Savills | Stoke Road, Blisworth, Northampton, NN7 3DB | Properties for sale
4,519 sq ft(419.83 sq m)
Guide price £1,225,000

Stoke RoadBlisworth, Northampton, NN7 3DB

  • Under offer

Key features

  • No onward chain
  • Well presented Grade II listed farmhouse
  • Spacious and well-proportioned reception rooms with period features
  • Plenty of space for family living and entertaining
  • Useful guest wing
  • Privacy offered from extensive gardens
  • Orchard and vegetable garden, spinney and small paddock
  • Extensive parking
  • Range of outbuildings

A delightful, well proportioned “Grafton” farmhouse with a rural outlook.

About this property

  • A delightful well presented Grade II listed “Grafton” farmhouse dating back to the early 19th century.

    The house is of coursed limestone construction under a hipped slate roof.

    Period features include open fireplaces, sash windows, arched openings, attractive principal staircase and lantern.

    Improved and extended by the current owner, the property offers extremely spacious and well-proportioned reception rooms, ideal for entertaining. In particular, the kitchen and breakfast room spills out into the central family room/library which leads through to a delightful triple aspect drawing room. From here you really can appreciate the best of the garden to the west. As a result this house would certainly be of appeal to families with plenty of space for formal and informal entertaining.

    Delightful principal suite with dual aspect and spacious bath/dressing room.

    Useful guest wing which could be adapted to provide income stream, working from home or granny annexe, subject to the relevant consents.

    Whilst the house offers the grandeur of a Grafton farmhouse facade, for the everyday coming and going of a family, there is a spacious utility room, inner hall, pantry and cloakroom, ideal for children, dogs, coats, boots, etc.

    The property is approached along a gravel driveway flanked by yew and beech hedging which leads to an extensive parking and turning area to the side of the house. From here a gravel pathway leads to the front door, as well as a paved pathway to the utility room to the rear.

    Range of useful outbuildings including double garage, potting shed, workshop/offices above with scope to improve and/or convert to additional accommodation, subject to the relevant consents.

    The gardens lie predominantly to the west and north and are laid to lawn with terrace, stone wall and yew hedging. Orchard. Vegetable garden flanked by yew hedging. Tree house.

    To the south there is a spinney and small paddock, ideal for a pony.

    There is a considerable amount of privacy offered by the extensive gardens and grounds as well as the glorious views to the west over rolling Northamptonshire countryside.

    This is spacious and well laid out family living, offered in excellent order and ideal for those looking for the London commute with the excellent train links offered from Milton Keynes.

    In all about 2.3 acres.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A really elegant house in a stunning setting with really generous accommodation. All fit for a family.

Nick RudgeProperty agent

Local information

  • Tunnel Hill House is located in a rural setting just outside Blisworth, set in countryside in rural Northamptonshire between Northampton and Towcester.
  • Amenities in the village include shop, post office, doctor's surgery, public houses, pre-school playgroup, nursery, primary school, Church of England parish church and Baptist chapel.
  • The market town of Towcester provides for everyday requirements with a range of boutique shops, banks, leisure centre, doctor's surgery and both Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets.
  • Milton Keynes and Northampton offer an extensive selection of shopping and leisure facilities.
  • Communication is excellent with M1 (J15) about 4 miles or (J15a) about 6.5 miles when heading north, and A43 dual carriageway (about 1.8 miles) linking to the M40 (J10). Mainline train services run from Milton Keynes to London/Euston in about 35 mins peak time.
  • Independent schools in the area include:- Winchester House Prep (Brackley), Bilton Grange Prep (Dunchurch), Northampton Independent Grammar School (Pitsford), Northampton High (girls), Thornton College (girls), Stowe, Rugby, Oundle, Oakham and Uppingham public schools.
  • Sporting and recreational facilities include horse racing at Towcester; motor racing at Silverstone; golf at Northampton Country Course (Chapel Brampton), Harlestone, Collingtree, and golf course, spa and hotel complex at the neighbouring village of Whittlebury; rugby at Northampton (The Saints); theatre at Milton Keynes and Northampton.
  • (Distances and times are approximate).

Additional information

  • Directions: From M40 (J10) take the A43 signposted to Silverstone and Northampton. Proceed past the turning to Brackley. After Towcester/A5 continue over the A5 at Towcester heading towards Northampton, Tiffield and Blisworth. After a short distance take the right turn signposted to Milton Malsor and Blisworth. Continue into Blisworth and along the High Street, then bear right onto Stoke Road. Proceed out of the village towards Stoke Bruerne, and Tunnel Hill House can be found on the left-hand side opposite the tower.
  • EPC Exempt