Character Features from Arts and Crafts through to Art Nouveau
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The property was designed and built by locally celebrated architect Alexander Ellis Anderson, a pioneering architect who worked with Charles Rennie Mackintosh and built many of Northampton’s most individual and remarkable buildings of the early 20th Century. The property incorporates some of Anderson’s signature style which spans Arts and Crafts through to Art Nouveau. Accommodation
A covered veranda leads you to the entrance door with a reception hall boasting a brick fireplace. The sitting room benefits from dual aspect windows and a beautiful fireplace with a carved surround, seats and a log burner. The kitchen diner has a feature fireplace an integrated appliances. Three bedrooms two of which feature fireplaces and a shower room. Outside
Lawned garden to the front with post and chain enclosure. To the rear the walled garden is laid mainly to lawn with shrub borders, a patio area and there is access to the garage which opens to Thursby Road and the rear service road. Power and light connected Location
Located in the desirable area of Abington opposite Abington Park a beautiful open green space with lakes, cafe and museum. Both primary and secondary schooling are close by with private schooling at Wellingborough School, Northampton High School for Girls and Pitsford School.
The area is well placed for communications with easy access to the M1 motorway and trains to London Euston with journey times of around 46 minutes.
- Northampton Train Station 3 miles (London Euston 46 minutes) - M1 (Junction 15) 5 miles All times and distances are approximate
covid-19: We recommend a virtual viewing initially, but should you wish to arrange a physical viewing we will be following the Government Coronavirus guidance and would ask you to ensure social distancing is observed at all times to protect all of us. Viewings will be limited to a maximum of 15 minutes and only a maximum of 2 people from the same household are permitted to view. Please bring a face covering as you may not be able to enter the property without one.
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