Property Description

Four Bedroom Detached Property For Sale in Crick, Northamptonshire
A charming four-bedroom detached house situated in a peaceful cul-de-sac next to an open green space in the sought-after village of Crick, Northamptonshire. Boasting a range of key features that make it a fantastic property, this home offers not only ample space but also a host of desirable amenities in a beautiful, friendly village location.
As you enter, you’ll immediately appreciate the generosity of space throughout the property. We recommend watching the full internal and external property video available on this page.
The property is approximately 1,300 sq.ft with an additional 400 sq.ft of space with the double detached garage and workshop.
The property has recently been mostly re-plastered and re-decorated, giving it a fresh appearance. The UPVC double-glazed windows were also replaced in 2021.
One of the standout features of this property is the solar panels, which not only contribute to eco-friendly living but also generate an approximate annual income of £2,000 through the Feed-in Tariff. This extra income adds a significant benefit while reducing your carbon footprint – more information on this is available.
Downstairs feels very spacious with three reception rooms including a 16ft lounge and separate, spacious downstairs study. The dining room is conveniently connected to both the lounge and the kitchen and could easily be knocked through when the kitchen is replaced to create a fantastic open plan area. The utility room is accessed from the kitchen and provides extra space that could be opened up. The rear garden can be accessed by both the utility room and dining room. There is also a downstairs WC that provides plenty of storage under the stairs.
The four bedrooms in this house offer ample space for the entire family. Bedroom one benefits from an en-suite shower room, and all four bedrooms come with fitted wardrobes, offering plenty of storage.
Outside, you’ll find a south-facing, low maintenance garden. The workshop in the garden presents a fantastic opportunity for those seeking a potential office space or a dedicated area for hobbies.
The double detached garage is a fantastic space with plenty of space for storage in the eaves. The driveway also provides enough parking for four vehicles comfortably.
This property also comes with the advantage of no upper chain, ensuring a hassle-free buying experience. With its desirable location next to an open green space, it offers a peaceful atmosphere, while still being within easy reach of local amenities, schools, and transport links.
Crick is a sought-after village with a vibrant community spirit and this property is just a short walk from all local amenities.
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.
The measurements for this property are as follows:
5.14m x 3.57m (16′ 10″ x 11′ 9″)
3.29m x 2.62m (10′ 10″ x 8′ 7″)
3.11m x 2.47m (10′ 2″ x 8′ 1″)
3.18m x 3.05m (10′ 5″ x 10′ 0”)
2.05m x 1.44m (6′ 9″ x 4′ 9″)
5.21 x 4.85m (17′ 1″ x 15′ 11″)
4.35m x 2.78m (14′ 3″ x 9′ 1″)
4.46m x 3.41m (14′ 8″ x 11′ 2″)
2.15m x 1.25m (7′ 1″ x 4′ 1″)
4.20m x 2.49m (13′ 9″ x 8′ 2″)
3.12m”) x 2.73m (10′ 3 x 8′ 11″)
3.41m x 3.07m (11′ 2″ x 10′ 1”)
2.01m x 1.97m (6′ 7″ x 6′ 6″)
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Property Features

  • Four Bedroom Detached Property With Double Garage
  • Cul-De-Sac Location Next To Open Green Space
  • Solar Panels With Feed In Tariff (Approx. £2,000 Income Per Year)
  • Three Large Reception Rooms (Lounge, Dining Room and Study)
  • Mostly Re-Plastered and Re-Decorated Throughout
  • Replaced UPVC Double Glazed Windows (Replaced in 2021)
  • Workshop/Potential Office In The Garden
  • South Facing, Low Maintenance Garden
  • Ensuite to Bedroom One and Fitted Wardrobes In All Rooms
  • No Upper Chain

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