The Grange is a beautifully presented former rectory thought to date from the mid 17th century with later additions. The house is built of local limestone and ironstone and stands on the edge of the village of Cogenhoe in Northamptonshire. It has been extensively and sympathetically refurbished since its sale by the church two decades ago and now offers great family accommodation over three floors with cellars below. Period features include open fireplaces, wonderful bay and sash windows and a wonderful freestanding bath in the family bathroom.
Accommodation comprises in full: entrance hall, four reception rooms, farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room, secondary kitchen, larder and cellars in the basement; the first floor has the master bedroom suite and there are seven further bedrooms on the first
and second floors with three further bath/shower rooms.
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Outside there is garaging for two cars and the gardens are spread over 1.2 acres. A magnificent cedar tree dominates the south lawn and the front garden is completely walled – steps rise up to a gate leading into the churchyard. The main body of the garden lies to the south, at the far side of which stone steps lead down to a woodland garden which has enchanting views over open fields.
The village of Cogenhoe is just five miles from Northampton and is also well placed for the M1 and Wellingborough. The village itself is well-equipped with a pub, primary school, shops and a playing field. Trains run from Northampton to London Euston direct.
The guide price is £1,375,000. For further information please telephone Jackson Stops & Staff on 01604 632991 or visit www.jacksonstops.co.uk.