A bay fronted extremely well presented Victorian terraced property in this sought after road in Abington has been much improved and sympathetically restored by the current owners offering modern stylish living whilst retaining many character features such as stripped floorboards and doors, fireplaces and column radiators. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, dining room open to the kitchen, lounge with door to the garden, a cloakroom and laundry room. The first floor offers three double bedrooms and a family bathroom by Burlington Bathrooms which offers a modern but traditional four piece suite. Externally there is a low maintenance rear garden with gated access to the rear leading to a service access road (potential for off road parking).
Enter via a glazed timber door into the hallway with stripped floorboards, and stripped pine doors to the lounge and kitchen and also to the rear hallway.
Dining Room (11'8 into alcove x 10'10 plus bay window (3.56m into alcove x 3.30m plus bay window))
Pvcu four casement bay window to the front elevation, stripped floorboards and a cast iron inset open fireplace with terracotta tiled hearth, two column radiators and an archway open to:-
Kitchen (10'9 x 8'0 plus alcove (3.28m x 2.44m plus alcove))
A range of wall and base cabinets with worktop over and tiling to splashback areas, Belfast sink, space for a gas Range cooker, extractor fan over, built in original cupboard to one of the alcoves, integrated fridge/freezer and a dishwasher, laminate flooring and a pvcu window to the rear.
Column radiator, door to the cellar and a door to:-
Utility/Laundry Room (11'8 into alcove x 10'10 plus bay window (3.56m into alcove x 3.30m plus bay window))
Pvcu door to the side elevation, a walk in utility cupboard housing the boiler, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
Part tiled suite comprising wash hand basin, WC and a pvcu window to the side elevation.
Lounge (11'10 plus bay x 8'8 (3.61m plus bay x 2.64m))
Pvcu bay door with windows either side to the rear elevation, stripped floorboards, column radiator and inset fireplace with log burner and slate hearth with a timber mantle.
Loft access hatch and stripped pine doors to:-
Bedroom One (15'4 into alcove x 10'10 (4.67m into alcove x 3.30m))
Three casement pvcu window to the front elevation, stripped pine floorboards, cast iron inset fireplace with traditional tiled hearth, built in cupboard to one alcove and a further built in cupboard and a column radiator.
Bedroom Two (10'10 x 9'2 into alcove. (3.30m x 2.79m into alcove.))
Pvcu window to the rear and an inset cast iron fireplace with traditional tiled hearth, built in wardrobe to one alcove and a column radiator.
Bedroom Three (16'11 into door recess x 8'10 (5.16m into door recess x 2.69m))
Pvcu window to the rear elevation, inset cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and a column radiator.
Family Bathroom (11'2 max x 5'10 max (3.40m max x 1.78m max))
Stripped pine glazed door, pvcu window to the side elevation, part tiled suite comprising a slipper bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC with raised traditional wall mounted cistern. Extractor fan, shaver point and laminate flooring.
The rear garden has a patio area and an artificial laid lawn and is enclosed by red brick walling with a gate to the rear service road where there is the potential for off road parking with some adjustments.
Main drainage, gas, water and electricity are connected. (None of these services has been tested).
Northampton Borough Council - Band C
There are a variety of shops on the Wellingborough Road, including a supermarket, banks, fashion and furniture stores, newsagents and greengrocers as well as a bus service from the Wellingborough Road to Northampton town centre. Local schools include secondary schooling at Northampton School for Boys on the Billing Road and ample Primary schooling is available. Motorway access is via Rushmere Road and then Nene Valley Way to Junction 1
How To Get There
From Northampton town centre proceed in an easterly direction along the Billing Road passing Northampton General Hospital and St Andrews Hospital on the right hand side. On approaching Northampton School for Boys turn left into Ardington Road and continue to the first junction, turn right onto King Edward Road and then the first left onto Albany Road where the property can be found on the right hand side.
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