The Cottage is a beautiful three bedroom country residence which is available to rent in Staverton now.
Dating back to 1750, this stone built property oozes character and charm and isn’t one to be missed – just take a look at the photographs.
As you’d expect, the cottage is in immaculate condition both inside and out. With recently replaced windows and carpets, each room has also been tastefully redecorated providing a warm and welcoming feel throughout.
The stone floored entrance hall leads through to a generously sized open plan lounge with original exposed beams and traditional log burning stove. Just off of the lounge there’s an additional room which would be ideal as a home office, a place to study or a craft/hobby room.
The formal dining room could also be used as another reception room or another office if you need to work from home. It has rather a unique original decorative cast stove in situ which is just one of the stunning original features of the property.
Leading onto the kitchen, which really feels like it could be the hub of this lovely home. Equipped with a host of country style units and drawers, you won’t be short of storage space. With wooden work tops, a Belfast sink and range cooker, there’s room for all of the usual white goods that you might like to bring with you.
The kitchen leads onto the Garden Room which is flooded with natural light from the lanterned roof – the previous occupants had a dining table which easily seated 10 so you’ll have no worries about space if you like to entertain. The French doors lead onto a substantially sized private rear garden which has plenty of sunshine all day long.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. All the of bedrooms have original exposed beams with the main bedroom showcasing the original ‘A Frame’ of the building. It’s just lovely.
Outside, there’s several areas to enjoy the rear garden. It’s predominantly laid to lawn with decorative blocked pathways leading to a large patio area which is perfect for al fresco dining. There’s a barbecue area and a handy little shed to keep all of your tools in.
The well stocked cottage style borders host a range of perennial flowers and mature shrubs which compliment the decorative ‘feature’ well.
Parking is to the front of the property in this quiet lane.
Staverton is mentioned all the way back in the Doomsday book of 1086 as ‘Stavertone’. It’s a highly desirable village location that sits just over two miles from Daventry where you will find plenty of local amenities – close enough to Daventry for convenience but far enough way for the peace and quiet!
Staverton itself benefits from countless country walks – take a look at northamptonshirewalks.co.uk and you will see there is quite a few in the area. Staverton has a great local community and there is also a church and the very popular ‘Countryman’ pub which is just a short walk away.
For the keen golfers, the De Vere Estate is just around the corner too which offers 150 acres of peaceful parkland and includes a leisure club, gym, swimming pool and of course, an 18 hole golf course.
If you’d like to take a look around this gorgeous cottage then just let us know and we’ll arrange to show you around.
- Three Bedroom Cottage
- Secluded Picturesque Village
- Original Features Throughout
- Immaculate Condition
- Lounge With Log Burning Stove
- Garden Room
- Sunny Garden
- Stunning Kitchen/Diner
- Family Bathroom With Separate Shower
- Sorry, No Pets
Having worked alongside Paul Campbell since 1994 (albeit with a short break), I work both on and within the many different areas of this exciting property business, mainly property management in Daventry and surrounding towns and villages.