High Street, Weedon, Northampton

£500,000


  • Four storey building
  • Deceptively spacious
  • Annexe
  • Versatile living accommodation
  • Ground floor shop unit
  • Character features
  • Private rear garden with a southerly aspect
  • Endless potential business opportunities
  • Backing onto the Grand Union Canal
  • Internal inspection is strongly recommended

*** Individual property offering numerous business opportunities or alternatively a substantial family home *** Superb village location overlooking the canal *** Nearly 3000 sq ft in size *** For further information or to arrange a viewing please call ***

A fine Victorian town house set over four floors and situated in the village of Weedon. The property boasts a wealth of accommodation and benefits from many character features including high ceilings and fireplaces. The ground floor comprises entrance hall, a shop with bay window, downstairs cloakroom and a garden room. On the first floor is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, bedroom and a family bathroom. To the second floor are two large bedrooms and a further family bathroom, and to the basement floor there are a three separate store rooms and a utilty. Furthermore there is a separate two story annexe to consist an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, two bedrooms (one with a feature balcony overlooking the canal), a study and a bathroom. Viewing advised to appreciate the size and character of this property.

LOCAL AREA INFORMATION

Weedon Bec, more commonly known just as Weedon, along with Lower Weedon and Upper Weedon, were once three distinct villages but have now merged to form one large village. Lying close to the source of the River Nene and situated at the crossroads of the A5 and A45 main roads, it is rich in history and amenities with the village church of St Peter and St Paul sitting at the south of the village overlooked by both the Grand Union Canal embankment and West Coast mainline viaduct. A former Napoleonic War era Military Ordnance Depot also sits next to the canal and remains in use today for storage and light industry. A number of pubs, cafes and shops (predominantly dealing in antiques and speciality items) are located near the crossroads and other village amenities include pre and primary schools, doctor's surgery, dentist, sports clubs and a regular bus service to both Daventry and Northampton. The latter also offers a mainline rail service to London Euston and Birmingham New Street which can also be accessed at Long Buckby.


ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall
Shop 20'4 x 17'5
Downstairs cloakroom
Garden Room 14'2 x 6'9
Outer Porch

FIRST FLOOR

Kitchen 16'11 x 15'
Lounge 25' x 14'
Bathroom 16'3 x 5'6
Bedroom 10'4 x 8'8
Storage 7'1 x 5'4

SECOND FLOOR

Second Floor Landing
Bedroom 13'11 x 10'1
Bedroom 11'2 x 7'4
Bathroom 13'2 x 7'7
Storage

BASEMENT

Storeroom 13'6 x 9'7
Storeroom 9'3 x 8'3
Storeroom 14'3 x 9'3

SELF CONTAINED ANNEX

GROUND FLOOR

Lounge/Kitchen/Diner 27'4 x 12'6


FIRST FLOOR

First Floor Landing
Bedroom 12'3 x 7'5
Bedroom 12'7 x 11'5
Study 6'6 x 6'3
Bathroom 11'3 x 5'1



Utility Room 9'2 x 5'10

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