a dining table. The high quality hand crafted kitchen is finished in oak with contrasting cream units and granite worktops with integrated appliances and a breakfast bar. Bi fold doors open out onto a rear entertaining patio. The utility room with Belfast sink, limestone flooring, cupboards and space and provision for laundry appliances completes the ground floor.
To the first floor is a spacious master bedroom suite with dressing room and shower room en suite. Two further double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom.
The second floor comprises two double bedrooms both benefitting from built in wardrobes and a shower room. This floor would make an ideal teenager or guest suite. Outside
The property is situated at the heart of Great Billing village within a select private road with electric gates providing both seclusion and security.
The house has a front garden with lawn and borders.
The good sized rear garden has a large entertaining patio, lawn and borders. Side garden area with garden tool shed. Double garage with twin electric doors, power and pedestrian door opening onto a covered porch leading into the utility room. Double width driveway to the front of the garage. Location
The village of Great Billing has a church and public house with Weston Favell has a large shopping centre with leisure facilities nearby. The property is in catchment for Weston Favell Academy and private schools include the High School for Girls at Hardingstone and Wellingborough School.
- Northampton 6 miles (London Euston 46 minutes) - Wellingborough 7 miles (London St Pancras 45 minutes) - M1 (Junction 15) 7 miles All times and distances are approximate.
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