5 Reception Rooms
7 Bath/Shower rooms
Mains electricity, private water and private drainage
Heating is by way of Ground Source Heat Pump
As settings go, it does not get much more impressive than this. Naseby Lodge is a spectacular, modern home which was built by the current owners who have embraced contemporary architecture and design to create an outstanding property, set within 34 acres with far reaching views over pasture and countryside beyond. Close attention was made to create a compelling mix of fresh, light and modern spaces, which has certainly been achieved. At over 9,000 sq ft, the accommodation throughout is generous and the numerous reception rooms allow a real flexibility as to how they could be used. Highlights include the show stopping entrance hall, the most amazing open plan kitchen/sitting/breakfast room and beautifully proportioned drawing room to name just three. Naseby Lodge is perfectly suited to those who enjoy entertaining inside and out, with the large windows forming a seamless link between the house and gardens.
The seven bedroom, seven bath/shower room arranged over the first floor makes for comfortable family living. Much like the ground floor, the quality of craftmanship and attention to detail is evident throughout. The main bedroom is particularly impressive, having breath-taking views across the garden and surrounding countryside.
The property is finished to a high specification, with underfloor heating from a ‘ground source’ heat pump, integrated Sonos system, programmable lighting, and interiors finished with a considerable flair.
The gardens and grounds are simply beautiful, mostly laid to lawn the garden is interspersed with a variety of trees and shrubs as well as well-established flower beds which are full of colour throughout the summer months. Approached via a 150 yard long tree lined driveway, there is a large gravelled area allowing for plenty of parking. The drive continues to the left, wrapping around the rear of the barns to a large hardstanding and yard. To the rear of the house is a covered swimming pool, before continuing to a superb party barn which has showering and changing facilities and is perfect for entertaining guests.
Mostly laid to pasture and interspersed with blocks of amenity woodland, the land surrounds the house predominantly to the South, East and North of Naseby Lodge. It is well fenced with a mixture of post and rail and post and wire fencing. In total, Naseby Lodge sits within approximately 34 acres.
A single storey conversion principally of red brick set under a red tile roof. Cottage East comprises, sitting room with log burner, kitchen, a private courtyard garden, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
An attractive conversion of the former cart shed, principally brick under tile. Comprising, well equipped kitchen/dining room, sitting room with inset log burner, downstairs shower room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a garage.
The Barns and Outbuildings
The main house has a large double garage with storage room, and a further single garage and storeroom is attached to but not accessible from Cottage West. Off the rear driveway is a large and well maintained four bay open fronted barn, in a separate barn adjoining are six Monarch boxes, a tack room, workshop with storage room over, tool shed, and well sized covered storage barn. There is a substantial solar array of 195 panels, which is adjacent to a well maintained manège.
Naseby is a picturesque village set in attractive undulating North Northamptonshire countryside. Rich in history, the village is best known as the field famous for the Battle of Naseby, 1645, which resulted in the defeat of the King and Oliver Cromwell’s accession to power.
The A14 link road is less than three miles distant, offering good motorway connections to the M1 and M6 to the West and the A1 to the East. Air travel is available at East Midlands Airport, Birmingham, Stansted and Luton, all of which are accessible via the excellent motorway connections within easy reach: the A14 link road offers good motorway access to the M1 and M6 to the West and the A1 to the East.
There are some excellent schools in the area, with many well-known preparatory schools including Maidwell Hall, Spratton Hall, Bilton Grange and Pitsford nearby. The well-known public schools of Rugby, Uppingham, Oakham and Oundle are within a reasonable drive, with senior schooling also available in Leicester, Northampton and Wellingborough, all of which are a short distance away.
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