Cotton End, Long Buckby, Northampton

4 beds | 3 baths | Guide price £400,000


  • An opportunity to acquire a residential development with planning permission
  • Cash buyers only
  • Views to open countryside
  • Planning permission granted

CASH BUYERS ONLY. Development opportunity to complete works to create a superb four bedroom home. Situated in the sought after village location of Long Buckby and enjoying views to open countryside to the front & rear of the property. Full Planning Permission Granted.

About this property



The current developers have completed the works to create the first floor accommodation.



Accommodation In Brief: Hallway, Cloakroom, Lounge, Kitchen/Dining and Family Area, Utility, Guest Bedroom & En-suite To The Ground Floor, Master Bedroom With Balcony & En-suite, Two Further Double Bedrooms and Bathroom.



Outside there are two outbuildings to the side of the main house with a double garage to the rear. Vehicular access is of the track to the side of the house and gives access to the garage and driveway.



Village Information



The village is in Northamptonshire midway between Northampton and Rugby and only two miles from Watford Gap. It is a large parish of about 5,000 people which includes two smaller settlements of Murcott and Buckby Wharf. The Wharf is on the Grand Union Canal near the Leicester Arm junction. The village has a railway station with lines to London and Birmingham.



Facilities



Long Buckby has a good range of shops including two small supermarkets, a chemists, a newsagents which includes the post office, a butchers, and four hairdressers. There are two public houses in the main village plus one at the Wharf. There are also restaurants, these being 2 Indians, a Chinese and Franks Hamburgers plus several take-aways. The village has its own medical practice and two dentists plus various private complementary medicine practitioners. The modern village library is open on six days each week. The mobile Fishmonger delivers to the Market Square on a Tuesday afternoon.



There are various sporting clubs including cricket, rugby, soccer and hockey. There are also two licensed clubs, a gym and a large community centre. The village has three main churches: Baptist, Church of England and United Reformed.



Schools



Long Buckby has infant and junior schools on separate sites. Secondary pupils are transported six miles to Guilsborough and there are other secondary schools in Daventry.

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