Property Description

Four Bedroom Detached Property For Sale in Crick, Northamptonshire.
Feel free to watch the internal property video available on this page which will give a full walk around of the inside of this property.
In summary, this delightful four-bedroom detached home in Crick offers a harmonious blend of space, style, and comfort. With approximately three years NHBC cover remaining, the property feels almost brand new, a testament to the sellers’ impeccable care. Situated in a private cul-de-sac with just three other properties, it enjoys a fantastic street scene.
Key features include; a large double garage (which is much larger than usual at 5.8m x 6.4m approx.) and driveway, a charming low maintenance rear garden, spacious hall and landing, large lounge, separate dining room, downstairs study, downstairs WC, kitchen/family room, utility room, main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-wardrobe.
Approximate Size:1,496 sq ft
There is a full internal property tour available on this page and more information about the location can be found towards the bottom of the full description below.
This four-bedroom detached home in Crick offers a harmonious blend of space, style, and comfort. At just seven years old, this property still has approximately three years NHBC cover remaining, and the sellers have done such a good job looking after it that you would think it was still brand new.
Feel free to watch the property tour available on this page so we can show you around this delightful home before booking a viewing.
The property sits in a cul-de-sac just off Cowley Meadow Way with just three other similar properties. It is in a very private location set back from the road. The street scene of this property is fantastic. A contemporary but charming looking property.
Outside, you will find ample off-road parking on the spacious driveway as well as a spacious double garage. There is a charming rear garden mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubbery and a patio area. The stone wall enclosing the garden really gives it a bit of character.
As you enter the property, you’ll be greeted by a warm and inviting entrance hall, setting the tone for what lies ahead. To your left, a cosy yet spacious lounge awaits, bathed in natural light from the front bay window and rear double French doors, creating a bright and airy ambiance. This room is also connected to the rear garden, offering easy access to your charming rear garden.
Adjacent to the Lounge, you’ll find a tastefully designed Dining Room, ideal for hosting gatherings and special occasions. Again, a bay window adds nicely to this delightful space.
Now, for those who work from home or enjoy having a dedicated space for creative endeavours, the Study is sure to impress. It boasts a lovely window to the side, again, offering natural light which can be very handy for a workspace.
Down the hall, you will find the heart of the home – the spectacular Kitchen/Family Room. This large and well-appointed area features an array of fitted units as well as a fan-assisted oven and hob. With two windows to the back and side as well as convenient patio doors, you’ll be able to enjoy garden views whilst using this handy space.
For added convenience, there’s a Utility Room with fitted cupboards, housing the gas central heating boiler and providing extra storage space – practical and functional.
Heading upstairs, you’ll find the first floor landing, complete with a linen cupboard and a rear window providing more light into the home. The real treat awaits as you step into the main bedroom. This spacious room features an En Suite as well as a separate Dressing Room provides ample space for your wardrobe and accessories.
Bedrooms two and three are doubles and bedroom four is a sizeable single. The Family Bathroom is beautifully designed, equipped with a low flush WC, wash hand basin, and a panelled bath with a shower over. The rear window allows for refreshing ventilation and natural light (not always common in these new properties!)
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a family home that exudes comfort, style, and functionality in the charming village of Crick.
The property is just a short walk into the centre of the village where you will find lots of local amenities. Crick is a sought-after village with a vibrant community spirit.
It offers the perfect village lifestyle with its many walks right on your doorstep, including Crack’s Hill, Millennium Wood and of course the beautiful Grand Union Canal.
You also have a local Co-op, Post Office and a choice of three pubs (The Wheatsheaf, Royal Oak, and The Red Lion – all within walking distance,) also there is the Ex-Servicemen’s Club (Crick Club) which is a great place to have a drink.
Pickle and Pie, the local deli does a fantastic range of breakfasts and lunches to eat in or take away – perfect if you’re working from home and want to nip somewhere for a coffee and a sandwich (their Scotch eggs are amazing too by the way!)
Crick also has many activity groups for the family including Cubs and Scouts, football, cricket, cycling and a local history group.
A lot of families move into Crick because it is a family friendly village and the surrounding schools are a huge attraction. Crick primary school is a short, safe walk away and there are many secondary schools within a few miles. Most children of secondary age in the village attend Guilsborough school; however, the two highly regarded, grammar schools, Lawrence Sheriff and Rugby High, are accessible through the eleven-plus examination, and there are further State-funded alternatives including Ashlawn in Hillmorton and the new secondary school at Houlton, to say nothing of the world famous, fee-paying Rugby School.
Crick is served by an excellent road network, being located within a couple of miles of Junction 18 on the M1 and only a few miles further from the M6 and the A14. Stations at Rugby and Long Buckby are both approximately seven miles away, they offer first-rate rail links to London and Birmingham, and there are plans for the eventual construction of a new station at Houlton, the new town that is being built three miles away between Rugby and Crick.
If you would like to come and have a look at this lovely home or if you have any questions, then feel free to give us a call at Campbells.
Maintenance Charges: Last annual bill was £518.17 (Information supplied by seller)
The measurements for this property are as follows:
4.91m (16’1″) x 4.15m (13’7″)
1.56m (5’1″) x 1.51m (4’11”)
5.94m (19’6″) x 3.55m (11’8″)
3.49m (11’5″) x 2.92m (9’7″)
2.92m (9’7″) x 2.01m (6’7″)
3.82m (12’6″) x 3.61m (11’10”)
2.00m (6’7″) x 1.50m (4’11”)
1.90m (6’3″) x 1.85m (6’1″)
3.84m (12’7″) x 2.92m (9’7″)
4.01m (13’2″) x 3.26m (10’8″)
2.92m (9’7″) x 2.07m (6’9″)
2.12m (6’11”) x 1.90m (6’3″
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Property Features

  • Spacious Four Bedroom Detached Property
  • Large Double Garage (Approx. 6.4m x 5.8m) and Large Driveway
  • Private Cul-De-Sac Location (Of Just Four Properties)
  • Seven Year Old Property / High Energy Rating (B)
  • En-suite and Dressing Area in Bedroom One
  • Large Kitchen/Family Room and Handy Utility Room
  • Three Separate Reception Rooms (Lounge, Dining Room and Study)
  • Immaculate Condition and Luxury Amtico Flooring Throughout
  • Charming Rear Garden
  • Highly Sought After Village of Crick

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