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13 acres, The Stables, Brockhall, Northampton, NN7, Northamptonshire
For Sale - Guide Price £318,000

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Built by Thomas Reeve Thornton circa 1799 of ironstone under a patterned tiled roof. The property is Listed Grade II and retains some beautiful character features including brick flooring, beams and original stable partition.

Located in the grounds of The Brockhall Estate, which is owned by the residents, the property is approached by a private gated driveway through the wonderful parkland and stands within similar properties around a cobbled courtyard overlooked by the Stables clock.

THE PROPERTY
The property retains an impressive part of the original wooden stabling which creates the entrance hall and sitting room and enjoys a high ceiling providing a feeling a space with exposed beams. The red brick floor throughout
the ground floor enhances the warmth and character of this property. The sitting room has a wood burning stove and opens into a dining area with views over the courtyard and parkland beyond. The kitchen breakfast room has a range of pine cabinets with integrated oven, hob, dishwasher and washing machine. Again the room has a high ceiling and exposed ceiling beams with views across the churchyard. The inner hall has a cloakroom and staircase to the first floor.

The first floor has a large landing which accommodates a study with exposed wooden floor and ceiling beams offering a quiet space should it be required. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling with beams and en suite
shower room.

The second bedroom, with views to the rectory gardens across the lane, is a double room with part vaulted ceiling, beams and has access to it's bathroom from the landing.

OUTSIDE
The property forms part of the stable block around a glorious period cobbled courtyard with a seating area to the front with stunning views over the rural parkland. As a resident you have the full use of the private parkland and designated parking.


LOCATION
Brockhall is approximate 1½ miles from the village of Flore with facilities including public house, post office/newsagent, day nursery and primary school, and a farm shop and cafe.

The hamlet itself is well placed for communication links with easy access to the M1, the A45 with train stations to London from Long Buckby and Northampton.

– Northampton (London Euston 46 minutes) 10 miles
- Long Buckby Station (London Euston 67 minutes) 4 miles
– M1 (Junction 16) 5 Miles
- Village Store & Pub/Restaurant 1½ miles
All times and distances approximate.

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