Guide price £730,000
The Farmhouse forms part of a small bespoke farmyard development completed in 2016 lying on the edge of the village with a pretty rural outlook. The house has been subject to a meticulous refurbishment and modernisation programme and offers an excellent mix of both period and contemporary living. Character features remain including deep windows, exposed timbers, interesting fireplaces and stripped pine doors. The front door opens into a hall with direct access into the stunning kitchen / living room ideally suited for modern 21st century living. The kitchen is well equipped with bespoke fitted units and matching island unit with breakfast bar. Fitted appliances are all by Miele and include double oven, combination oven/microwave and coffee machine. The living end enjoys a double aspect with rural views and direct access into the rear garden. The two reception rooms enjoy a southerly aspect and are very flexible in their use. The dining room is currently being used as the sitting room with wood burner in the fireplace and the second reception room is currently a play / family room. The cloakroom benefits from a corner shower. The landing offers access to three generous double bedrooms and one smaller double which has been turned into a very cosy nursery room. All are served by the modern part tiled bathroom with separate glazed shower cubicle. The house has views over pasture land to both to the north and west yet it is only a short walk from the centre of the village. OUTSIDE The approach to the house is over a shared drive to the east of the house where a wrought iron gate leads into an enclosed and paved courtyard garden. There is off-road parking for two cars in front of the double car port and for a third vehicle in front of the garage. The garden lies principally to the west and north of the house and is largely laid to lawn with mature fruit trees and includes a paved patio area immediately to the west of the house. LOCATION Bozeat is a large village situated to the east of the A509 which runs between Wellingborough and the Georgian market town of Olney. The village has a parish church, a well regarded primary school, a village shop and a public house. State secondary schooling is at Wollaston a very short distance to the north. The Georgian market town of Olney has excellent local shopping while the indoor shopping centre at Milton Keynes and Rushden Lakes Retail Park provide more extensive shopping and leisure facilities. The main line station in Northampton has trains to London Euston and Wellingborough station provides a connection to London St Pancras, both in about 50 minutes. DIRECTIONS NN29 7JP From Northampton take the A45 dual carriageway to Wellingborough. At Wellingborough, turn right at the first roundabout staying on the A45. At the next junction, turn off onto the A509 signed to Olney and Milton Keynes. Continue past Wollaston to Bozeat, turning left off the A509 into the village on London Road. Turn left into the High Street and cross Church Lane continuing into Dychurch Lane. The entrance to the Farmhouse will be found on the right.
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