15 St. Botolphs Road, Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire, NN15 6SR
- Grade II listed 17th century detached manor house
- Four double bedrooms
- En suite shower room, family bathroom
- Four reception rooms
- Kitchen, breakfast room, utility room
- Garage/carport/gym with games room over
- Enclosed rear garden
- Village location
A Grade II listed 17th century four double bedroom detached manor house, improved by the current vendor, with a landscaped rear garden and a garage/carport/gym with a games room/bedroom over.
Manor House was once the residence of a former Mayor of London and The Wicksteed Family. The property has a Collyweston slate roof, and is approached via a driveway with electric gates. It is situated in a conservation area in Barton Seagrave with views of the church. The accommodation of 2,876 sq. ft. includes an original oak panelled entrance hall with flagstone flooring, Wychwood kitchen - which is open to a breakfast room. There is a sitting room, a dining room, a study, a family room, a utility room and a cloakroom. On the first floor, the master bedroom has an en suite shower room and there are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Adjacent to the garage and carport is a gym which includes a cloakroom fitted with a two piece suite. Above these three spaces is an approximately 30 ft. games room. This building has the potential to be converted to secondary accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents.
The sitting room is an original reception room and has a stone fireplace, exposed celling timbers and handmade oak wood window shutters. The dining room has a quarry tiled floor, an open fireplace, exposed celling timbers, a window seat and a door to a wine nook. The study has a cast iron fire surround and a window to the side. The family room has a door into the utility room.
Kitchen and Breakfast Room
The handmade bespoke fitted kitchen by Wychwood includes solid wood wall and base units and Iroko hard wood worktops incorporating a twin Belfast sink and an integrated dishwasher. There is a built-in pantry cupboard, space for a five ring double oven range style cooker, and space for a fridge/freezer. The kitchen is open to the breakfast room which has double doors leading to the garden, a bay window seat and an opening to the sitting room.
The front garden is laid to lawn and has shrub borders. The driveway leads to electric gates which open onto a courtyard with parking for three cars. The rear garden is landscaped with a lavender walk leading to a stone fountain, a pergola with a grapevine, and a seating area covered by an arbour. There are specimen trees and planted borders and the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn. There is a garden shed with double doors.
The village has preschool facilities and Barton Seagrave Primary School. Secondary schooling in the local area is available at Bishop Stopford School and Latimer Arts College in Kettering which is approximately 1 mile from the property. Private schooling is available at Spratton Hall, Wellingborough School and Kimbolton School with public schools nearby including Oundle, Uppingham, Oakham and Stamford.