Church Street, Blakesley, Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 8RA | Property for sale | Savills
3,662 sq ft(340.21 sq m)
Guide price £2,000,000(€2,280,422)

Church StreetBlakesley, Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 8RA

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Attractive home with good proportions, high ceilings, lots of natural light
  • Well-appointed fixtures and fittings
  • Range of reception rooms particularly the garden room
  • Annexe offering versatile accommodation
  • Level garden and paddock

Well-appointed modern living in a Georgian gem offering versatile accommodation.

About this property

  • Constructed of ironstone below a pitch slate roof and located within a Conservation Area. There are a wealth of period features including open fireplaces, window seats, shuttered sash windows, cornicing and elegant staircase.

    Sympathetically renovated by the current owners, providing excellent modern living amongst its age and charm. Attention to detail includes installation of a modern heating system, partial underfloor heating, orangery, re-decoration, new flooring and re-carpeting.

    Well-proportioned principal reception rooms offer generous ceiling heights. The bespoke fitted kitchen has marble work surfaces, Everhot kitchen range and access out on to the entertaining area is to the rear.

    Bespoke orangery/garden room opening out to the garden to rear and ideal for entertaining.

    The house continues to impress with modern fixtures and fittings throughout the bedrooms and bath/shower rooms with white bathroom fittings and bespoke Perrin & Rowe and Lefroy Brooks taps. There are four spacious bedrooms with the principal bedroom having an en suite bath/shower room furnished with a roll top bath on ball and claw feet. Bedroom five is currently a dressing room. The family bathroom is a real delight furnished with a roll top bath on ball and claw feet.

    Automatic entrance gates open to the driveway which leads leads to the garage block and area of shingle covered parking area.

    The garage block comprises a double tandem garage with light and power connected. Above, and accessed by an external stairs, is a one bedroom annexe with bedroom, enjoying delightful views, and en suite shower room, ideal for guests, working from home or gym. Three phase electricity is connected allowing for an electric car charging point.

    The gardens lie to the rear of the property and are laid to lawn, predominately enclosed and lead on to a paddock which is interspersed with a variety of trees. The gardens are east facing with paved entertaining areas, all taking advantage of the easterly aspect and views.

    There is planning permission for an outdoor heated swimming pool and pool house. Ref. WNS/2021/1921/FUL. For further information please view this full planning application at

    There is access from the garden via a pedestrian gate straight in to the heart of the village.

    In all about 1.36 acres.

    This is the finished article - very much modern living amongst the refined Georgian architecture.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Georgian is my favourite architecture and this is a cracking village so I am bound to be biased!

Nick RudgeProperty agent

Local information

  • Blakesley is an attractive South Northamptonshire village with a variety of ironstone houses and cottages situated in rural countryside.
  • The village amenities include a general store/post office, public house, parish church, a well-respected primary school and attractive village hall.
  • The nearby market town of Towcester (5 miles) provides for more extensive requirements.
  • The area is well served for schools including the village primary school. Independent schools include preparatory at Winchester House (Brackley), Bilton Grange (Dunchurch), Beachborough, (Westbury) and Quinton House, (Northampton) and senior independent schools at Rugby, Stowe, Northampton High School and Bloxham.
  • The village lies between the M1 motorway (Junction 15a - Rothersthorpe approximately 7.3 miles) and M40 motorway (Junction 11 - Banbury approximately 14.9 miles).
  • Mainline train services to London from Milton Keynes (17.5 miles) (Euston - 18 miles from 30 minutes) and Banbury (14.9 miles) (Marylebone - peak time 62 minutes).
  • Sporting and leisure activities include, golf at Farthingstone, Whittlebury and Stowe; motor racing at Silverstone; theatre, David Lloyd tennis and leisure centre, and the Snowdome at Milton Keynes; theatre at Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon; cinema multiplex at Northampton.
  • All distances and times are approximate.

Additional information

  • Council Tax Band: G
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G