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Pitsford Road, Chapel Brampton, Northamptonshire, NN6

Guide price £1,395,000

6 Beds 6 Baths 8 Receptions

REF: NTH200062

Chapel Brampton


  • Accommodation of about 6,609 sq. ft./614 sq.m.(GIA) set in total plot of about 4 acres.
  • Impressive main reception hall galleried landing.
  • Versatile accommodation comprising traditional reception rooms together with games and playroom
  • Self-contained office suite which provides potential as self-contained annexe.
  • Refurbished kitchen/breakfast room with oak worktops and gas fired four oven AGA.
  • Six bedrooms to include master bedroom with en suite bathroom and guest suite to the second floor.
  • Extensive secure parking and garaging.


A former farmhouse offering extensive and versatile accommodation set in a secluded positon in all extending to around 4 acres (1.61ha). Reception hall, cloakrooms, 5 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast, games rooms, office suite, 6 bedrooms , guest suite, 6 bath/shower rooms, gardens and grounds, gated entry extensive parking and garaging. THE PROPERTY Sedgebrook House dates back to the 17th century with at its heart a thatched three-storey stone built house. Once the Home Farm for Sedgebrook Hall adjacent, it was extended into its adjoining 19th century farm buildings in the 1980s or 1990s to create a very spacious home of over 6,600 square feet gross internal. The property has been significantly upgraded by the present owners, in recent years. The house is entered through an entrance lobby to an impressive double height entrance hall with the principal staircase rising to a galleried first floor landing. Double doors open from the hall to a beautifully proportioned drawing room of over 9.5 metres long with an open fireplace and French doors opening to the garden to the south. Off the hall, in the other direction, is a sitting room, also with French doors to the garden and a coal effect gas fire. This room leads on to the ''L' shaped and oak panelled dining room with its beamed ceiling, terracotta tiled floor and coal effect gas fire. This room gives access to a small library as well as to steps leading down to the cellar. A wing to the south comprises a rear hall with secondary stair and cloakroom off and a further smaller sitting room with an open fireplace. Beyond is the recently refurbished kitchen with painted units with oak worktops and a gas fired four-oven Aga. Beyond the kitchen is the breakfast room which leads to the utility room which in turn gives access to a children's play room and a games room or gym. A wing to the north off the dining room is set up as a self-contained office suite of two rooms with its own cloak/shower room. This could possibly be used as a self-contained annexe. The garages are accessed off this wing. The first floor accommodation is reached by two staircases. Off the galleried first floor landing is the large principal bedroom. This has a spacious en suite bath/shower room in the Victorian style. There are four further double bedrooms on the first floor, two of which have en suite shower rooms. There is also a family bathroom again in the Victorian style. The second floor provides a suite of the sixth bedroom with living room area, a shower room and a dressing room.