'Aspirational Homes' from Magenta Estate Agents showcase a beautifully-appointed, extended executive home that enjoys an enviable position on the periphery of 'Mallows Grange', set well back from the road along a private drive. Read more
'Aspirational Homes' from Magenta Estate Agents showcase a beautifully-appointed, extended executive home that enjoys an enviable position on the periphery of 'Mallows Grange', set well back from the road along a private drive.
Stanwick has always been a popular place to live and is the largest village in the East Northants district. It enjoys close proximity to the towns of Raunds, Rushden, Higham Ferrers and Irthlingborough, all of which are within 5 miles. Local amenities include a general store/post office/bistro, butcher shop, hairdresser, village hall, public house and the Courtyard Hotel, a popular wedding venue. The village enjoys excellent road links including access to the A45 linking to the A14 and the A6.
Stanwick Lakes affords extensive play areas to keep families entertained, and for nature lovers, walkers and cyclists, acres of wide open spaces and paths as well as a café and visitor centre. The multi-million pound development of Rushden Lakes—a new and exciting retail, leisure and tourism destination — saw its first stores open in July 2017, with more shops and restaurants opening soon.
Mainline train services operate from Kettering, Wellingborough and Corby to London St. Pancras International with a journey time of around one hour. Higham Ferrers 3 miles, Rushden 5 miles, Wellingborough 8.5 miles, Northampton 19 miles (distances approximate)
Acorn Day Nursery, Stanwick: tel. 01933 427275 Stanwick Primary Academy: tel. 01933 623117 Raunds Rainbow Nursery School: Ofsted Grade 2 (Good) Raunds Park Infant School: Ofsted Grade 2 (Good) Windmill Primary School (Academy): Ofsted Grade 2 (Good) Finalist in the ‘Primary School of the Year’ category at the Northants Telegraph Education Awards 2017 St. Peter’s Church of England Academy: Ofsted Grade 2 (Good) Raunds Manor School Sports College for children aged 11-19 years: Ofsted Grade 2 (Good) Wellingborough School: independent school serving children aged 3-18 Kimbolton School: independent school serving children aged 4-18
Ener the property to the front aspect via an oak door with glazed light inset. Bright and spacious, the hall affords a warm welcome and comprises polished porcelain floor tiles, staircase with oak spindles, newel posts and banister rail rising to the first-floor landing, built-in cloaks cupboard, further built-in storage cupboard, LED downlights, ceiling coving, radiator, all communicating oak doors to:
Fitted with a contemporary vanity basin unit with mixer tap over, wall-hung WC with concealed cistern and chrome flush plate, complementary wall tiling to water-sensitive areas, polished porcelain floor tiles, radiator, side-aspect uPVC obscure double-glazed window.
Fitted with a range of cream units with Corian work surfaces, further comprising an undermount stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, radiator, tiled floor, rear-aspect double-glazed door leading to the rear garden.
Open-plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Room
7.08m (max) x 6m (max) (23' 3" x 19'8")(plus window recess) A superlative open-plan room; sleek, sociable and functional, offering great versatility for all the family. The room's layout has been zoned to facilitate clearly defined kitchen, living and dining areas. The KITCHEN AREA is fitted with a range of oak-fronted wall and base units with quartz work surfaces over and matching upstands, further comprising an undermount 1.5 bowl sink and drainer unit with pull-down spray mixer tap over and separate boiling water tap, built-in AEG electric oven and combination microwave, built-in AEG induction hob with AEG chimney hood over, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer, built-in wine rack, feature contrasting island unit with polished oak worktop, useful understairs storage cupboard, two front-aspect uPVC double-glazed windows. As with the kitchen, the DINING and LIVING AREAS afford recessed LED downlights, polished porcelain floor tiles and ceiling coving, whilst further comprising a wood-burning stove, two radiators, TV point, rear-aspect uPVC double-glazed French doors and aluminium bi-fold doors which connect the indoors with the outdoors. An oak door leads to:
6.00m x 3.17m (19' 8" x 10' 5") Relaxing and inviting, the elegant lounge enjoys as its main focal point a feature Gazco gas fire with ambient log-effect fire and programmable thermostatic remote control - convenient and comforting warmth at your fingertips. The room further comprises ceiling coving, TV points, two radiators, dimmable downlights, front-aspect uPVC double-glazed window, and rear-aspect glazed bifold doors giving access to:
3.50m x 2.50m (11' 6" x 8' 2") Bathed in natural light, the garden room is of double-glazed construction on a brick-built base, further comprising windows to the side and rear aspects, French doors to the side aspect which offer access to the rear garden, and polished porcelain floor tiles with underfloor heating.
Stairs rise up from the ground floor to the first-floor landing with attractive oak balustrade, ceiling coving, built-in airing cupboard housing the Ideal 'Logic ' boiler, radiator, all communicating oak doors to:
4.00m x 3.58m (13' 1" x 11' 9") The master double bedroom enjoys a built-in wardrobe with mixed panel sliding doors, engineered oak flooring, ceiling coving, TV point, radiator, front-aspect uPVC double-glazed window looking out over a green open space, oak door to:
3.50m x 2.22m (11' 6" x 7' 3") With engineered oak flooring, radiator, feature opaque glass blocks to en suite, front- and side-aspect uPVC double-glazed windows, open-plan to:
Super-stylish and super-spacious, the stunning en suite incorporates a large, walk-in showering area; niche shelving affords convenient spaces for shampoo and shower gel. More fully, the en suite comprises a wall-hung gloss white vanity basin unit with mixer tap over, wall-hung WC with concealed cistern and chrome flush plate, low-level recessed LED lighting, shower area with concealed thermostatic shower valve and large fixed 'rain' shower head, complementary tiling to walls and floor, LED downlights, underfloor heating, towel rail, two Velux roof windows.
3.70m x 2.71m (12' 2" x 8' 11")(plus wardrobe recess) Benefiting from a built-in double wardrobe providing hanging and storage space, ceiling coving, radiator and front-aspect uPVC double-glazed window with a lovely view.
2.64m x 2.18m (8' 8" x 7' 2") plus recess of 1.17m x 1.14m (3' 10" x 3' 9") Affording a soft-grey colour palette, whilst further comprising a built-in cupboard providing hanging and storage space, oak-effect laminate flooring, ceiling coving, radiator and front-aspect uPVC double-glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook.
2.66m x 2.40m (8' 9" x 7' 10")(plus storage) Enjoying a feature wall with patterned wallpaper, built-in mirrored wardrobe, ceiling coving, radiator and two rear-aspect uPVC double-glazed windows overlooking the rear garden.
Luxuriate in the superb bathroom which has been fitted with a wall-hung oak-coloured vanity unit with glass vessel basin and chrome mixer tap, wall-hung WC with concealed cistern and chrome flush plate, side-fill bath, triple concealed thermostatic shower valve with built-in diverter, wall-mounted fixed 'rain' shower head and folding shower screen, complementary wall tiling and matching bath panel, recessed LED wall lights, bathroom mirror cabinet with light, extractor fan, heated towel rail, polished porcelain floor tiles, rear-aspect uPVC obscure double-glazed window.
From Wetenhall Road a private drive leads to the property. Access is courtesy of a timber gate which leads onto a large tarmac drive affording off-road parking for several vehicles and in turn leading to the garage. The main entrance to the home lies beneath a canopy porch. The front garden is fully enclosed by a combination of brick walling with metal railings, and timber fencing.
Well maintained by the present vendors, the rear garden is mainly laid to a manicured lawn with well-stocked flower and shrub borders. Should you wish to host a garden dinner party, why not open up the bifold doors from the kitchen/living room and allow guests to spill out onto the paved patio. A feature pond nestles into the far corner of the garden, whilst further benefits include exterior lighting and gated pedestrian access to the front of the property.
Beyond the garage is a further enclosed, and very useful, gravelled garden currently housing a greenhouse but which could be utilised for a variety of purposes.
The garage has been in part converted to incorporate a ground-floor home gym and first-floor home office. An external staircase leads up to the office, whilst the gym is accessed via French doors. The remainder comprises a single garage with up-and-over door.