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Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough
Swallow Brook, Clipston, Market Harborough

About the property

Key features

  • Immaculately presented throughout with uPVC double glazing
  • Two reception rooms
  • Breakfast kitchen
  • Dining room & Study
  • Master bedroom with ensuite
  • Three further bedrooms & Bathroom
  • Large driveway with detached double garage
  • Total plot of approx. 0.31 acres
  • Countryside views to the rear
  • EPC - E

Property description

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E

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Freehold

Positioned on a superb corner plot of approximately 0.31 acres, Swallow Brook is an immaculately presented four bedroom detached family home with stunning countryside views to the rear.

Accommodation
The property is entered via a composite front door into a reception room with a bay window to the front elevation, ceiling coving and laminate wood effect flooring. A cloakroom has a window to the side elevation, a low flush WC, wash hand basin with cupboard under and a tiled floor. An inner hallway has a beautiful solid oak and glass staircase rising to the first-floor landing and gives access to the kitchen, study and sitting room. The study has a window to the front elevation and an excellent range of solid wood office furniture, shelving and drawers. The sitting room has a lovely dual aspect with a bay window to the front elevation and sliding patio doors providing glorious views of, and access to, the rear garden and countryside beyond. The room has ceiling coving, an exposed brick wall incorporating a chimney breast with an open fire inset. Arched wooden double doors lead into the dining room which also has French doors to the rear garden, and it also has ceiling coving.

A contemporary breakfast kitchen has a door and window to the rear elevation and a window to the side elevation creating a wonderfully light room. It benefits from an excellent range of contemporary white gloss eye and base level units and soft closing drawers with worktops over. There is a one and a quarter stainless steel sink and drainer unit, plumbing for a dishwasher, Neff double oven, built in microwave, four ring induction hob, spotlights and tiled flooring. The utility room is accessed from the kitchen and has a window to the side elevation, floor standing oil fired boiler, plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, sink and drainer unit and a tiled floor.

Stairs rise to the first-floor landing which has loft access and airing cupboard. The master bedroom is to the rear of the property and has two windows affording views over the rear garden and rolling countryside views beyond. An archway leads through into a dressing area which is fitted with an excellent range of built in wardrobes and a window to the rear elevation. Off the dressing room is an ensuite shower room which has a shower cubicle, low flush WC, wash hand basin with cupboard under, heated chrome towel rail, spotlights and a tiled floor. Bedroom two, again, has a window to the rear and undulating views. It has an excellent range of built-in wardrobes and a dressing table. Bedroom three is situated to the front of the property and has a window and a good range of built in wardrobes. Bedroom four has a window to front, built in wardrobes, dressing table, shelves and a storage cupboard. Completing the accommodation is a family bathroom with a window to the front, panelled bath with a shower over, wash hand basin with a cupboard under, low flush WC, heated chrome towel rail, spotlights, fully tiled walls and a tiled floor.

Outside
To the front of the property is a large block paved driveway providing car standing for numerous vehicles and leads to a detached double garage with twin electric roller doors. The garage has power and lights and a door to the side. There is a public right of way/footpath which comes down the driveway, where alongside the garage is a fenced off alleyway which leads to the field behind the garden. It is fenced off to provide privacy whilst enjoying the rear garden.

To the rear is the principal feature of this family home, an immaculately maintained and superb, landscaped rear garden, mainly laid to lawn with several patio entertaining areas. There is a shed, water feature and pond, and beautifully stocked mature borders. The garden has fenced and hedged boundaries and backs on to open fields with rolling countryside views. There is a studio with power and lights, air conditioning and heating.

Location
Clipston is a thriving village close to the Leicestershire/Northamptonshire borders, which is well known for quality of countryside and historic links. The village offers a popular public house, well-regarded primary school and has easy access to Market Harborough which has a wide range of day-to-day amenities and the mainline railways station with links to St Pancras, London in under an hour.

Property Information
Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: West Northamptonshire Council (Daventry Area)
Listed Status: Not Listed
Conservation Area: The property is not within the boundary of the Clipston Conservation Area
Tree Preservation Orders: Trees on the neighbouring boundary are subject to TPO's
Tax Band: E
Services: The property is offered to the market with mains water and drainage and oil-fired central heating
Broadband: FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet)
Non-standard construction: Believed to be traditionally constructed
Wayleaves, Rights of Way & Covenants: The Title to the property contains a restrictive covenant which relates to the name of the property. It was originally called "Swallow Eaves" and was renamed "Swallow Brook". This name change must be observed for a period of 50 years from the date of the covenant.

There is also a public right of way which comes down the driveway, where alongside the garage is a fenced off alleyway which leads to the field behind the garden. It is fenced off to provide privacy whilst enjoying the rear garden.

Flooding issues in the last 5 years: None
Accessibility: Two storey dwelling. No accessibility modifications
Planning issues: None that our clients are aware of
Coastal erosion: None
Coal mining in the local area: None that our clients are aware of

Satnav Information
The property's postcode is LE16 9RZ, and house name Swallow Brook.

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13 Church Street
Market Harborough
Leicestershire
LE16 7AA
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