Charles Orlebar presents – A delightful Grade II listed period house located in the popular village of Mears Ashby.
Built in the 17th century out of Northamptonshire stone, this stunning home exudes period charm. Exposed beams and walls internally giving a rustic feel to the ample living space on offer that includes four reception rooms. Whilst at the same time upgraded bathrooms and modern fittings allow for comfort and convenience. Said to have originally been two cottages connected to form the house, there is a turret style feature to the rear that houses a spiral staircase within. The accommodation on the upper floors comprises four double bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. In addition to the main house, there is a ground floor and mostly independent fifth bedroom, living area and shower room – perfect for teenagers or for use as an annexe.
The house is set in just under half an acre and externally the beautiful and private gardens overlook the neighbouring paddock and farmlands beyond. There is also ample parking space and a tandem garage for housing cars.
Mears Ashby is a popular and desirable village owing to it’s close proximity to neighbouring towns and its attractive surrounding countryside. Located between Northampton and Wellingborough in the county of Northamptonshire, it has a primary school, a public house, a church and Beckworth Emporium garden centre and Sywell Country Park are less than a mile away.
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