Deenethorpe, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 3EP | Property for sale | Savills
167.78 sq m
Guide price £675,000(€769,642)

DeenethorpeCorby, Northamptonshire, NN17 3EP


    Key features

    • Attractive edge of village detached property
    • Four bedrooms, with over 2200sq ft
    • Generous parking, double garage
    • 0.23 acres, with mature trees and shrubs and lovely views
    • Oundle (7 miles), Uppingham (10 miles) and Stamford (11 miles)

    An attractive edge of village house with generous parking, double garage and elegant accommodation with a great flow and connectivity to its gardens, which border woodland.

    About this property

    • This attractive detached stone house, which offers a grand first impression set back behind gate piers with a generous turning sweep, was constructed in the early 2000s, but has an older, characterful appearance.

      The striking exterior is complimented by an elegant, modern and contemporary interior with a great flow for family life and for entertaining, as well as connectivity between the principal ground floor rooms and the gardens.

      Accommodation
      The well-designed accommodation layout is arranged over two floors, extending to around 1800 sq ft, with a sense of space and natural light. The rooms are well proportioned and well-lit, with the large windows framing attractive views over the gardens to woodland, and the village to fields.

      A sheltered porch opens into a welcoming entrance hallway, which serves the triple-aspect sitting room, with two sets of French doors to the garden and Stamford stone fireplace, and is open to the dining room and family kitchen, which also have French doors to the garden.

      The kitchen is a fabulous and convivial room, fitted with a modern suite with ample storage and central island, with breakfast bar. The suite incorporates an induction hob, double oven, dishwasher and boiling tap, amongst other appliances. It is a great kitchen which opens to a versatile family area, ideal for informal dining, seating or, as used, children's play area, with the two set of doors to the garden. An adjoining utility and a WC, off the hall, completes the ground floor.

      The four first floor bedrooms are well proportioned. Bedroom one has a modern en suite shower room, whilst bedrooms two, three and four, which is currently furnished as an office, are served by a full-suite family bathroom, with a separate shower.

      Outside
      The house is approached over the generous gravel and block-paved driveway, on which there is parking for a large number of cars and access to a detached double garage. The principal gardens are westerly facing and lawned, with a stone terrace adjoining the house and paved pathways leading past mature shrubs and well stocked borders to further raised timber veranda, which are ideal for tracking the sun and entertaining, with a large timber summer house. The garden borders coppiced willow woodland, which offers a lovely backdrop.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This property has a feel of elegance and maturity, it is filled with light and entices you into it's mature garden with great views of the countryside beyond. Just seven miles from the lovely Georgian market town of Oundle.

    James AbbottProperty agent

    Local information

    • Deenethorpe is a small village situated off the A43 opposite the historic house Deene Park. The village lies between the larger centres of Bulwick and Weldon, the latter with plentiful services including shops, pubs and community activities.
    • The property is located between the market towns of Oundle (7 miles), Uppingham (10 miles) and Stamford (11 miles), each with their renowned schools, with Corby (5 miles) offering comprehensive amenities, an Olympic swimming pool, theatre and East Midlands Rail connections to London St Pancras in about an hour.
    • Well placed for leisure opportunities, there are numerous walking and cycling routes along public footpaths and the nearby Fineshade Woods (5 miles), with golf at Priors Hall (1.5 miles). Rutland Water Sailing Club is 12 miles, with the water's wider fishing, cycling and walking too.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains electricity, drainage and water. Oil-fired central heating (2019). Fibre-optic broadband.
    • Local Authority: North Northamptonshire Council.
    • Council Tax Band G
    • Fixtures & Fittings: Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as curtains, light fitting and garden ornaments are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
    • All journey times and distances are approximate.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G