A striking property in the centre of a Conservation village, offering elegant accommodation, enclosed garden, generous parking and a large coach house barn for garaging and ancillary use.
A striking three storey Grade II listed Georgian house with earlier origins, Brigstock House retains the grace, proportions and features of the era. An abiding theme is the elegant feel and flow of the accommodation which features high ceilings and large windows, some with working shutters and window seats.
The two symmetrical reception rooms and kitchen line the house's frontage, with attractive village views. At one time a Quaker Meeting House, the dining room's inglenook, within which is a wood burning stove, has a painted inscription of the Ten Commandments. The large drawing room with open fire, adjoins a 2013 oak-framed and vaulted garden room. The kitchen has been recently renewed with a fabulous suite by Barker Fleming, with central breakfast bar island, integrated appliances and garden access.
There are four first floor double bedrooms (one en suite) and a family bathroom. Double doors open to the principal bedroom, with a connected bedroom/dressing room. Bedroom two is en suite. Double bedrooms five and six (en suite) are at second floor level.
The gated driveway (between 6 & 4 Hall Hill) accesses a generous gravelled turning sweep. A coach house barn offers extensive storage and garaging. The lawned garden is largely walled and private with seating terraces.
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I love this home's attractive setting with the war memorial and market cross opposite, along with the privacy of the gated parking and garden. The accommodation has elegance and impact and the bedrooms are generously proportioned. It is a home with a lovely feel, and the Coach House offers all sorts of potential. Convenient for Kettering and Corby's mainline rail services to London, Oundle, Kimbolton, Wellingborough and Uppingham Schools are all within an 18 mile radius.James Abbott