for family to enjoy
ALMOST hidden from view on the corner of The Drive and The Headlands is this splendid detached family home sitting in approximately one third of an acre.
At the time of its construction in 1954, the house won an architectural award for its innovative construction and Art Deco features.
The spacious and bright interior offers versatile accommodation and benefits from gas radiator and underfloor heating on the ground floor, with convector heating to the first floor.
The generous reception hall, which has a Fatbelly wood-burning stove, leads to a cloakroom and WC and all reception rooms.
The sitting room has an open fire, set in a large, decorative marble fireplace and overlooks the delightful garden.
The dining room features hardwood flooring and has views of the garden.
The kitchen is the original that was fitted in 1954 and is in excellent working order and in good condition. it also features the original New World gas range cooker.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has an en-suite and there are three other bedrooms and a house bathroom. Both the en-suite and bathroom still retain the original Art Deco fittings, and, again, are in excellent condition.
Outside, there is a double garage, a range of outbuildings and storage areas, and the gardens surround the property on all sides.
There is a good degree of privacy in the garden, which has a patio area, a fish pond and maturing trees and shrubs to complement the lawned area.
The asking price is £385,000 freehold, and is being offered for sale by Your Move Hobin Roberts Premier Homes of Kettering.
Call 01536 411333.