11 Church End, Potterspury, Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 7PX
- Grade II listed cottage
- Three bedrooms; one en suite
- Two reception rooms
- Open fireplaces
- Gas radiator heating
- Original features
- Private, enclosed and landscaped rear garden
- Garage and parking for several cars
A Grade II listed probably 17th century stone under tile three bedroom semi detached cottage with a garage, parking and an enclosed rear garden.
Grafton House retains many original features including oak flooring, window seats and exposed beams. There is approximately 1,365 sq. ft. of accommodation over three floors. The ground floor has a dual aspect sitting room with an inglenook fireplace and a bressummer beam over and a wood burning stove. The dining room has a window seat and a Georgian hob grate in a pine surround. The kitchen is fitted with John Lewis cream Shaker style units with granite work surfaces and a gas Aga. There is a utility room and cloakroom off the kitchen. There is a landscaped garden to the rear and double gates lead to the garage and a parking area for six cars.
There are two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and the master bedroom, with an en suite shower room, is on the second floor.
The landscaped rear garden is divided into several areas including a paved seating area with several planted beds, a vegetable garden, and a lawned area with a second paved seating area, an ornamental pond and tree and shrub borders. There is parking for six cars and a single garage.
The village has a shop with post office on the High Street near St. Nicholas Church, and a Village Hall. There are two public houses, The Talbot on the A5 and The Cock on the High Street, and the recently opened Potterspury House Restaurant and Spa. John Hellins Primary School takes children aged 411 and most leavers go on to Elizabeth Woodville School, formerly Kingsbrook School, in Deanshanger, as their secondary school.