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PROPERTY OF THE WEEK: two bedroom cottage in Middleton

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By Evie Payne

31st Aug 2022 | Property of the Week


The property in in Main Street, Middleton (image courtesy of Moores Estate Agent)
The property in in Main Street, Middleton (image courtesy of Moores Estate Agent)

Looking to find a new family home, or just being nosey?

Then look no further than our Property of the Week feature.

Moores Estate Agents are showing this delightful Grade II listed cottage, retaining many original features, in sought after village location.

The property is on the market for £450,000.

The house?

The cottage has been finished to an exceptionally high standard by the current owners. More recent improvements blend modern living with an abundance of character/period features.

The kitchen has a social breakfast space and adjoining dining room (image courtesy of Moores Estate Agents)

The accommodation briefly comprises of a lounge with inglenook fireplace, dining room, kitchen/diner and bathroom.

The lounge is packed with character features (image courtesy of Moores Estate Agents)

Moving up to the first floor, prospective buyers will find two bedrooms and master en-suite all benefiting from double glazed windows.

This house has charm and character throughout (image courtesy of Moores Estate Agents)

The garden?

The walled garden, the walls especially, provide a stunning backdrop, offering space, privacy and security.

The garden has a generous summer house (image courtesy of Moores Estate Agents)

With a couple of separate patio areas you can happily follow the sun round throughout the day taking in the tropical atmosphere the garden gives, complemented by a large raised pond and contemporary water feature.

There is also a generous double garage (image courtesy of Moores Estate Agents)

The area?

Middleton is a pretty rural village lying approximately eight and a half miles east of Market Harborough. The village offers a parish church, a local public house and is well placed for access into Market Harborough, Uppingham, Corby and Kettering town centres.

For commuters mainline rail can be found (London St Pancras), at Market Harborough, Corby and Kettering, while major road networks including A14, A1, M1/M6, considered by the UK Logistics sector as The Golden Triangle, are all readily accessible. The historic village of Rockingham is situated at two and half miles distance. An abundance of local walks, from the village into the Welland valley, as well as East Carlton Country Park are on the doorstep of the village.

View the property here or contact the team on 01572757979.

Alternatively, view our property feature from the 24th of August here.

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