Willowbrook House is a Grade II Listed village house dating back to 1766. Built of coursed local limestone under a Collyweston and Welsh slated roof, the property offers delightful accommodation with many original features, including open fireplaces, beamed ceilings and French doors overlooking the rear south facing garden and the beautiful open countryside beyond.
• Entrance Hall
• Drawing Room
• Sitting Room
• Breakfast Kitchen
• Dining Room
• Two Cellars
• Master Bedroom with Dressing Room/Study
• Three Further Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Shower Room
The accommodation, typical of this period, offers classically
propertied reception rooms, the principle rooms having large
windows, fireplaces and French doors providing access to the rear south facing gardens.
The generous kitchen breakfast room offers an inglenook
fireplace houses the Rayburn cooking range has plenty of
storage and access to the conservatory and the dining room.
The property has two cellars, one having a barrel vaulted
To the first floor there are four generous bedrooms, the
master having a large dressing room/study.
Grounds & Gardens
Outside the property there is a wonderful south facing
mature garden, which overlooks open countryside, offering a stable, a stone garden store, and a timber green house, there is plenty of useful outside storage. The garden is also full of many mature fruit trees.
To the side of the property is a double width driveway
leading to the double garage. A further hard standing area, with a large octagonal wooden greenhouse in place, can be accessed via the left hand side of the property and could be useful for boat storage etc.
The village of Kings Cliffe sits approximately 3 miles south of
the A47. The village is noted for some delightful stone houses and a fine Norman Church. Facilities include a doctors surgery, bakery, a post office/general store, green grocers, a public house. There is also a C of E primary school and a middle school that is twinned with Prince William of Oundle.
A number of footpaths and bridleways provide access to the gently rolling surrounding countryside. Oundle lies some 7 miles to the South and offers a range of traditional, family
run shops, businesses and restaurants set around the historic market place. Stamford is another historic market town, about 8 miles to the North-East and provides similar facilities to Oundle. Both towns have excellent schooling.
Peterborough, just 12 miles away, offers extensive shopping and leisure facilities as well as main line rail travel, with journey times to London King's Cross of approximately 48 minutes.
Post code for SatNav: PE8 6XN.
Fixtures & Fittings
Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the Vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor's right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not. All fixtures specifically mentioned in these particulars are
included in the sale and the fixtures normally designated as tenant's equipment are excluded.
Mains water, electricity and gas are understood to be connected. None of the services or appliances have been tested by the agent.
East Northamptonshire. 01832 742000.
Strictly by appointment through Humberts
(Stamford Office), Telephone: 01780 758 090.
The site and floor plans forming part of these sale particulars are for identification purposes only. All relevant details should be legally checked as appropriate.