A new build detached two/three bedroom, two bathroom house with a driveway with parking for 5 cars and a south facing rear garden.
NEARING COMPLETION! – RE-LAUNCHED 14/10/2020
A bespoke new build detached two/three bedroom, two bathroom house with a driveway with parking for 5 cars and a south facing rear garden.
The Gables’ kitchen and utility room are being finished with porcelain tiles, oak work surfaces over gloss fronted units and full width bi-fold doors that bring the garden into the kitchen.
The sitting room is triple aspect also with full-width doors and a log burning stove over a real bamboo wood floor covering.
both the bathrooms are fitted with different styles of tiling and include a double width shower and a free standing slipper bath.
This one-off property will be completed in a few weeks ready for cosy nights in the winter and the in the south facing garden will be enjoyed from both of the reception spaces.
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Cogenhoe is a thriving Northamptonshire village overlooking the Nene Valley. It is well situated for schools and has its own primary school Cogenhoe Primary School which has an Ofsted rating of Good. Secondary schooling can be found at Wollaston Secondary School (Ofsted rating Good) and Northampton School for Boys (Ofsted rating Outstanding) both within 7 miles. Private schools include Spratton Hall, Wellingborough School, Quinton House and Northampton High School for Girls.
The village itself has several facilities such as a village pub, village shop, village hall and a 13th century church. It also has one of the first pocket parks to be created in the UK comprising beautiful woodland, a stream and a pond. The village is also home to Cogenhoe Football Club, Cogenhoe Cricket Club and Cogenhoe Bowls Club, and there are several community groups available to get involved with. Find out all the local village information on the Facebook pages Cogenhoe Village Chatter and Cogenhoe Residents Past and Present.
For the commuter, trains from Northampton take approximately 46 minutes to London Euston or alternatively from Wellingborough, which is 8 miles away, trains take approximately 50 minutes to London St Pancras. Junction 15 of the M1 is approximately 8 miles away and the A45 is approximately 12 miles to the east.
Further afield Northampton has several bars, restaurants, supermarkets, museums and theatres, and Sywell Country Park, Sywell Aviation Museum and Castle Ashby House are all within a short drive
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