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The Hall, Brockhall, Northamptonshire, NN7

Guide price £625,000

3 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: NTH200032

Brockhall

PROPERTY FEATURES

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  • Wing of handsome Jacobean Hall, Listed Grade II*
  • Beautifully restored to original style
  • Set in 14 acres of parkland and lawns
  • Magnificent Jacobean staircase
  • Many period features including fireplaces and tall corniced ceilings
  • Hall, cloakroom, reception/bedroom three
  • Refitted kitchen/breakfast room in antique pine
  • Further sitting room with concealed room off
  • Master bedroom with en suite shower room
  • A further double bedroom and a refitted house bathroom

THE PROPERTY

Brockhall is a former estate village for The Hall which is a handsome Jacobean Grade 11* property once the home of the Thornton family but now converted to individual properties. The estate is little more than a hamlet, with a church and is a short distance drive from Flore a larger village with a range of amenities. The hamlet is in a pleasant semi-rural location and enjoys use of private landscaped parklands approaching 14 acres. A cobbled path leads to an original Gothic door with pointed arch and the original door furniture leads into the hallway having an original flagstone floor and a fine part restored staircase leading to the first floor with under stairs cloaks storage. The cloakroom has a recently restored high level WC by BC Sanitan with period wooden seat, recently restored by Thomas Crapper & Co and a wash hand basin. A further door leads to the sitting room which has a Clearview wood burning stove set in a mullioned fireplace, polished oak floor boards, timber painted panelling to three quarter height and a range of fitted book shelves and a fine original fully restored leaded window set in a stone mullioned surround affording views to the front. The Jacobean staircase leads to the well-proportioned first floor landing with a large fully restored lead and mullioned window to the side and built-in under stairs cupboard. A fine original oak door leads off to another reception room having a period fireplace with Egg and Dart moulding, marble slips and a cast iron insert. There are built-in shelved cupboards with recessed alcoves, one of these cupboards conceals a secret room currently used as a store, which historically was used as a "monks/safe room" for the owners of the Hall having steel doors and roller shutters. The kitchen/breakfast room has been refitted with an attractive range of antique pine base and wall cupboards, a beautiful rare granite worktop with inset butler sink and concealed bin store and a range of appliances including microwave, space for a dish washer, washing machine and tumble dryer, built in Larder fridge, under counter freezer, microwave and extractor fan with space for a range cooker below. A stone minster fireplace compliments the room as do the wide plank oak flooring and further features including corniced ceiling and tall leaded and mullioned window to the front. There is also space for a table. Stairs continue from the first floor landing to the second floor affording further views toward the church and access to its own loft area. The master bedroom has tall corniced ceiling with views across to the Parkland and removable steps for storage leading up to a refitted en suite shower room with under floor heating and comprising a walk-in shower, WC with high level cistern and wash hand basin both by BC Sanitan. The second bedroom is a double sized with tall corniced ceiling and again with views toward the Parkland. There is a further refitted main bathroom with a free standing slipper cast iron roll top bath, Sanitan BC wash hand basin and WC with recessed spotlights to the ceiling. OUTSIDE There is a large area of parking to the front of the property plus two allocated spaces, communal gardens and grounds approaching 14 acres including Parkland. Services: All mains services are connected to the property. LPG serves the boiler for the central heating to column Bisque Designer radiators and the electric hob in the kitchen/breakfast room. There is a private drainage system, broadband is available. Local Authority: Daventry District Council Tel: 01327 871000 Outgoings: Council Tax Band "F" Tenure: Leasehold 999 year lease commencing 1st April 2000 Current service charge for the property is £290.00 per month which include water charges, building insurance, cover the cleaning and maintenance of common areas and maintenance of the building. Each of the owners have a share in the Freehold of 14 acres of Brockhall estate. Viewings: Strictly by appointment with Jackson-Stops Tel: 01604 632 991