Churchfields, Staverton, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 6DF
£1,100,000Offers in excess of
- Stone under tile detached property
- Five bedrooms
- Six reception rooms
- Four bathrooms
- Remodelled and updated by current vendor
- Landscaped gardens
- Double garage with motorized doors
- No upper chain
A stone under tile five bedroom detached property with in excess of 6,000 sq. ft. of versatile accommodation.
The Lodge has an entrance hall, four reception rooms, kitchen/dining room, utility room, five bedrooms, three en suite bath/shower rooms, a master bedroom with dressing room, and a family bathroom. The enclosed grounds provide parking for many cars and access to a unique glass walled integral garage and substantial games room or office complex. There are landscaped gardens to the front and a walled courtyard to the rear of the property. The Lodge is offered for sale with no upper chain.
Design and Setting
The Lodge has been substantially remodelled into a modern open plan house with many contemporary features throughout. The bespoke kitchen is centred around a kidney shaped island and matching induction hob with built in Siemens appliances including an eye level double oven and a microwave. The work surfaces are quartz granite. There are many modern design radiators and a Gazco American fireplace. The family bathroom features an egg pod theme. One of the bedrooms also has steel lined walls and door for valuables and security. There are extensive porcelain tiled areas, oak floors, solid wood doors and efficient Pilkington-K double glazed windows throughout.
Double front doors lead into a tiled entrance hall from which a curved staircase with ornate balustrade rises to a galleried first floor landing. Double openings lead to the sitting room, family room and the open plan kitchen/dining room. Doors lead into the office/play room complex and rear study.
Principal Reception Rooms
The sitting room has a triple aspect with oak flooring and an inset gas fire with granite surround. There are French doors to both the front and rear courtyard areas and a door leading to the office. The family room overlooks the rear courtyard, and has oak flooring.
Other Reception Rooms
The play room has connecting doors to both the kitchen/dining room, and the utility room. The rear study has wood effect flooring and doors to the both the front and rear courtyard. The far wall has a range of built-in cupboards and a drop down staircase to a large, boarded loft storage area.
The kitchen/dining room is laid out to suit modern family living with contemporary mood lighting and radiators. The kitchen area has a range of base and wall units with granite quartz work surfaces over and a stainless steel under mounted sink. There is a matching bespoke island unit with a granite quartz work surface housing a kidney shaped Teka built-in induction hob with extractor canopy over. There is also a built-in double electric oven, microwave and integrated dishwasher. There is a further corner unit with space for an American style fridge freezer. The dining area has French doors to the front gardens. A door leads from the dining area to the side hallway with a rear staircase to the first floor with storage beneath and double doors into the games room/office complex.
Utility & Cloakroom
The utility room houses the oil fired boiler, and has two sinks, with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, and a door to the rear courtyard. The cloakroom has porcelain tiles to the floor and walls with a contemporary feel consisting of a corner WC, individual waterfall basin and chrome radiator. There is also a double cupboard for coats and shoes.
The games room area has a bay window to the front with two sets of double doors opening to the garden and a mezzanine office and galleried area above with a stainless steel and glass balustrade looking down into the games room. There is a bespoke glass partition wall with access door through into the integral garage that is also centrally heated and lit for use as an extension to the main games room. There are two sealed and insulated electric roller doors out into the front courtyard parking area.
Five double bedrooms with three en suites and a family bathroom lead off the first floor landing with extensive built-in storage cupboards and a drop-down staircase up to a large boarded and lit loft storage area.
The master bedroom overlooks the main garden and courtyard and has a walk-in dressing room with built-in wardrobes and shelves. There is a four piece en suite comprising a WC, wash basin, bath and corner shower cubicle.
Bedrooms two and three both have en suites comprising a WC, wash basin and shower. Bedroom four can also be used as a discrete secure room with steel lined walls and ceilings and a 12 point locking door. This room is ideal for housing valuables. Bedroom five has built-in wardrobes.
The family bathroom has a contemporary egg pod style four piece suite comprising a WC, wash basin, bath and double shower cubicle.
The mezzanine area is accessed via the door at the top of the second staircase. It has extensive storage and an open plan space for use as either an office area or snooker room.
The Lodge stands in walled grounds with a pillared entrance and electric gate. The front courtyard garden has been landscaped. The block paved driveway leads to motorized doors for access to the integral double garage and internal games room area. The driveway provides parking for many cars.
The garden area is laid to lawn with block paved pathways to the front door and side, with a central water feature and rockery. There is access to a garden store room which also leads into the rear study. The 800 year old tower of St Marys church stands in the background overlooking the garden and surrounding village properties.
Staverton is a village on the border of South West Northamptonshire and Warwickshire. The name Staverton means staved town. In the Domesday Book of 1086, Staverton is mentioned as Stavertone. Before the early part of the 18th century, the original village was located behind the church but a fire in 1720 caused damage destroying twenty two houses. The village has a manor house, situated at the end of Manor Road and parts are thought to originate from Anglo-Saxon times. The nearest towns are Daventry, Banbury and Leamington Spa. The village has views to the west across the River Leam valley and surrounding countryside.
Staverton has a public house, a garage and garden centre on the way out of the village. To the east of the village is Staverton Park golf club with indoor leisure complex and an 18-hole golf course and driving range. Hellidon-Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel lies 3 miles to the south.