Achurch, Peterborough, PE8
Third of four exclusive barn conversions in a picturesque village of Achurch near Oundle. The Stables is a four bedroom single storey barn conversion with accommodation extending to approximately 2,220 sqft (206 sqm) and set within 0.39 of an acre (0.16 ha). Highly energy efficient, finished to a very high standard house.
The property is still under construction. All internal photos are of a similar property in the same development.
Achurch is a picturesque rural village located on the east side of Nene Valley in open countryside and within a few miles of the historic thriving market towns of Oundle and Thrapston. The village has a church with other amenities being available in the neighbouring villages of Wadenhoe, Thorpe Waterville and Aldwincle.
The nearby historic market town of Oundle situated on the River Nene is famous for its Georgian streets, impressive limestone buildings and beautiful surrounding countryside. The town also provides an excellent range of independent shops, public houses, restaurants, cafes and a Waitrose supermarket. There are also a number of churches. A regular farmers’ market is held in the Market Place on the second Sunday of every month as well as a local market every Thursday.
The well regarded public Oundle School is one of a number of public schools locally. Others include Oakham, Uppingham, Stamford and Kimbolton. Other schools in the town are Prince William and Kings Cliffe Middle and Oundle Primary which is rated as excellent by Ofsted.
The neighbouring cities of Peterborough and Cambridge offer excellent shopping facilities as well as mainline train services to London.
The village of Achurch sits in open countryside between the A605 towards Peterborough to the east and the River Nene valley to the west. This location offers wide panoramic views stretching for miles around. There are a number of public footpaths starting in various places in the village which then develop into a wide network of footpaths and cycle lanes linking surrounding villages of Thorpe Waterville, Aldwincle, Wadenhoe, Lilford and Pilton. The extensive network of lakes linked to River Nene stretching between Thrapston and Aldwincle to the south provide further recreational opportunities. A number of marshes, meadows and lakes formed in the old gravel pits are classed as Sites of Special Scientific Interest due to their exceptional quality and diversity of wildlife.
The Stables is the third of four barn conversions on an exclusive development in picturesque village of Achurch. The property is arranged over one storey and has accommodation extending to approximately 2,220 sqft (206 sqm) and is set within a 0.39 of an acre (0.16ha) plot.
The property is connected to mains electricity and water. There is no gas connected to the property as the village is not connected to mains gas. Sewerage disposal is via a private bio-treatment unit.
The purchaser of the property will be responsible for 25% of the costs of maintenance of the shared access.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by private treaty with vacant possession on completion.
East Northamptonshire District Council – 01832 734839, www.east-northamptonshire.gov.uk
Relevant registration to be carried out by the purchasers.
Property is to be assessed after first occupancy.
Strictly by appointment only – 01536 532376.
- Small private development
- Open countryside views
- Large front garden and two walled gardens at the rear
- Energy efficient design and construction
- Log burner/ multi fuel stove in sitting room
- Exposed original beams
- Handmade internal doors
- Close proximity to Oundle school