Sorrel Close, Wootton, Northampton, NN4

Sorrel Close

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 4 Reception Rooms

5 bedroom detached house SSTC

  • Reference Number 3417006_18931771
  • Agent Merry's Wootton
  • Agent Number 01604767400

£750,000

About this property

Situated within the sought after Laurels development is this former shower home which offers the most spacious family living accommodation throughout. The accommodation offers, in brief, four reception rooms and five bedrooms with two en-suite shower rooms. Externally the property benefits from a triple garage and parking for several vehicles.

ENTRANCE HALL | CLOAKROOM/WC | STUDY | LOUNGE | SITTING ROOM | DINING ROOM | KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM | UTILITY ROOM | FIVE BEDROOMS | TWO EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOMS | FAMILY BATHROOM | TRIPLE GARAGE

Coming to the market for the first time since being built is this Executive, former David Wilson showhome situated within the sought after development of The Laurels. The property is privately positioned with a triple garage and parking for several vehicles. 

The ground floor offers an imposing entrance hall with a split galleried staircase, four reception rooms with the lounge offering an impressive Inglenook fireplace with log burner and a nicely appointed kitchen. On the first floor there is a most spacious galleried landing with French doors leading onto a balcony. The five double bedrooms all offer built in wardrobes, en-suite shower rooms to bedrooms 1 & 2 and a family bathroom which has a separate shower. 

Externally the property is approached via a private drive and leads to a spacious driveway which would accommodate several vehicles and a triple garage. To the rear is a landscaped garden benefitting from a westerly aspect.

An early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this family home.





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Address

Unit 4 Wootton Fields Centre Wootton Hope Drive Wootton Northampton NN4 6DY

Telephone

01604767400

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