Cross Farmhouse is a beautifully presented Grade II listed stone house set in landscaped gardens of approximately 0.23 acre with garage and a studio. This former farmhouse dates back to the mid 1600’s and retains many superb original and period features and is a wonderful family home with much charm. The house is set in an elevated position in the centre of the village with landscaped gardens and a gated driveway leads to the rear with access to the garage and off street parking.
On the ground floor is a welcoming hallway full of period features and access to the cellar.There are three beautiful reception rooms with period features including exposed beams and shutters to the windows, all three have open fireplaces with contemporary style wood burners, The main drawing room is a large delightful room with beams and bespoke alcove cupboards, the sitting room is a lovely bright room and has access to the garden whilst the dining room has an original stone flagged floor, superb beamed ceiling and an inglenook. The kitchen/breakfast room has a country feel with bespoke fitted kitchen supplied by ‘DeVole’ of Loughborough, a flag stone floor and 4 oven Aga in the inglenook.
On the first floor are five good size bedrooms all of which have period features, a family bathroom and a shower room. The master is a great size with masses of fitted wardrobes and an en-suite with roll top bath and shower.
Outside are two lawned garden areas both with terraces and feature lighting, the front is enclosed by high hedging and is landscaped, to the rear of the house is a paved courtyard with original water pump, garage with loft store and a studio now used as a home office.
Walgrave is situated approximately 8.5 miles from Northampton, close to the A43 and A14 so ideal for commuters, the mainline station in Kettering is approximately 6 miles away with direct trains to London St Pancras taking approximately 60 minutes. Walgrave has a public house, primary school, village hall and church