A delightful two bedroom stone cottage with an abundance of charm just 3 miles from commuter links to London. If you are looking for a property oozing with character yet with modern day facilities this one might be perfect for you. Set in the conservation area of the village there is plenty of surrounding countryside to explore although this house does have its own private enclosed courtyard for relaxing on summer days.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
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Entered into the sitting room traditional features such as exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace create a cosy ambience and with some stone walling and a spiral staircase to the first floor it is clear to see how charmingly quirky this cottage is. There is even a large storage cupboard for tucking away coats and boots. The kitchen/dining room has been fitted with a range of units to complement the style of the house, complete with a quarry tiled floor. There is an integrated fridge and separate integrated freezer as well as a range style oven, and there is also space and plumbing for a washing machine. Despite having lovely exposed ceiling beams there are dual aspect windows giving this room plenty of natural light.
There are two bedrooms on the first floor, again both having original features such as exposed beams and window seats. The bathroom has been stylishly fitted with Travertine tiles and includes a ball and claw footed bath.
This cottage has good outside space to the rear in the form of a fully enclosed and private courtyard. There is outside lighting and plenty of room for a table and chairs to enjoy al fresco dining. Access via a gated path leads to the off road parking space.
Charming two bedroom stone cottage
Many original features such as an inglenook fireplace
Modern kitchen and contemporary style bathroom
Fully enclosed courtyard
Off road parking space
Just 3 miles from commuter links to London
This Northamptonshire village lies close to the Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire borders and has a wide range of amenities including shops, doctors surgeries, a post office and a library. The Wollaston School has recently earned Academy status and continues to be a popular choice.
There is also a pub and a restaurant, but for a wider choice of independent shops, bars and restaurants Olney is just 7 miles away. Wollaston has an interesting history, find out more at the Wollaston Museum which is situated in the village and is run by the Wollaston Heritage Society.
Wellingborough is just 3 miles away with rail links to London in less than an hour. The property is approximately 14 miles from junction 14 of the M1 motorway and Luton Airport is 37 miles away.
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