Yarwell is a popular desirable village set in rolling East Northamptonshire countryside in the River Nene valley. The village is in the Special Landscape Area with a public house, village hall and Church. Further facilities including restaurants, public houses, shop/post office are available in the neighbouring villages of Nassington and Wansford which is also renowned for the Haycock Hotel. Communications are excellent with the A1 (north and south bound) and the A47 approximately 3 miles away. The A47 gives access to Peterborough approximately 8 miles where the main line to London Kings Cross is approximately 55 minutes.
Situated within this popular village, this Grade II Listed, stone built cottage with a blue slate roof is in need of modernisation and updating and offer spacious accommodation over two floors. Although, relatively plain from the road, the rear elevation is most attractive with bay windows overlooking a good sized garden. The current configuration comprises of reception hall with cloakroom off, kitchen dining room with bay window, woodburning stove within inglenook style fireplace, separate dining room with further bay window and fireplace, separate sitting room with inglenook fireplace and woodburning stove. There are two staircases giving access to the first floor where there are 3 good sized bedrooms all with high ceilings and a re-fitted wet room. The property is in need of considerable modernisation and updating although it does have oil fired central heating with a boiler positioned within a useful outbuilding/store to the side of the property. The garden is of a good size
The property is best entered via the rear doorway:-
With glass panel doorway with an attractive patterned glass panel above through to:-
With wide shallow step, principal staircase leading off to the first floor, central heating thermostat. Doors through to:-
Fitted with a two piece suite with WC, hand basin, radiator, window to the front.
To the left hand side of the entrance hall there is the:-
KITCHEN DINING ROOM
4.25m(13'11'') x 3.65m(12'0'')
Good sized room with a walk-in bay window to the rear, radiator, wood burning stove within a small inglenook style fireplace, two windows to the front, single drainer sink unit with basic cupboards under.
To the right hand side of the entrance hall is the:-
4.43m(14'6'') x 3.76m(12'4'')
Wide front door with glass panel giving access to Mill Road (currently not used), walk-in bay window to the rear, radiator, beam to ceiling, fireplace with tiled surround, mantel piece and hearth, sliding doors giving access through to:-
4.29m(14'1'') x 3.58m(11'9'')
Large inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove. Door giving access to the rear garden. Concealed secondary staircase giving access to the first floor, window to the front and rear.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
From the principal staircase - split level area with return steps leading up to the shower/wet room. Doors off through to:-
4.74m(15'7'') x 3.83m(12'7'')
Window to the rear, high ceilings.
Re-fitted with white suite, WC, wash hand basin and walk -in shower area, sealed floors, walk-in bay window to the rear, radiator
4.65m(15'3'') x 3.72m(12'2'')
Window to the rear, radiator, high ceilings. Door through to:-
4.61m(15'2'') x 4.74m(15'7'')
Windows to both front and rear, large chimney breast, secondary staircase back down to the sitting room.
Driveway to the side of the property providing ample parking for several vehicles and leading to a DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE building with twin timber doors. To the side of the property, there is an:-
4.92m(16'2'') x 2.42m(7'11'')
With angled ceiling, window to the side and free standing oil fired boiler
The rear garden is of good size and laid mainly to lawn with stone walling surround. There is an additional small brick and pantiled outbuilding to the side of the garage.
Strictly by appointment through Richardson.